FORAGED FLORA PIONEER AND BLOOMIST COLLABORATOR LOUESA ROEBUCK GATHERS LOCAL, SEASONAL, AND FOUND ELEMENTS TO MAKE INTRINSICALLY BEAUTIFUL, HARMONIOUS ARRANGEMENTS
If you wouldn’t eat a tomato out of season, why buy sterile blooms, air shipped from thousands of miles away? In co-author and artist Louesa Roebuck’s Foraged Flora: A Year of Gathering and Arranging Wild Plants and Flowers, readers will find a sharp new take on the aesthetics, and politics, of living with flowers and flora. If you eat locally and seasonally, Roebuck hopes you’ll gather your flora — from your garden, your neighbors’ garden, farmers’ markets and anywhere else your day might take you — with the same sense of responsibility and delight.
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