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Podcast Archives: Pittsburgh’s Local & Seasonal Floral Designers – Jimmy Lohr & Jonathan Weber of greenSinner (Originally Episode 155)

August 16th, 2016

From Debra: It’s summertime and between my travels and my editor Andrew Brenlan’s vacation schedule, we simply could not get our new episode formatted and uploaded for you this week.
So . . . I dug deep into the archives of 159 episodes that we’ve aired for more than three years in order to share one of my favorites with you.

The adorable greenSinner logo

The adorable greenSinner logo

Pittsburgh's Floral "Who's Who" -- from left, Margie Dagnal and Kate Dagnal of Goose Creek Gardens, Jimmy Lohr and Jonathan Weber, owners of greenSinner.

Pittsburgh’s Floral “Who’s Who” — from left, Margie Dagnal and Kate Dagnal of Goose Creek Gardens, Jimmy Lohr and Jonathan Weber, owners of greenSinner.

As it turns out, Episode 155, our August 19, 2014 interview with Slowflowers.com members Jimmy Lohr and Jonathan Weber of Pittsburgh-based greenSinner is the most listened-to episode ever! Our interview has been downloaded nearly 2,000 times!

13937822_10157289624940451_4280733026784769524_o So please enjoy this return engagement of my visit to greenSinner. Whether you’re a flower farmer or a floral designer — or a little bit of both, you’ll learn volumes and find great inspiration!

Click here to read the Episode 155 Show Notes

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The Slow Flowers Podcast has been downloaded more than 112,500 times by listeners like you.

THANK YOU to each one of you for downloading, listening, commenting and sharing. It means so much.

So if you value the content you receive each week, I invite you to show your thanks and support the Slow Flowers Podcast with a donation — the button can be found on the home page at debraprinzing.com.

sponsor bar Thank you to our lead sponsor for 2016: Certified American Grown Flowers. The Certified American-Grown program and label provide a guarantee for designers and consumers on the source of their flowers. Take pride in your flowers and buy with confidence, ask for Certified American Grown Flowers.  To learn more visit americangrownflowers.org.

More sponsor thanks goes to Syndicate Sales, an American manufacturer of vases and accessories for the professional florist. Look for the American Flag Icon to find Syndicate’s USA-made products and join the Syndicate Stars loyalty program at syndicatesales.com.

A big bouquet of thanks goes to Longfield Gardens… providing home gardeners with high quality flower bulbs and perennials. Their online store offers plants for every region and every season, from tulips and daffodils to dahlias, caladiums and amaryllis. Visit them at lfgardens.com.

And finally, thank you Arctic Alaska Peonies, a cooperative of 50 family farms in the heart of Alaska providing high quality, American Grown peony flowers during the months of July and August. Visit them today at arcticalaskapeonies.com

Next week, you’re invited to join me in putting more American grown flowers on the table, one vase at a time. And If you like what you hear, please consider logging onto Itunes and posting a listener review.

The content and opinions expressed here are either mine alone or those of my guests alone, independent of any podcast sponsor or other person, company or organization.

The Slow Flowers Podcast is engineered and edited by Andrew and Hannah Brenlan. Learn more about their work at shellandtree.com.

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