by guest blogger Mark Kintzel, designer
About this time every year, I long for those fresh-cut garden flowers -- the tulips, peonies, and roses come ...
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Flowers from the supermarket don't often seem like they have the same level of finesse and vibrancy as their meticulously arranged counterparts from a...
There's not enough room in Teddy's Florist for the plants and the people, so George Stelios starts moving the flowers to the street.
Until this week, Louisiana was the only state in the nation that required would-be florists to pass both a written test and a four-hour, highly subjective demonstration exam.
Heaven, may I be a Yurikamome amid
Chrysanthemum flowers at Gion Matsori?
High over Yasaka, show me a bird's eye view of
Kannon, the god of mercy Bo...
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