10 garage sale seats I rescued. I stole the tree stump from Detail Boy’s room, and he back desires it. Well, we decided it was more to my taste than hers and guess what? Can you have many mirrors too, I’m sure I’m over carrying it out. I must say I had no basic idea the way I was going to make those use Christmas decoration. One little Target pillow achieved it!
I appreciated this striped wrapping paper I had fashioned, done! It had been what those traditional candlesticks needed just. The poinsettia pillow was a Pottery Barn Knock Off a couple years ago. I’ve always loved flocked trees, and we’re so pleased with this one from Walmart! I ever talked about how much I really like our neutral background?
And an enormous BOUQUET OF Because of Slow Flowers Members Jennifer and Adam O’Neal of PepperHarrow Farm in Winterset, Iowa, for writing their flowers at my presentation. I liked having their existence and their support! Our Slow Flowers friends at Alaska Peony Marketing Group are staging the first annual Peony Design Contest with awards and the guarantee of reputation from Florists’ Review and the Slow Flowers Journal! Jonathan and Megan Leiss of Spring Forth Farm in Hurdle Mills, N.C. Jonathan & Megan for introducing the magazine’s co-founders Nancy Suttles and Abby Jackson to Slow Flowers! Evelyn Lee of Butternut Gardens in Southport, Conn.; and Mandy and Steve O’Shea of 3 Porch Farm in Comer, GA.
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The wonderfully illustrated story, “American Beauty: The Renaissance of Local, Sustainable, and Seasonal Flowers,” introduces each one of these three farms, the story of “Slow Flowers” and the initial philosophy of each farm. Southern Farm & Garden are a comparatively new publication that is eager for more tales from blossom farmers, so get in touch if you’re interested in partnering around on future articles.
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