Episode 594: Flowers for All with educator and author Susan McLeary
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2d ago
Today, we have a real treat — a visit with floral artist and longtime Slow Flowers member, Susan McLeary. Susan’s new book, Flowers for All, will be released on February 7th and she joined me earlier this week to record a conversation about the book and what inspired Sue to produce it. We discuss her […] The post Episode 594: Flowers for All with educator and author Susan McLeary appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 593: Tom Precht and Sarah Daken of Grateful Gardeners, on buying farmland and establishing a new aquaponics greenhouse operation
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1w ago
I’m excited to reintroduce Tom Precht and Sarah Daken, Maryland-based Slow Flowers members and owners of Grateful Gardeners back to the show today. I interviewed them for the Slow Flowers Podcast in the fall of 2019, before adding our video podcast (aka vodcast) feature. That’s when we discussed the early chapters of Grateful Gardeners, when […] The post Episode 593: Tom Precht and Sarah Daken of Grateful Gardeners, on buying farmland and establishing a new aquaponics greenhouse operation appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 592: Creating a sustainable, streamlined, and low-stress wedding floral business with Carolyn Kulb of Bloom Poet
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2w ago
It’s the first week of January and if you’re like me, you already have swept away the holiday decor and turned the calendar page to 2023. It’s time to shake off 2022 and dive into the new year with a fresh attitude and new commitment to shape our floral enterprises so they not only reflect […] The post Episode 592: Creating a sustainable, streamlined, and low-stress wedding floral business with Carolyn Kulb of Bloom Poet appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 591: Debra Prinzing Reflects on Slow Flowers Society’s 2022 Year in Review
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3w ago
With 2023 here, it’s fitting to say goodbye to 2022 as we review the year’s highlights. All I can say about 2022 is that after slogging through the pandemic in 2020 and its aftermath in 2021, this past year felt like a sprint, not a marathon. The year seemed to race by so quickly, week […] The post Episode 591: Debra Prinzing Reflects on Slow Flowers Society’s 2022 Year in Review appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 590: Foraged Design with artist and educator Françoise Weeks
Debra Prinzing
by admin, Debra Prinzing
1M ago
Photography, courtesy of Francoise Weeks (c) Theresa Bear Today, I’m delighted to welcome artist, educator, friend, and Slow Flowers member, Françoise Weeks back to the Slow Flowers Podcast. Françoise was born in Belgium, and she has infused her work with a quintessential European reverence for flowers and nature. Combined with creativity and mechanical ingenuity, she […] The post Episode 590: Foraged Design with artist and educator Françoise Weeks appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 589: Bellevue Botanical Garden’s Joseph Abken introduces the 2023 Slow Flowers Summit Host Venue
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by admin, Debra Prinzing
1M ago
Hello again and welcome back to the Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing, This is Episode 589 This is the weekly podcast about Slow Flowers and the people who grow and design with them. It’s all about making a conscious choice and I invite you to join the conversation and the creative community as we […] The post Episode 589: Bellevue Botanical Garden’s Joseph Abken introduces the 2023 Slow Flowers Summit Host Venue appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 588: Meet Lourdes Still of Masagana Flower Farm in Manitoba – Experience Guide, Flower Grower and Natural Dyer
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1M ago
A few weeks ago, we had a virtual visit to the big Island of Hawaii to meet farmer-florist Christian Ingalls of Daisy Dukes Flower Farm. Today, we’re journeying to the Canadian province of Manitoba, where it’s quite the opposite, weather-wise. But you’ll be warmed by my guest’s positive energy and inspiring story! You may remember […] The post Episode 588: Meet Lourdes Still of Masagana Flower Farm in Manitoba – Experience Guide, Flower Grower and Natural Dyer appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 587: Walking the Talk: Unpacking the Slow Flowers Manifesto and putting our six values into practice for your floral enterprise
Debra Prinzing
by admin, Debra Prinzing
1M ago
Today, I want to share a bonus episode with you — an updated lecture originally created for the FREESIA Summit, held in September 2022. FREESIA is an acronym for Florists Recognizing Environmental & Eco-Sustainable Ideas & Applications and the online conference was produced by Hitomi Gilliam and Colin Gilliam. The presentation is called “Walking the […] The post Episode 587: Walking the Talk: Unpacking the Slow Flowers Manifesto and putting our six values into practice for your floral enterprise appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 586: Flower farming on Hawaii’s Big Island with Christian Ingalls of Daisy Dukes Flower Farm
Debra Prinzing
by admin, Debra Prinzing
2M ago
It’s dreary and cold in many parts of North America, so I’ve invited farmer-florist Christian Ingalls of Daisy Dukes Flower Farm to warm us up and share her taste of the tropics with us today. But rather than tropical flowers, we’re in for a treat as Christian teaches us about growing temperate flowers on the […] The post Episode 586: Flower farming on Hawaii’s Big Island with Christian Ingalls of Daisy Dukes Flower Farm appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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Episode 585: Diane Szukovathy and Dennis Westphall of Jello Mold Farm on the 10-year publication anniversary of The 50 Mile Bouquet
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by admin, Debra Prinzing
2M ago
When it was published in 2012, The 50 Mile Bouquet was the first book to spotlight a major cultural shift and a transformation around how cut flowers are grown, designed and consumed, closely mirroring the culinary world’s locavore/slow food revolution. One decade ago, the floral industry was just beginning to ask for changes, seeking alternatives […] The post Episode 585: Diane Szukovathy and Dennis Westphall of Jello Mold Farm on the 10-year publication anniversary of The 50 Mile Bouquet appeared first on Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing ..read more
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