Flori Cognoscenti: Stunning Market Bouquets

Slow Flowers Journal Summer 2023

Q: What are your go-to design elements for a stunning market bouquet?

For our regular quarterly feature, “Flori Cognoscenti,” we asked Slow Flowers members to share their best Market Bouquets. We had so many wonderful submissions that space would not accommodate them all in the Summer 2023 issue of our e-zine “Slow Flowers Journal.”

Here is a bonus roundup of even more beautiful market bouquets — and thanks to those who grew the botanicals, gathered their designs, and shared their images!

Blossom and Branch
Blossom and Branch, a Colorado Flower Farm (Lakewood, Colorado)
Briana Bosch
Daisies in May
Daisies in May Flower Farm (Spokane, Washington)
Loreen McFaul
Dorie's Farm Fresh Flowers
Dorie’s Farm Fresh Flowers, South Brunswick, New Jersey
Dorie Knott
FarmGal Flowers
FarmGal Flowers, Orlando, Florida
Eileen Tongson
Feathers and Flowers
Feathers and Flowers, Wenatchee, Washington
Rachel Burgoon
Freckled Bloom
Freckled Bloom Flower Farm, Estacada, Oregon
Rechelle Day
Kira's Flowers
Kira’s Flowers, East Peoria, Illinois
Kira Santiago
Little Petal Farm
Little Petal Farm, Noblesville, Indiana
Tammy Osselaer
Petals and Pages
Petals and Pages, Fernley, Nevada
Trisha Starkey
Petals and Pages 1
Petals and Pages, Fernley, Nevada
Trisha Starkey

Debra Prinzing

Debra Prinzing is a Seattle-based writer, speaker and leading advocate for American-grown flowers. Through her many Slow Flowers-branded projects, she has convened a national conversation that encourages consumers and professionals alike to make conscious choices about their floral purchases. Debra is the producer of SlowFlowers.com, the weekly "Slow Flowers Podcast" and the American Flowers Week (June 28-July 4) campaign. Debra is author of 11 books, including Slow Flowers (2013), The 50 Mile Bouquet (2012) and Slow Flowers Journal (2020). She is the co-founder of BLOOM Imprint, the boutique publishing arm of Slow Flowers.

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