Last week’s dinner at Sun Valley Floral Farms was a beautiful start to a tour that continues to help communicate the stories and value of our American flower farms.
Have you ever imagined what having a four-course meal prepared by an talented chef in the middle of a flower field might be like?
In 2015, the tour crisscrossed the country, giving people a one-of-a-kind opportunity to attend a pop-up style dinner on an American flower farm. This, of course, is significant, not just because
The 2015 Field to Vase Dinner Tour ended on Saturday, but on the highest of notes.
Pairing the American Grown Flower House project in Detroit with our Field to Vase Dinner Tour was perfect.
As we prepared and procured flowers for Lisa Waud’s project, I spoke to many people who wanted to understand this project, the attention it was getting and the “why.”
Last week’s dinner at Oregon Flowers was a wonderful example of what the Certified American Grown tour represents. An authentic experience on a Certified American Grown flower farm, celebrating American Grown flowers.
Guests were treated to a stunning floral installation and design by Elizabeth Artis of Espe Floral + Foliage and an amazing Pacific Northwest dinner by