Monthly Archives: June 2012

Emily Thompson is Open for Business.

FlowerSchool New York has always been a strong supporter of retail flower shops.  In our experience, retail is the best opportunity to educate your customers and to spread the joy of flowers through gifts. When we heard that Emily Thompson was opening her retail doors we were thrilled.  I was lucky enough to be in… Read more »

Sunflowers with Olivier Giugni on June 14th

“When I see a sunflower I know summer has arrived and ready to put on my bathing suit!” said Olivier Giugni this past Thursday during his summer inspired master class. Clearing away the rain, Olivier declared that it is finally summertime with an incredible design using beautiful sunflowers, vibernum berries and rosemary. Using a taped… Read more »

FSNY @ the Bideawee Ball

Last week FSNY students produced our very first floral event with the non-profit organization, Bideawee, as apart of our “Consultation to Execution” Event Design Workshop. The five participating students worked with event designer David M. Handy to develop, construct and install the floral arrangements for Bideawee’s 100th anniversary gala at Gotham Hall. Together the students… Read more »

Job Opportunity- Store Manager & Floral Designer

Green Bee Floral, Cedarhurst NY (444 Central Avenue) Green Bee Floral is looking for a motivated store manager for their busy, up-scale shop in Cedarhurst, New York. This individual will be charged with the day-to-day operations, flower ordering and store management. They must also have at least 2 years experience as a floral designer and can step in to… Read more »

Miss. Fancy Plants

FSNY alumni, Marta Abbott, with colleague Brittney Summers will be opening their new pop-up flower shop, Miss. Fancy Plants, at the Brooklyn Flea, this Sunday, June 3th. From their booth they will be selling bouquets, arrangements, terrariums and nature-inspired hanging mobiles. Offering simple and beautiful bouquets, they will share their deep love of flowers and all things nature with passersby. Stop… Read more »