Yes, you can have a sweet cloud latte, designer bloom box, and all things beautiful under one roof—made possible by local women entrepreneurs combining their superpowers.
The garden path from fashionable beauty to flowers is one walked from the ancient poets right to the present.
Since 2003, the third-generation florist has been responsible for designing and creating the ornate, larger-than-life florals that grace the Met’s Great Hall every day.
From delivery-on-demand startups to florists specializing in local, organic blooms, here are some of our top picks.
An extravagant flower show featuring stunning, original designs created by local florists in each participating city.
The Chelsea Physic Garden—originally established as the Apothecaries’ Garden—remains true to its healing roots, containing approximately 5,000 plants of every hue in its walled microclimate embrace.
For all we know about Alcatraz, few people realize that many of its prisoners were also gardeners.
Toronto florist Dominika Solan’s aesthetic takes cues from the jam-packed vines and blooms splaying out of darkness in sixteenth-century Dutch oil paintings.
Très petite and as bubbly as she can muster so early in the morning, Caroline Bailly looks more like a high-powered gallerist than a highend floral designer.