Top 3 Flower and Gardening Books for 2018
Current takes on designing your life with flowers
By Laura Carson Miller
My deep love for flowers, plants and gardening brings me great joy throughout the year. As I share with you these superior flower and garden publications for the year 2018, I hope you be inspired to bring them into your home for on demand discovery and delight.
By Rachel Ashwell
From the founder of Shabby Chic, the fabulous Rachel Ashwell, comes her first book focused on flowers and how they create mood and meaning in interiors. Not only does this book cover arrangements but every other aspect of how florals are a part of everyday living – in fabrics, in architecture, lighting and accessories. Travel with Rachel as she visits different parts of the world, appreciating the various ways flowers interact with and influence our daily lives.
By Martha Stewart
You definitely know her. Whether or not you love her is a personal choice, but there is no doubt she adores flowers and has beautiful gardens on her properties. In this book Martha shares tips learned from family and friends, plus expert advice from master gardeners, and insight oh how she tends to her spectacular gardens today. Learn what to plant when and where, and how to use your blooms in creative arrangements you’ll be proud to show off in your own home and to gift to loved ones.
By Kiana Underwood
Tulipina, the well-known floral studio she created when, according to Underwood, she ‘became aware of needing fulfillment beyond motherhood and, with the encouragement of my husband,’ serves as the springboard for her workshops, a few exclusive weddings a year, and her gorgeous and informative new book. The book is arranged by season and filled with advice on achieving her old-world and single color style arrangements – 40 luscious ‘recipes’ to be exact. Now, you too can bring the excitement of Tulipina into your world on a regular basis, without leaving the comforts of home.