Listings in Floral Workshops & Classes
In the name of keeping things Fresh, and supporting our local farmers, Windmill Floral Studio designers offer seasonal cut flowers sourced from North American growers. The result is high quality product and designs you love!
16009 60th Street East
Sumner, Washington 98390
Using 100% Ontario-Grown flowers, we design and deliver seasonal arrangements throughout Toronto and the GTA.
135 Tecumseh St
Toronto, Ontario M6J2H2
Founded in 2004, Two Little buds is a boutique floral design studio that specializes in wedding florals, event design, and editorial work. Our designs reflect our love of farm-fresh local product and show the best that each season has to offer.
3431 princeton road
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Greenleaf Wholesale Florist, Inc. is a sister company to our Kitayama Brothers Farm in Watsonville, CA. With 9 locations in 5 states and a flower farm that distributes entire crops to our florists, there is no other wholesaler that does what we do!
2112 Leeland St
We are a Mother-Daughter duo and have been raising locally grown, sustainable flowers for 5 years. We pride ourselves by being both farmers and florists and only work with the best of what is in season. We proudly support locally grown flowers!
33526 W SR 14
Paterson, Washington 99345
We are a floral and event design studio based in Northern VA. In addition to florals we provide, event styling, theme development, lighting, and drapes. We are also an agricultural business and a teaching facility.
Tobey Nelson Events + Design specializes in bringing the magic of lovingly designed flowers to weddings and events on Whidbey Island and in Seattle. We listen carefully to our clients to help create the event of their dreams!
5742 Bob Galbreath Rd.
Clinton, Washington 98236
We are a custom boutique floral design studio achieving the aesthetic and design -- from first look to the last dance. Limiting the number of events each year ensures no overlooked detail, as each event is custom designed by Dana O’Sullivan
Called the "Mother of the Slow Flowers Movement," Debra Prinzing is the leading advocate for American Grown flowers and the people who grow and design with them. She hosts the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast with Debra Prinzing," free on Itunes.
P.O. Box 81152
Seattle, Washington 98102