Die Autorin Chantal Remmert

Slowflowers. Wild gardens and untamed bouquets

Reading and presentation with Chantal Remmert
A fascinating insight into the annual cycle of a nursery dedicated to floristry with sustainably grown flowers.

Literature & knowledge
Stadtbibliothek Neuhausen
Munich Public Library

Farmer-florist and book author Chantal Remmert is dedicated to floristry with sustainably grown flowers. To be as environmentally friendly as possible, she works in cycles. The materials are used and recycled for years and, of course, she composts wilted flowers. Her success proves that she is right: she draws on lush blooms for her floral designs and emphasises the natural shape of the plants. In her book "Slowflowers. Wild Gardens and Untamed Bouquets", Chantal Remmert describes the annual cycle in her nursery "Erna Primula – Blumen Studio" in Schwäbisch Hall.

The studied landscape architect is a founding member of the Slowflower movement. She shares her philosophy and knowledge on sustainable flower cultivation and arranging.


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21.06.: by phone at 089- 233-82452 or by e-mail to stb.neuhausen.kult@muenchen.de
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Die Autorin Chantal Remmert
Chantal Remmert © Grit Hartung


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