Bookpage says: "In a potent medium of quirky wit, incisive reporting and occasionally breathtaking prose, Stewart grows her strange and riveting tale…Flower Confidential is a page-turner. I read avidly to its end, madly curious to know if, after all she had witnessed, Stewart’s floral romanticism remained. In the book’s ironically captivating epilogue, I found out. But I’m not telling."
Also, the Chicago Tribune calls Flower Confidential "a fascinating examination of the cut-flower industry." Read the article here. Oh, and just one clarification from that story: the actual number of cut flowers that we purchase in the United States every year is actually closer to 4 billion, not 2.9 billion. (We import 2.9 billion stems a year.)