American Flowers Week promotes domestic flowers and foliage in the marketplace, inspiring professionals and consumers alike. Here's a glimpse into the process whereby Johnny's flower team partnered with floral designer Rayne Grace Hoke on an interpretation of the late-summer gown — botanical couture for the goddess of the harvest.
Learn how to grow ammi/daucus flowers from seed, with instructions on sowing, germination, transplanting, light and soil preferences, and harvesting.
In commercial cut-flower production and the backyard cutting garden, fillers and foliage form the backbone of cut-flower arrangements. We asked flower farmers from three different regions for recommendations.
For experienced vegetable farmers looking to expand into commercial cut-flower production, as well as the more casual — yet entrepreneurial — gardener exploring ways to create a tidy income stream on the side, these personal narratives from expert farmers around the nation introduce our top-15 choices for getting started in cut flowers. Remember to take notes as you create your seed lists!
Vegetable gardening experts make their case for planting flowers in among your vegetables and herbs — or vice versa — to improve overall garden health as well as yield.
A visual celebration of the beautiful, abundant, and unexpected floral design elements that seem to explode during that wonderful transitional time between summer and fall. Enjoy over two dozen examples of regional floral designs using flowers, foliages, herbs, seeds, pods, edibles and vines from across the creative, wide-ranging Slow Flowers Community.
Hillary Alger, Flower Product Manager at Johnny's, presents a tutorial for designing a simple, professional-quality bouquet with focal, spike, and filler flowers.
Get a tour of our overwinter ammi/daucus trials, with variety recommendations and tips for successful ammi/daucus overwintering, from the research team at Johnny's.
Which flowers can I direct-sow? Here are our top-10 recommendations: 5 for cool-soil direct-seeding and 5 for direct-seeding, plus one that can be sown directly in either!