SLOW FLOWERS Podcasts with Debra Prinzing

Designed by Debra Prinzing - Featuring American-grown old garden roses, smoke bush foliage and pink Queen Anne's lace.

Designed by Debra Prinzing – Featuring American-grown old garden roses, smoke bush foliage and pink Queen Anne’s lace.


Are you familiar with Debra Prinzing’s message about SLOW FLOWERS?
SLOW FLOWERS is about making a conscious, sustainable choice in how you choose flowers and Debra is championing the movement across America.
Debra is the author of two very popular, well-received and very informative flower books focused on Slow Flowers- & .

What are Slow Flowers?
*They are locally grown flowers
*Sustainably grown flowers, no harsh chemicals used in growing practices
*They are grown in America – #AmericanGrown #CAGrown are common hashtags
-The UK has a program as well – #BritishFlowers

Debra sits on the Board of Directors for Seattle Wholesaler Growers Market (profiled earlier this week on Flirty Fleurs).
She also produces Podcast interviews with a variety of people working in the floral industry – flower farmers, eco-couture floral designers, innovative Do-It-Yourself designers and pioneering farmer-florists. The podcast introduces listeners to the leading voices in the SLOW FLOWERS movement, from the field to the vase. Debra, the leading advocate for American Grown flowers, hosts the conversation and encourages you to join the creative community.
Recently Debra invited me to do a Podcast, very fun project! You can see more of my interview and Podcast HERE – episode #118
Plus, I’d recommending listening to her other interviews – they are all so interesting!!

Dahlias are locally grown in Sonoma County, all other flowers and foliages are from my garden - Bella Fiori

An example of Slow Flowers by Bella Fiori – Dahlias are locally grown in Sonoma County, all other flowers and foliages are from my garden

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