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Judge in Profile: Nurserywoman Flora Grubb

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Judge in Profile: Nurserywoman Flora Grubb

May 16, 2014

Flora Grubb’s mission is to show the world that gardens can be lavishly beautiful without the use of synthetic chemicals or even much water. Her San Francisco nursery, Flora Grubb Gardens, is a hub for design-minded gardeners and novices alike. There, Flora offers garden- and art-related events, floral-arranging services, and landscape design. In 2012, Flora received a Martha Stewart “American Made” award; these honor rising stars in American craft and manufacturing.

Read more about Flora Grubb Gardens, a member of the Remodelista + Gardenista Architect/Designer Directory. For other Gardenista posts on Flora, check out 5 Quick Fixes: Flora Grubb’s Indoor Gardening Tips; Garden Designer Flora Grubb’s Holiday Gift Wrap; and Vertical Garden from Flora Grubb in SF.

Flora Grubb designed the garden of her Berkeley home

Above: Flora Grubb is judging our Best Professional Landscape category. Photograph by Caitlin Atkinson.

For more, follow Flora Grubb Gardens on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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