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Today we’re visiting with Hannah Brannan, owner of California-based Gather Flora — a platform for farmers, florists, grocers, and resellers that provides the tools needed to connect your business to flower sales in a streamlined, local, and even more sustainable way. Join us as we talk with Hannah about:
Help Gather Flora bring spectacular, 100% local, sustainably grown flowers to the LA Flower District.
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Images: courtesy of Larisa Minerva
Want to study floral design in Europe? Madrid Flower School offers contemporary and traditional styles and techniques with 10 instructors. Check out the professional program which also includes photography, styling, and business essentials. Offered in both Spanish and English.
Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha + Bloom Trust Co.) + Maggie Bailey (Bramble & Bee)
BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Grayson McGee
Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee
If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our conversation with Steven Dyme, owner of Flowers for Dreams. Click here to listen.
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