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Window Sill Herb Garden- #FlowerCraft

By |June 26th, 2020|

Window Sill Herb Garden- #FlowerCraft
I love fresh Herbs for cooking- and while I have a pretty extensive Herb garden in the yard… some people may be more space challenged – or want to have fresh Herbs- ready right in the kitchen. A window sill Herb garden is just the ticket- and it gives us

Episode 206- The Garden- Contained!

By |June 25th, 2020|

Host J Schwanke shows you how to incorporate container gardens into any living situation. Anyone can enjoy container garden and de-stress with the bounty you can grow for food, drink, and entertaining.

Episode 206: – The Garden- Contained!

I love a container garden- because I get to create an arrangement- with Plants. It’s the same concept-

Episode 204- The Gift of the Forest

By |May 17th, 2020|

Episode 204- The Gift of the Forest

Host J Schwanke explores the forest and shares ways to experience a bit of its magic every day! Discover forest bathing for wellness. Flower arranging includes moss themes and foraged items.

I’ve been excited about this week’s episode- for many reasons- I love Moss- and with the show I

Episode 203- Beauty from the Flower Farm – Flowers in Season

By |May 10th, 2020|

Episode 203- Beauty from the Flower Farm- Flowers in Season

Host J Schwanke shares how Flower Farms can broaden the range of flowers in your life. Flowers make us happier and give us hope. J shows you how to brighten your home through flower crafts, garden cooking, and more.

This is a fun episode and features

Elderflower Cocktail & Mocktail- #FlowerCocktailHour

By |May 8th, 2020|

Elderflower Cocktail and Mocktail Recipes

The health and wellness benefits of Elderflower are well documented- and here’s a way to enjoy the benefits of Elderflower for flower cocktail hour- whether it’s a Cocktail or Mocktail- we have a reciepe for everyone!

Elderflower Cocktail Recipe

1.5 Ounces of Elderflower Liquor – I prefer St. Germaine- but there are

Episode 202- From Farm to Plate & Vase

By |May 1st, 2020|

Episode 202- From Farm to Plate & Vase

Host J Schwanke explores the Farmers Market and all it has to offer. Visit a “Happy” farm, and learn how to incorporate the bounty of local, organic, or home grown flowers and produce into your menu, crafts, and entertaining.

In this show- we explore all the wonderful finds

Dahlia and Zinnia Bouquets

By |April 30th, 2020|

Zinnia and Dahlia Bouquets

These simple little bouquet are easy to make- and it’s a fun way to incorporate flowers from your garden- or your recent flower finds at the Farmers Market. I have two favorite flowers- when it comes to my local Farmers Market- Dahlias and Zinnias. I visit the Fulton Farmers Market nearly

The Perimeter Urn- a Long time Favorite Flower Trick!

By |April 25th, 2020|

One of my favorite long time flower arranging tricks is the Perimeter urn… it’s was a trick that was taught to me long ago by a great friend- and I’ve been sharing it for years. It definitely takes some practice- but once you’ve mastered this trick – it’s provides Incredible results. Using about 40%

Pink Rosé Dianthus Wine Cake- #Recipe in Bloom

By |April 15th, 2020|

We can enjoy our garden with more than just our eyes.  Let’s use dianthus in this delicious Pink Rosé Wine Cake! It’s Delicious and flower filled!

Dianthus are easy to grow- and they come in lots of colors- as a child- I thought carnations (a form of dianthus) smelled good enough to eat- and it’s

Carnation Pave’ – Now this is EASY and Impressive!

By |September 8th, 2019|

Carnations are amazing flowers- they come in such a wide variety of colors… and so many of the Colors are unexpected. Today there are carnations in Orange, Caramel, Deep Purple and tri-colors- that look almost like peonies. It’s truly amazing- and it’s so unexpected.

This project- I call it the Carnation Pave’- (that’s a term