In 2021 Flower Duet was fea­tured in a book called “Where We Bloom” pub­lished by the tal­ent­ed duo at Bloom Imprint. Since then, they’ve pub­lished a won­der­ful col­lec­tion of books fea­tur­ing flower farm­ers, flo­ral design­ers, home restor­ers and more! Here are the books from this pub­lish­er that we think will be great for all your friends who love flow­ers as much as we do. We are sure you can find one that match­es a spe­cial per­son in your life.

Black Flo­ra

Pro­files of Inspir­ing Black Flower Farm­ers + Florists by Tere­sa J. Speight

From the publisher:

There is a rich, beau­ti­ful, com­plex, and diverse nar­ra­tive being told by African Amer­i­cans and oth­er per­sons of col­or in the flo­ral mar­ket­place. It is long past time to rec­og­nize their excel­lence and con­tri­bu­tions to cut flower farm­ing and floristry. Gar­den writer, pod­cast­er, and blog­ger Tere­sa J. Speight of Cot­tage in the Court shares her inter­views and pro­files with lead­ing pio­neers and explores their lives root­ed in the flo­ral world.”

Small Farm, Big Dreams

Turn­ing a flower-grow­ing pas­sion into a suc­cess­ful flo­ral busi­ness by Jen­nifer and Adam O’Neal

​From the publisher:

In their debut book, Jen­nifer and Adam O’Neal intro­duce their flower farm­ing lifestyle and share no-non­sense advice on how to suc­cess­ful­ly pro­duce flow­ers whether they be in a raised bed or on a quar­ter-acre plot. Over the past decade, they have gath­ered know-how as well as use­ful rule-debunk­ing tips for any­one who dreams of pro­duc­ing flow­ers. This engag­ing cou­ple shares their exper­tise — from the heart — with a new gen­er­a­tion of aspir­ing grow­ers, gar­den­ers, and flower farmers.”

A Life in Flowers

Lessons and Affir­ma­tions from the Gar­den by Hol­ly Hei­der Chapple

​From the publisher:

Wed­ding and event florist and founder of the Chapel Design­ers flo­ral com­mu­ni­ty, Hol­ly is a cre­ative vision­ary and a high­ly rec­og­nized and sought after flo­ral design­er whose work has been pub­lished in count­less pres­ti­gious pub­li­ca­tions and top indus­try blogs. Learn about Hol­ly’s flo­ral jour­ney, the inspir­ing sto­ry of Hope Flower Farm, and the val­ues of hos­pi­tal­i­ty, cre­ativ­i­ty, and com­mu­ni­ty that embody her life in flowers.”

Where We Bloom

Inti­mate, Inven­tive, Artis­tic Flo­ral Spaces by Debra Prinzing

​From the publisher:

Step inside the places where flow­ers come to life. Slow Flow­ers Soci­ety founder Debra Prinz­ing’s new book show­cas­es the beau­ti­ful plant- and flower-filled set­tings of Slow Flow­ers design­ers, farmer-florists, and grow­ers. Each envi­ron­ment reflects the per­son­al­i­ty and aes­thet­ic style of its own­er, offer­ing great ideas to inspire the design, orga­ni­za­tion, and func­tion­al­i­ty of your cre­ative stu­dio. Vis­it their spaces and read about their flo­ral passions.”

Grow­ing Wonder

A Flower Farmer’s Guide to Ros­es by Feli­cia Alvarez

​From the publisher:

Do you dream of pos­sess­ing a mag­i­cal rose gar­den or a thriv­ing flower farm? Whether you long to fill your own acreage with ros­es or con­sid­er your­self more of a week­end gar­den­er, Menagerie Farm & Flow­er’s Feli­cia Alvarez can help make your love affair with ros­es a joy­ous and reward­ing expe­ri­ence. With her engag­ing and encour­ag­ing advice, Alvarez assures read­ers that they can grow beau­ti­ful ros­es suc­cess­ful­ly. What­ev­er your lev­el of pas­sion, with her twen­ty years of farm­ing expe­ri­ence Feli­cia will guide you with sound advice and detailed hor­ti­cul­tur­al knowledge.”

Fur­row and Flour

Fam­i­ly sto­ries, life lessons, and inspi­ra­tion from the gar­den and for the home by Beth Syphers and Sarah Kuen­zi with pho­tog­ra­phy by Emma May Dixon

​From the publisher:

Flower farmer Beth Syphers is root­ed in the gar­den and her sis­ter Sarah Kuen­zi is a bak­er and chef. In their blog Fur­row & Flour they, along with sev­er­al of their sib­lings, post about their com­mon pas­sion for blooms, bak­ing, and all things cozy and cre­ative. Now, in the pages of their beau­ti­ful­ly illus­trat­ed book, Fur­row & Flour, the women have col­lect­ed sto­ries about the small joys they dis­cov­er in a life that feels good on the inside, not just one that looks good on the outside.”

House + Flower

Reviv­ing for­got­ten homes and gar­dens by Cyn­thia Zamaria

​From the publisher:

In House + Flower, Cyn­thia Zamaria immers­es the read­er in her cre­ative process shar­ing how she infus­es gar­dens, flow­ers and oth­er ele­ments of nature into sen­si­tive home design. Through engag­ing pho­tog­ra­phy and a wel­com­ing nar­ra­tive, this book inspires us to cel­e­brate liv­ing envi­ron­ments as expres­sions of our per­son­al style while also embrac­ing a home’s unique soul. With a pas­sion for char­ac­ter-filled spaces, care­free flo­ral dis­plays, and an appre­ci­a­tion for vin­tage and arti­sanal objects, Cynthia’s approach is time­ly, yet time­less. Read­ers are invit­ed to see the poten­tial in their own homes through the reimag­ined inte­ri­ors and exte­ri­ors of the many Toron­to-area res­i­dences she and her hus­band, Gra­ham, have restored over the years.”


Align­ing Cre­ativ­i­ty with Sus­tain­abil­i­ty by Tobey Nel­son com­ing in 2023

From the publisher:

Writ­ten for flo­ral pro­fes­sion­als and flo­ral enthu­si­asts, this book ele­vates the “eco” con­ver­sa­tion by dis­rupt­ing estab­lished assump­tions about what is beau­ty and shar­ing earth-friend­ly alter­na­tives to oth­er­wise tried and true indus­try mechan­ics. Tobey invites read­ers to adopt her “bet­ter than” phi­los­o­phy, based on flo­ral design done with care and inten­tion, while offer­ing encour­ag­ing steps toward pre­serv­ing the splen­dor and health of the plan­et. Sus­tain­able Flo­ral Design fea­tures an exten­sive gallery of ideas and inspi­ra­tion for flo­ral pieces that range from small and wear­able to grand event installations.”