Blogs We Love! Floral Design Ideas, Plants, and Taking Care of Business

Posted on July 15, 2011

A blog post about blogs…yes – it’s happening. We here at Big Apple Florist try to stay updated on current trends and happenings. I mean—what kind of florist would we be if we didn’t know what type of flowers were in Descubra Cómo Curar Su Herpes Rápida Y Eficázmente! 30.4 Usd X Venta!
derline;">Kate Middleton’s bouquet or the highlights at the 2011 Chelsea Flower Show? The Internet allows enthusiasts of all types to share their knowledge and excitement with the world, so we thought we would share a few of our favorite Internet hotspots for floral design ideas, plant maintenance and generally getting stuff done with you! Design Sponge is run by Brooklyn based writer, Grace Bonney and is updated daily with DIY Projects, Before + After photos, Amazing Places, Spaces, and Ways to Entertain. Grace also runs a national series of meetups for women running design-based businesses called the D*S Biz Lady Series. She even does regular posts with floral design ideas on her blog Flowers A-Z. Plantgasm is just “a guy who loves plants, even when they don’t love [him] back.” His name is Derek Powazek and he shares his trials and errors, travels, and any and every experience he has when it comes to plants. If you need help with plant maintenance in NYC, his blog is where you should go. The Art Of Doing Stuff is run by a woman named Karen from Canada, and she is just awesome. She basically conquers everything she comes in contact with and explains how you can do it the funniest ways. She posts food projects, outdoor projects, renovation and repair projects, and sometimes just interesting things she has learned. Two of my recent favorites are How to Grow Alfalfa Sprouts and How to Make A Tree Stump Table. These people are so interesting and talented, and they will surely introduce you to other interesting and talented people (and their blogs). Inspiration is the best thing ever – we certainly find it useful in our own floral design ideas! We are hoping to start holding some DIY classes here are Big Apple Florist over the next few months or so! Stay tuned to find out more.

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