The wreaths are alive

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Due to the miracles of modern journalism, the sidebar to my story today about "living wreaths" somehow didn't make the paper. It's online,... Read more

A "paper florist" in solitary confinement

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Malinda Swain spent weeks in her "studio" - six, to be exact - crafting her trademark paper flowers for three installations at this year's... Read more

And who remembers the Wanamaker eagle?

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I sure do! and I'm glad he's still there in the grand court of Macy's. It was fun to visit this morning. Burke Brothers has been doing the... Read more

Paper poppies, dried peas and lentils

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No, this isn't a recipe or something you smoke. It's a partial list of the materials that floral designer Jamie Rothstein used in her "bouquet... Read more

It's flower show time! Wait.. didn't we just do that?

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We did just do that but there are two more shows to see, smaller in scope but timed perfectly to counteract the effects of a nasty winter.... Read more

If it's Greensgrow, it must be spring

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Visited Mary Seton Corboy and her pals as they prepared to open Greensgrow West this coming Thursday. (Story same day in the Inquirer's Food... Read more

Garden to table can't happen soon enough

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Talking about my house here, longing for my vegetable garden to come to life, but Garden to Table in the back of Hall B at the flower show... Read more

Reflections of health

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That's the name of a small, little-noticed exhibit at the flower show that bears checking out. Michael Petrie has designed a dandy scene for... Read more