Summer at Plant Master’s Farm

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Even though it isn’t officially summer, it’s June and my mind is already dreaming of sunny days at the beach and porch sitting. Summer is the next season to be featured in the “Year of Local Flowers” shoot from Plant Master’s farm.  Due to this shoot and spending more time with my “flower friends” I have learned so much about the American Grown Flower movement and importance of sourcing local flowers.

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Plant Masters grew all of these locally grown American flowers that Petals by the Shore used in all her floral work. Another element of sourcing locally and shopping small are the popsicles by Picnic Pops which are based out of Baltimore.

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Author: @dkprinzing @myslowflowers for the feature in Florist Review
Photography: Kirsten Smith Photography @kirstensmithphotography
Florals & Styling: Petals by the Shore @petalsbytheshore
Project: @ayearoflocalflowers
Coordination: Rose Gold Events & Styling @rosegoldevent
Flower Farm: Plant Masters @plantmasters1
HMU: Lori Nansi @lorinansi
Invitation: Little Bit Heart @littlebitheart
Watercolor Artist: Scazzero Illustration @scazzero_illustration
Popsicles: Picnic Pops @picnicpops
Vintage Rentals: Faccia Fresca Vintage @facciafrescavintage
Dress: Gossamer @shopgossamer
Ribbon/Fabric: Silk & Willow @silkandwillow
Ring: Trumpet & Horn @trumpetandhorn
Models: Kyle & Jennifer Ertter @jennertter @k_ertter

 

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