Florists

Posted by on February 2, 2007 in Book Tour/Events | 3 comments


I’ve been on the road with flowers a lot this week, and I’ve also met a lot of the people who grow and sell them. Florists and wholesalers have been some of the most enthusiastic members of the audience, in spite of the fact that they are so busy with Valentine’s Day. In fact, a florist called my publisher to complain that I’m going to be in Seattle on Valentine’s Day when florists can’t possibly come to my talk! Well, I’ll just have to come back and do a special event for the industry people when things settle down.

3 Comments

  1. “In fact, a florist called my publisher to complain that I’m going to be in Seattle on Valentine’s Day when florists can’t possibly come to my talk! Well, I’ll just have to come back and do a special event for the industry people when things settle down.”
    I LOVE that idea! How can we help make it happen? Florists could learn alot from you 🙂

  2. February is a good time to visit the NW USA, because our floral growing season is fairly quiet now. It is very early spring here and hard winter as well. I won’t be making bouquets until late April. So yes, Valentine’s Day is great for me! I hope to catch you in Seattle or Portland this week. Thanks for writing your book. I’m loving the reviews and I look forward to reading it.
    My business is called Daisy Chain. I am in my 4th year growing and distributing organic, local, seasonal flowers to a small membership in Olympia.
    Hope to see you on your book tour, and take good care
    Florifically, SL

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