A new book on the activities of floriculture industry worldwide named ‘Slow-flower’ is documented by a renowned Journalist and author Debra Prinzing with a companion photographer David E. Perry, as both spent three years to document the trends of their previously released book "The 50 Mile Bouquet: Seasonal, Local and Sustainable Flowers" in the new book of "slow-flower".
The floriculture industry worldwide comprises on the flower arrangers, studio florists and flower growers, as they are working on to create the sensibility and buying power in order to promote the floral products and sustainable blooms all over the world.
A comprehensive book on flowering and gardening and is separated into four chapters, with the emphasis of introducing reader’s to the farmers and designers that arrange and cultivate flowers and work with these seasonal items in the first two chapters.
The remaining two chapters offer a great deal of tutorials in seasonal bouquet arranging with unique ideas to incorporate the easily available flowers and foliage into all types and sizes of celebrations specialty for the interested readers. This is really an interesting book on flowers as back of the book offers a seasonal guide, designer and grower resources along with a handy glossary.
The author Debra Prinzing and Photographer Perry does a great job by compiling a great piece of work with the flowers he photographs along with many precious floral designing tips for those looking to learn more about this new topic that really isn't that trendy after all.