Occasionally we’ll post about some of today’s challenges and issues that intersect with nature.
As our societies become more urbanised, the term ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ among children (and adults) is a bit of a concern, as is sustainability in the floristry / cut flower trade sector.
Expect an informative read, gorgeous imagery and inspiring people. x
” Stay close to nature. It will never fail you.”Frank Lloyd Wright
Writer, florist and communications specialist, Mum of two little people and holder of many dreams.
Country girl born and bred but living inner Melbourne, gardening in a small space. Working on the set up of the Sustainable Floristry Network – a global initiative to bring floristry ‘back to nature’, and florist at Little Twig Flowers.
Image maker, nature lover, carer and creative, among so many other things.
Inspired by a love of botanicals, Camille is returning back, (after a fulfilling yet full-on career in a completely different industry) to the whimsy and wild creative side she’s parked for way too long. Camille is the photographer and story hunter for the Flower Press.
Lifelong gardener, self-taught florist and collector of too many coffee table books on flowers, gardens or anything involving France.
A lover of style, quality, with a splash of luxury , Ann loves seeking out stories, people and botanical experiences. Ann is chief floral designer at Little Twig Flowers and story hunter / article checker at The Flower Press.
We acknowledge the Elders and members of the Yalukit Wilam clan of the Boon Wurrung language group, who are the custodians of the land on which we work and meet.
We support adoption of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.