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Articles in Green Weddings and Flower Shops

Your Story. Your Values. Your Flowers: The Nine Top Benefits of Joining Slow Flowers

by Debra Prinzing on

We love connecting with members across the U.S. and Canada who describe their association with the Slow Flowers Movement as an important one, especially when it comes to highlighting the What, How and especially the “WHY” of their own brand.... Read full article

SLOWFLOWERS.COM MARKS FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS LAUNCH WITH NEW 2.0 ONLINE AND MOBILE PLATFORMS

by Debra Prinzing on

Debra Prinzing's SLOWFLOWERS.COM, a free online directory to American flowers, famers, designers and retailers, reveals new look and functionality... Read full article

This Mother's Day, florists and farms say consider buying US-grown flowers

by Enjoli Francis and Eric Noll on

The options to buy U.S.-grown flowers are growing. Slow Flowers, run by Debra Prinzing, is a nationwide online directory for florists to find U.S.-grown flowers.... Read full article

Why American-Grown Flowers Are the Latest Valentine's Day Trend

by Robert Klara, Senior Editor ADWEEK on

Still, there's a growing body of evidence that Americans are troubled by the idea of importing a commodity that could easily be grown here, and a growing number of consumers have made it trendy to buy local flowers.... Read full article

THE FARMER AND THE FLORIST INTERVIEW

by Erin Benzakein, floret blog on

Debra is the face and the force behind the “Slow Flower” movement, which focuses on promoting U.S.-grown flowers to conscientious consumers. She launched SlowFlowers.com, a searchable directory of businesses offering domestically-grown blooms.... Read full article

Slow Flowers Launches with 250-Plus American-Grown Floral Champions

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Debra Prinzing's SLOWFLOWERS.COM goes "LIVE," offering consumers a free online directory to American flowers, farmers, designers and retailers... Read full article

Slow Flowers: Why Care About American Grown Flowers?

by Dee Nash on

Culinary pioneers popularized slow food. Slow flowers means knowing where your bouquet comes from, how it was grown and who grew it. You can make a bouquet from seasonal flowers, branches and leaves which is as beautiful as one with imported flowers.... Read full article

SlowFlowers to offer free online directory of sustainable blooms

by Lisa Boone on

Flower lovers who prefer to buy locally grown blooms soon will have a free nationwide online directory to help them buy from florists, supermarkets, wedding planners and farmers who design with and sell U.S.-grown flowers. ... Read full article

Your Options are Blooming

by Lisa Boone on

Online florists offer locally grown flowers, drought-friendly bouquets and more.... Read full article

The Farm-to-Centerpiece Movement

by Stacey Solie on

Where small flower farms once seemed to be a vanishing species, new ones have been popping up across the nation. Farmers and growers are encouraging brides to eschew flowers that are out of season and have to be flown in from overseas.... Read full article

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