A Uhaul cargo van full of specialty tulips in a variety of bright colors

SPRINGTIME REFLECTIONS

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NEW HIRES, NEW COOLER, SAME OLD ME… AND OTHER WINTRY NEWS

4th annual Slow Flowers Summit Kitayama Brothers and CamFlor MollyOliverFlowers

RECLAIMING FLOWER FARMING'S MULTICULTURAL HISTORY AT THE SLOW FLOWERS SUMMIT 2021

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DISPATCHES FROM THE SEASONAL FLOWER PROJECT, SPRING EDITION

June 01, 2021
Linda D’Arco owner of Little Farmhouse flowers harvesting tulips in winter in Jay, NY

FUMBLING TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

Woman sorting red Roses in Dalat, Vietnam

LOCAL FLOWERS FOR VALENTINE'S DAY?

Greenhouse at Eddy Farm, CT

THOUGHTS ON 'REGENERATIVE' FARMING

January 15, 2021
Molly Oliver owner of Molly Oliver Flowers holding beautiful bunch of Queen Lime and Queen Orange Zinnias Gowanus

FRIDAY INTRODUCTIONS

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MEET HEIRLOOM CHRYSANTHEMUMS AND REPENT YOUR PRIOR JUDGEMENTS!

Double click violet Cosmos, regenerative agriculture, slow flowers, delicate blooms at Molly Oliver Flowers

WHY SLOW FLOWERS? COSMOS ARE ONE GOOD REASON

Cart of fresh local flowers Sulphur Cosmos, Euphorbia Mountain Snow, Rudbekia Benarys Lime Zinnia Benarys Wine Zinnia Celosia spicata Scabiosa

AN INTRO TO ME, INTERSECTIONAL ENVIRONMENTALISM, AND MOLLY OLIVER FLOWERS

Seasonal Flower Project 2020 Salmon Ranunculus

THE SEASONAL FLOWER PROJECT: WHY NOW?