Joan Ewer Thorndike with gloves and floral clippers harvests velvet red certified organic fresh coxcombs grown in a covered hoophouse on the Le Mera flower farm in Ashland Oregon.
SLOW FLOWERS PODCAST
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Today is the 5th anniversary of the Slow Flowers Podcast, and I thank you for tuning in. Debra Prinzing talks with original ...

Bride with long blond hair and red lipstick in a white dress holding a large wedding bouquet of certified organic flowers grown at Le Mera flower farm. Mostly white seasonal fresh flowers, dark green foliage and 3 peach roses against the backdrop of a stone wall, wedding cake in the background.  Bouquet by floral designer www.jacklilyfloral.com/ with campanula Canterbury Bells, white scabiosa fama, delphinium, white and peach garden roses, viburnum berries, eucalyptus, dusty miller, clematis vine, artemisia and green ornamental blackberries, tied with a steel gray silk ribbon.
SLOW FLOWERS JOURNAL
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With the average cost of a wedding pegged at $28,000, according to The Wedding Report, it is clearly a buyers’ market for betrothed ...

JOHNNY'S SELECTED SEEDS
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Who knows how color combinations, botanical preferences, or bouquet personalities rise to the top of our current floral "favorites" ...

Flower farmer and Slow Flowers advocate Joan Ewer Thorndike wearing a sun hat on the steps of a flower truck holding bunches of bi-colored dogwood foliage, physostegia and phlox freshly harvested from the fields of Le Mera Gardens.  Le Mera Gardens logo and tagline on a sticker adhered to the back wall of the flower truck.
MAIL TRIBUNE
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Faintly fragrant and faded within a few days, many commercial flower bouquets betray the rigors of transport between grower, ...

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