For Immediate Release
MANHATTAN (Jan. 17, 2011) — Tonight only, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., FlowerSchool New York will offer flower enthusiasts and the media a special opportunity to view and learn about breathtaking, unique Japanese flowers.
News photographers and videographers are especially urged to come capture vivid images of these stunning flowers.
Tonight’s free event at FlowerSchool New York is open to the public and is held in conjunction with Bloom Japan’s second annual flower show at the Japan Society in NYC.
While the flower show is limited to wholesalers and florists, tonight’s event at FlowerSchool New York is a chance for the general public to see Bloom Japan’s amazingly high quality flower varieties with colors, sizes, and characteristics rarely seen in the U.S.
About 1,000 stems will be on view at FlowerSchool New York, including: gorgeous, tall Gloriosa Lilies; large and fluffy Lisianthus; and spectacular Sweet Pea that changes from lavender to green all in one blossom!
The Bloom Japan Network is an alliance of Japan’s key flower auctions.
FlowerSchool New York offers floral design classes for flower enthusiasts taught by New York City master florists, including Michael George, Cas Trap and Meredith Waga.
JAPANESE FLOWERS & HOT SAKE
FlowerSchool New York
5 Tudor City Place
New York, New York 10017
Monday, January, 17, 2011
5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
For information, call 212.661.8074 or email: [email protected]
Media coverage resulting from this press release:
Note: This event was attended by Bruce Golding of the New York Post. Later the following article by Reuven Blau appeared in print:
Valentine’s love in $500 bloom
New York Post, Feb. 6, 2011