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- a visual life Fall 2012
flower Contributing Editor Susan S. Elliott reviews Charlotte Moss’s newest book, A Visual Life: Scrapbooks, Collages, and Inspirations
- Simple Pleasures Summer 2012
flower Contributing Editor Susan S. Elliott shares her stellar review of Cornelia Guest’s new book, Simple Pleasures: Healthy Seasonal Cooking and Easy Entertaining
- flower chats with style expert and designer Eddie Ross Summer 2012
Assistant Publisher Katherine Perry sits down with lifestylist Eddie Ross, who was featured on this issue’s Varieties page.
- Andrea Wulf sits down with flower Spring 2012
The international author talks flowers and gardens with contributing Editor Susan S. Elliott
- reigning flowers Spring 2012
Floral tiaras and trains make it easy to be queen sparkling in the sun.
- class to table Winter 2011
Designer Sybil Sylvester leads a workshop where the creations grace a black-tie dinner party later that night
- nashville’s 2011 swan ball Fall 2011
Nashville’s Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art benefit offered understated elegance reminiscent of days gone by.
- trade secrets garden tour Fall 2011
Bonus images from the Trade Secrets Rare Plant and Garden Antique Show and Trade Secrets Garden Tour
- a time to plant: an interview with james farmer Fall 2011
In honor of our Fall 2011 issue’s theme of “Flowering the House”, we sat down with author and “farm to table” expert James Farmer to discuss the joys of gardening and his newly released book, A Time to Plant: Southern-Style Garden Living.
- floral resorts Summer 2011
In the Summer 2011 issue, we feature four resorts with floral flair. Scroll through our galleries to explore a sample of their ravishing rooms.
- the four seasons Summer 2011
For a local event, contributing editor Troy Rhone and his talented team decked out garden statues in floral costumes befitting all the seasons of the year.
- lining with leaves Summer 2011
Learn how to line an open floral container with leaves in just a few easy steps.
- moda botanica Summer 2011
Thanks to the creative team at Philadephia’s Moda Botanica, our summer 2011 Flower Show had a nautical spin.
- budding talent Spring 2011
New York’s new generation of floral designers
- shopping with charlotte moss Spring 2011
Charlotte’s favorite floral sources in New York
- nicolette camille floral design Spring 2011
We love the romantic arrangements Nicolette Owen created for our spring 2011 Flower Show, so we asked her to tell us more about herself, her style, and her experience as a floral design teacher.
- container gardening of atlanta Fall 2010
Anne Bolling Gaines and Mary Delia Poynter’s love for flowers and plants was shaped by time spent gardening with their mother. After their mother’s passing, they started Container Gardening of Atlanta as a way to honor her memory and share their love and gift for gardening.
- permanent botanicals Fall 2010
Gorgeous faux flowers crop up in some of the prettiest places. Here are a few places that made us ready to gather up a bouquet or two.
- pensacola art in bloom Summer 2010
Last year, flowers played a major role in the merriment as the Pensacola rang in the arrival of spring with Art in Bloom, a fundraiser for the Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA)
- bonus book review! Fall 2009
As a much-published chronicler of home and garden design, and a Master Gardener to boot, Debra Prinzing dove into several informative selections on a variety of “green” themes. Enjoy this bonus book review and check out the rest in our Fall 2009 issue.
- nashville’s chic swan ball at cheekwood Summer 2009
Nashville’s premiere white-tie benefit for the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art.
- soulflower interview Summer 2009
Emily Dreblow, the owner and lead designer of Soulflower, a floral design studio in San Francisco gives a glimpse of her perspective on how to be stylish, creative, and still conscious of the environment.
- antiques and garden show of nashville: february 4, 2009 Winter 2009
This year’s theme exhibited the show’s focus on meeting the needs of society in an aesthetically pleasing way without compromising natural resources that are needed for future generations.
- greenville county museum of art’s antique show and gala Fall 2008
For the Gala, Greenville’s most talented floral designers accented the museum gallery with breathtaking arrangements creatively tucked within and around antique pieces.
- the 2008 chicago show of summer Winter 2008
The Show of Summer, a major Garden Club of America Flower Show, bursts forth with bloom and verve.