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Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers Pioneer, Wins AHS’s Great American Gardener Award

May 15th, 2018

I’m so touched that my friends at Florists’ Review magazine included an article in the upcoming June 2018 issue about the American Horticultural Society recognizing me with its Frances Jones Poetker Award in honor of achievement in the field of floral design.

The award highlights my work advocating for and promoting domestic flowers and recognizes significant contributions to floral design in publications, on the platform, and to the public.

You can read the entire article, “Slow Flowers Pioneer,” written by Jane M. Markley, here.

2 Responses to “Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers Pioneer, Wins AHS’s Great American Gardener Award”

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