SLOW FLOWERS JOURNAL
LAUNCHING JUNE 2022
The Summer issue, "Botanical Couture," will be followed by quarterly issues in Fall, Winter, and Spring. The digital magazine delivers news, features, profiles, columns and essays — and beautiful photography — tailored to the Slow Flowers community across all facets of the floral marketplace. Our mission is to engage and inspire readers about domestic and locally grown flowers and sustainable design, presented through beautiful photography and well-written editorial pieces that focus on the floral lifestyle. Available to all Slow Flowers Members as part of their membership. Digital issues will be available for purchase at $4.99 each or at $12.99 for a yearly subscription in June.
BLOOM identifies, develops, and publishes projects that shine a light on the floral lifestyle, showcasing the stories of floral personalities, creatives, entrepreneurs, farmers, artisans, and makers.
Our books invite and engage readers to experience a new relationship with flowers, inspiring them to embrace local, seasonal, and sustainable practices. BLOOM publications reveal the authentic voice and vision of each author, pairing their written narratives with beautiful imagery and strong graphic design concepts. Located in the Pacific Northwest, our independent boutique publishing company works with creatives from the beginning of a great concept to the final printed publication, including book marketing and worldwide distribution opportunities.
OUR PARTNERS IN PUBLISHING
We provide custom publishing solutions for companies, florists, farmers, and artisans in the floral industry. As content developers,
we design specialty packages that align with your needs, goals, and initiatives. Our creative content services include development and production of books, magazines, e-books, and reports. We offer a menu of content and design services including writing, editing, graphic design, informational charts and graphics, image editing, and production for printed and digital collateral.
CONSUMER INSIGHTS + CULTURAL ANALYSIS
In addition to our yearly Slow Flowers Forecast we offer custom
project services, including reports and research on specific industry
topics. Each is developed to align with business goals and translated
into comprehensive strategic plan for the client.
Bloom Imprint and Slow Flowers leverage their experiences and
relationships to support a portfolio of industry-leading clients through
research, cultural analysis, market insights and advisory services about
the floral industry and the floral consumer.
Debra and Robin have provided industry research and analysis to leading home and lifestyle companies, including Johnny's Seeds, Longfield Gardens, Scripps Network, Home Depot, MASCO, Moen Corporation, allrecipes.com, Microsoft Home, and General Mills, as well as major shelter and trade media outlets.