"There’s something wildly romantic about reimagining weathered homes and gardens in need of love. The promise of renewal is seductive. Whether your space is old or new, done or undone, city or country, I invite you to embrace the beauty surrounding you."

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House + Flower

Reviving forgotten homes and gardens

by Cynthia Zamaria

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.


Small Farm, Big Dreams

Turning a flower-growing passion
into a successful floral business

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.

by Jennifer and Adam O'Neal

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"Our twenty-acre flower farm is cozied on the bluffs above Middle River Valley, surrounded by the covered bridges of Madison County, Iowa. This beautiful piece of land is home to our family of five, three dogs, seven cats who love to welcome guests, 10 acres of cut flower gardens, butterflies, birds, bees, and plenty of space devoted to the forest and fauna that made this place home long before it was a farm."

"Roses are my love language. I believe you can raise beautiful, field-grown flowers with an artful attention to detail. Enjoy growing the kind of flowers you remember from your grandmother’s garden, roses admired for fragrance, elegance, and character."

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Growing Wonder

A Flower Farmer's Guide to Roses

by Felicia Alvarez

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.



Black Flora

Profiles of Inspiring Black Flower Farmers + Florists

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.


by Teresa J. Speight

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"With ancestral sharecropping roots , connecting with the earth is authentic to me. My ancestors' hands have helped build and feed our family for generations. To not honor this earth would disrespect my heritage. I am passionate about sharing the stories of Black voices in the green world."


Where We Bloom

Intimate, Inventive, Artistic Floral Spaces

by Debra Prinzing

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.





Lessons and Affirmations from the Garden

by Holly Heider Chapple

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.




Slow Flowers Journal 

Best of Slow Flowers from the Pages of Florists' Review

This "best of" book draws from two years of the magazine's Slow Flowers Journal content, completely redesigned with fresh graphics, new photography selections and streamlined text, including 25 percent new content. The 128-page, full-color book features the following sections: Slow Flowers Heroes, Florist-Farmer, The Business of Flowers, Botanical Couture, Field to Tabletop, Slow Weddings, Resources, Grower's Spotlight and Made in USA Suppliers. Eighty Slow Flowers members from across the U.S. and Canada are featured in the book's pages illustrated by more than 150 photographs that tell a visually-compelling story of a lifestyle immersed in flowers.