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Southeastern Flower Show in Atlanta Flower power will be in full bloom at the Southeastern Flower Show, presented by the Southeastern Horticultural Society on March 15-17 at the Cobb Galleria Centre. Celebrating its 25th anniversary with the theme “What’s Old is New Again,” the show features fine antiques and magnificent gardens, a marketplace and bookstore, guest speakers, gardening and cooking demonstrations, flower arranging and children’s activities. Marvel at professionally designed Landscaped Gardens, along with spectacular entries in five judged divisions: Artistic Floral Design, Garden Design, Discovery, Horticulture and Photography.

Innovative Arrangements For 52 consecutive weeks, horticultural enthusiast Debra Prinzing challenged herself to create a seasonal bouquet using only local ingredients. She gathered flowers, leaves, branches and seedpods from her own garden, from friends’ gardens, and from the meadows and fields of her favorite flower farms. The result: “Slow Flowers,” a beautifully photographed book celebrating each season’s unique character with fresh blooms, ornamental twigs, colorful foliage and other gifts from nature. “My goal is to inspire others to create personal bouquets with what’s at hand, if only they begin to see what’s around them with new eyes,” said Prinzing, who photographed each bouquet for the book, which offers step-bystep design instructions and an ingredient list.

n “slow flowers: four seasons of locally grown bouquets from the garden, meadoW and farm,” debra prinzing (st. lynn’s press). Southern Seasons Magazine


Southern Seasons Magazine Spring 2013- Cover 3  
Southern Seasons Magazine Spring 2013- Cover 3  

Third cover of Spring 2013 issue for better newsstand coverage on sale May 2013.