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Fresh-from-the-field, these flowers inspired me to make a summer bouquet a few years ago. I hope you enjoy this textural design in shades of apricot, cream, lemon, lavender and bluish purple and get ready to grow your own alliums and companions like eremurus and dahlias in the cutting garden.

Play in new window. The past twelve months have built on the successes and shifts that began in previous years. Each time we turn the pages of the calendar to a New Year, we can applaud the strides made in the Slow Flowers movement.

She was growing sweet peas and had big ambitions. Something about our conversation resonated with me. I was an established features writer with a huge home and garden portfolio.

I began connecting with flower farmers wherever I could, both in California where I was living at the time, and in Oregon and Washington.

I met people virtually, as well, thanks to the ASCFG list-serves where I learned much about the issues facing small farms and American growers.

Springtime almost in a vase with flowers from my Seattle garden and pussy willow branches from a local farm.

What a lovely way to celebrate a personal new year. I apologize to friends and family members who were calling and texting.

I really tried to unplug and contemplate the many gifts in my life. Ingredients, clockwise from left: Pussy willow, sweet pea tendrils, various daffodils, spurge Euphorbia characias and Pieris japonica.

This design incorporates green, white and yellow ingredients. Of course, I planned for more than I could use, so today was the ideal opportunity to pair the pussy willow with cuttings from my own garden.

Here, you can appreciate the creamy white pieris flowers and the downy pussy willow against the milky glazed pottery. Many people worry about using this perennial as a cut flower — Euphorbia characias is, after all, a relative of poinsettia, exuding milky white sap when snipped.

Daffodils beneath the flowering cherry trees — on the parking strip in front of our home. Plucked from the parking strip in front of our home, they were originally planted by a benevolent prior owner.

They add just the right playfulness and carefree spirit to the arrangement. A detail from a spring arrangement featured in Slow Flowers, with donkey tail spurge Euphorbia myrsinites.

Most plants in the spurge family produce a milky-white substance when cut. A few days of unseasonably warm degree temperatures combined with plenty of rainfall has jolted awake many of the bulbs in my garden and in my Seattle neighborhood.

Gorgeous and so evocative, right? Then I added some of the California-grown flowers brought in by my favorite go-to flower outlet, the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market.

In the Pacific Northwest, as in so many of the areas where members of the Slow Flowers Tribe live, winter is our quiet season.

Our gardens are relatively or seriously! I have to ration what is in bloom in order to have weekly diversity for my own Challenge designs.

She endeavors to work with farms that use sustainable or Veriflora practices. Oh, and are you wondering about this beautiful aqua-glazed vase that holds my bouquet?

It is — of course — American made! Called the Madagascar vase, it comes from Bauer Pottery California , and you can read more about how Janek Boniecki saved the vintage molds for this early and iconic California ceramics factory here.

It was our holiday centerpiece story featuring nature-inspired cuttings from various regions around the country. I used all those yummy proteas, banksias, eucalyptus, leucodendron and leucospermum.

The turquoise glaze of a made-in-California Bauer Pottery vase enhances a blue-green and yellow bouquet. The floral ingredients, all native to Australia and South African but grown in California, are thoroughly adapted to Southwest gardens and bloom from October through May.

From Grace Hensley of eTilth, local tulips, euonymous and acanthus foliage plus some bupleurum. The flowers and vase combination illustrate an analogous color palette.

This arrangement, from later in the spring April , features:. This week launches the Slow Flowers Challenge , and I invite you to join in the fun and creativity.

This inclusive project was inspired by Katherine Tracy , a talented plantswoman, designer and owner of Avant Gardens Nursery in Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

She started using the hashtag slowflowerschallenge , which in turn prompted other people to create seasonal bouquets, photograph them and share their designs on Facebook, Instagram and personal blogs.

These personal expressions resonated with me — they brought me back to the year I spent making one bouquet per week from the flowers that grow around me.

Live in the season. Use earth-friendly materials and supplies. The Slow Flowers Challenge is an ongoing practice of creating seasonal arrangements and sharing your designs with the Slow Flowers Tribe.

The practice is timeless. The gesture is universal. Inspired by the exquisite beauty of a garden or by the sentiment of a special occasion, we gather flowers and foliage and place them in a vessel to display in our homes or give to another.

Floral design is a three-dimensional art form that blends horticulture and nature with sculptural composition. This is the Challenge. It will run from January through December 31, You can join at any time during the year.

The Challenge format allows you to participate at whatever frequency works for your schedule. We like to suggest these options: When I created the Slow Flowers book, I designed one bouquet per week for 52 weeks.

The main thing is that you decide what works for you and get started. I was gifted a flat of paperwhites in bloom this week — one lonely bulb per pot — crying out for some equally lovely companions in a holiday arrangement.

So yesterday, I clipped from here and there in the garden and created this trio of vases to adorn our Christmas dining table tonight. The paper whites started it all — and I sought pretty plants with winter interest to accompany them.

As I prowled through my mostly dormant landscape, each one of these plants reminded me how much I have to value in the winter garden. If you plant for four seasons, with intentionality, those woody ornamental shrubs really deliver!

I found myself thinking: But those chains of blooms, deep pink and delicate, are simply sublime dangling out of the vases. Close up, the tangle of stems reflects a perfect moment in time — in my garden and in the season.

I still want to enjoy Daphne outdoors, as well as indoors! Even the Dusty Miller, marginally winter hardy here in Seattle, had hung on long enough to give me a silvery cluster of soft leaves for each vase.

I am completely oblivious to key words, SEO, tags, metadata, etc. And finally, I write for my own pleasure rather than to merely sell or persuade.

So today, I am thrilled that the stars have aligned to accomplish two things at once — to share something that inspires me and, I hope, you, too!

I was touched that Fran invited me to be part of the Cyber Book Party , all the more because I am smitten with this book.

Yes, you read that correctly: A diminutive bouquet, gathered from my former Southern California garden and arranged in a tiny toothpick cup.

Pick out as many different flowers as your budget allows. Just let your eye go to what it likes and add them to your bunch.

Ideally, you want at last three different varieties of flowers in a range of colors as well as some greenery and other fillers like berries or branches.

When you get home, remove any excess leaves and trim the bottom of the stalks on the diagonal. Place the flowers in a sink filled with cool water with the bottom of the stems submerged.

Go through your cabinets and take out any kind of vases or containers you have that could hold flowers. Think outside the vase — you can use teakettles, jars, glasses, cachepots, or pitchers.

Now comes the fun part. Put on some music you love, turn off your phone, and just let yourself play with different variations of arrangements.

Experiment with a variety of combinations and see what you like and dislike. Notice how colors, shapes, and textures of leaves and flower petals work together.

There are no rules here — no boundaries, no goals you need to strive toward. In fact, striving for any kind of perfection negates the whole point.

This is about letting yourself go and playing, trusting your eye, and noticing all the interesting things you come up with. You may find that the critical voices in your head are quick to sabotage —.

This is all the product of the ego, rising up to make sure your spirit stays buried — right where the ego likes it, thank you very much.

Notice how much you question and censor yourself. You only need to do it for the sake of the childlike soul within. This exercise has so many benefits.

Change the water and trim the bottom of the stems every day to continue your interaction with them and keep them fresh. Living with these flower combinations will give you a taste of their beauty in the micro so you can begin to cultivate your aesthetic appreciation for them in the bigger picture later on.

My experience with flowers has been so similar to the one Fran suggests to her readers. Yes, my lifelong love of lilacs dates back to a favorite childhood practice of playing at the base of an overgrown Syringa vulgaris shrub — and inhaling the fragrance.

In the introduction to my book Slow Flowers.

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This is about letting yourself go and playing, trusting your eye, and noticing all the interesting things you come up with. You may find that the critical voices in your head are quick to sabotage —.

This is all the product of the ego, rising up to make sure your spirit stays buried — right where the ego likes it, thank you very much. Notice how much you question and censor yourself.

You only need to do it for the sake of the childlike soul within. This exercise has so many benefits.

Change the water and trim the bottom of the stems every day to continue your interaction with them and keep them fresh.

Living with these flower combinations will give you a taste of their beauty in the micro so you can begin to cultivate your aesthetic appreciation for them in the bigger picture later on.

My experience with flowers has been so similar to the one Fran suggests to her readers. Yes, my lifelong love of lilacs dates back to a favorite childhood practice of playing at the base of an overgrown Syringa vulgaris shrub — and inhaling the fragrance.

In the introduction to my book Slow Flowers. I wrote about my year-long, weekly ritual of clipping and gathering stems, arranging them in just-the-right vase, and photographing the finished bouquet:.

Slow Flowers reflects life lived in the slower lane. There are too many exciting opportunities or bright, shiny objects that command my interest.

I can only compare it to the practice of praying or meditating. I used all my senses. Unplugged, away from electronic distractions, I studied the form, line, texture, subtle color and utter uniqueness of each stem.

What a gift to slow down and experience the moment. I experienced something similar. Slow Flowers forced me to work at a decidedly different pace as I embraced creativity, fearlessly.

I learned about my own preferences, design style and ability to look at the world of floral ingredients in an unconventional way.

I learned that I really am a floral designer. Gardeners are especially qualified in the art of floral design. After all, we have an intimate relationship with our plants, their bloom cycle, their natural form and character — and their seasonality.

We also know what colors and textures we like when combined in the landscape. A vase can be a little garden, its contents gathered and arranged to please the eye.

So give it a try. Channel your inner floral designer and begin your own year with slow flowers. Playing With Flowers can cost little or nothing to try, especially if you step outdoors and gather seasonal gifts from your own backyard.

Winners will be announced on Tuesday, December 9th. Here are the rules:. Post a comment here on my blog, sharing an enduring, personal flower memory.

Share yours in the comment section below and you will be entered into the drawing, which takes places next week. Makes an excellent foliage spray.

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Thanks for your participation! Yes, there are dahlias available closer to me in Seattle, but I wanted to see what dahlia farmer Dan Pearson was up to at this market.

You see, he is nearly 41 years old and he has been growing and selling dahlias at this market for 31 years. YES, you read that correctly.

Add in a few zinnias and you have an incredibly eye-pleasing floral palette. Just wanted to share these luscious photos as they represent just a small portion of the incredible variety of forms and colors available from Dan.

Dan Pearson, dahlia expert, flower farmer, tuber marketer. Plus, he designs a pretty sweet bouquet! Except that he started earlier than most of his contemporaries, growing and selling one-dollar bunches of dazzling red, pink, orange, and purple dahlias to customers who drove past the family dairy farm in Oakville, Washington, when he was just ten.

Sales of the alluring flower eventually put Dan through college and set the course of his career. Why are we wooed by dahlias? People are drawn to those dinner-plate-sized flowers for the wow factor, but soon they realize that the smaller to medium-sized flowers are useful for bouquets.

As a boy, Dan demonstrated his affection for the flowers that his father, Clarence Pearson, planted along the edge of the vegetable garden by memorizing the names of more than 30 varieties.

Department of Agriculture recently began documenting this demographic, in recognition of the increasing ranks of young women and men who are leaving cities for a rural life on the land.

I added fountain grass, crocosmia and millet to the bouquet. The season for dahlias is almost over, but these vivid selections are a reminder of how much we LOVE this amazing flower.

My children are the first in our family not raised on a dairy farm. I have fond memories of the experience of growing up on a dairy farm but eventually the transition to a different livelihood had to be made.

I have no regrets about transitioning my family to raising dahlia flowers and bulbs. This area is where I chose to raise my family, and I hope if there are the economic means, my children can do the same.

Encouraged to attend college, Dan earned a landscape architecture degree from Washington State University.

Then he spent seven years on the staff of a large architecture-engineering firm in Olympia. It also took place as the Internet began to explode, allowing www.

Tubers represent 85 percent of his annual sales, while seasonal cut flower sales make up the balance. With their two young children, Dan and Mieke live one mile from their growing fields.

His farming practices are partly old-fashioned and partly modern. For example, Dan does nearly everything by hand with the help of a small, seasonal farm crew.

He solves problems the way farmers have done for centuries, using a cash-free barter system when possible.

Dahlia Dahlia species and cultivars History: The dahlia originated in highland areas of Mexico and Central America.

The dahlia is a member of the daisy family Asteraceae. Picture-perfect, symmetrical flowers feature subtle to intense colors in a wide array of forms.

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