Slow Flowers Journal: The Best of Slow Flowers Journal from the Pages of Florists’ Review (2017–2019)

We love the Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal and its founder and cre­ator Debra Prinz­ing, the doyenne of local­ly grown flow­ers. Last year, she pub­lished a book of her best Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal arti­cles that appear in Florists’ Review mag­a­zine each issue. If you are inter­est­ed in the cur­rent trends in flo­ral design, but missed out on the Florists’ Review series, this book is a per­fect addi­tion to your library.

Riz Reyes Design from Slow Flowers

What We Think

The pho­tog­ra­phy is superb.

The writ­ing is con­ge­nial and intimate.

The sub­jects are invit­ing and inspiring.

From the Publisher

A COMPILATION HIGHLIGHTING THEBEST OF” edi­to­r­i­al from the first two years of the “Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal” sec­tion in Florists’ Review plus addi­tion­al orig­i­nal con­tent about con­trib­u­tors and par­tic­i­pants in the Slow Flow­ers move­ment. About the Author: Debra Prinz­ing is a Seat­tle-based writer, speak­er and lead­ing advo­cate for Amer­i­can-grown flow­ers. Through her many Slow Flow­ers-brand­ed projects, she has con­vened a nation­al con­ver­sa­tion that encour­ages con­sumers and pro­fes­sion­als alike to make con­scious choic­es about their flo­ral pur­chas­es. Debra is the pro­duc­er of SlowFlowers.com, the week­ly “Slow Flow­ers Pod­cast” and the Amer­i­can Flow­ers Week (June 28-July 4) cam­paign. Debra is a Florists’ Review Con­tribut­ing Edi­tor for which she pro­duces the “Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal” sec­tion. She is author of 11 books, includ­ing Slow Flow­ers and The 50 Mile Bouquet.”

Slow Flowers Farm to Table from Prinzing's book

About Debra Prinzing, the Author

We’ve know Debra Prinz­ing per­son­al­ly since invit­ing her to our stu­dio dur­ing her book tour for Slow Flow­ers. Since then, we col­lab­o­rat­ed with her at the San Fran­cis­co Flower & Gar­den Show, Field to Vase Din­ner in Carls­bad, Cal­i­for­nia and at her 2nd Annu­al Slow Flow­ers Sum­mit in Wash­ing­ton, D.C..

If you want to learn more about the Slow Flow­ers Move­ment which encour­ages con­sumers to pur­chase flow­ers from local­ly grown resources, con­sid­er attend­ing the Slow Flow­ers Sum­mit at Filoli this sum­mer. Kit and Casey are plan­ning to attend and are look­ing for­ward to get­ting inspired by so many tal­ent­ed and won­der­ful florists and farm­ers in the industry.

Details

Book Title:  Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal: The Best of Slow Flow­ers Jour­nal from the Pages of Florists’ Review (2017–2019)
Author: Debra Prinzing
Pub­lished: June 2020
Where to Pur­chase: Online or from Wild­flower Media