January 2019 Slow Flowers Journal in Florists’ Review

Tracking Floral Futures: the 2019 Slow Flowers Floral Insights & Industry Forecast

The floral professional’s role is to connect consumers with the natural world through artistry and design. So it’s no surprise that the emerging themes of this year’s Slow Flowers Floral Insights and Industry Forecast include ideas that strengthen community ties with values-driven consumers and nurture entrepreneurial innovation in horticulture and floriculture.

Here is the annual Slow Flowers report on leading topics influencing the domestic floral marketplace, including cultural shifts and a convergence of collective ideas and attitudes. In recent months, I’ve shared many of these ideas at Hitomi Gilliam’s Trend Summit 2018, the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers’ annual conference and the Southern Flower Symposium. If you’re an “early adopter,” these concepts may resonate or reinforce your current approach to sustainable design.

Click here to download the PDF of Tracking Floral Futures

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Debra Prinzing

Debra Prinzing is the founder of Slow Flowers and the author of several books.

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