While flowers might not be the first thing you think of when you picture New York City, the city offers access to some of the best blooms on the planet.
A companion to the popular Paris in Bloom, New York in Bloom reveals a softer side of New York, showcasing extraordinary parks, gardens, flower markets, and the work of some of the world’s best florists, alongside the city’s iconic architecture. Stunning photography from Georgianna Lane takes readers on a floral tour of the city, juxtaposing floral beauty with the city’s trademark energy and grit.
Also including a detailed list of recommended venues to explore and a guide to the season’s signature blooms, New York in Bloom is a beautiful gift for New York lovers and New Yorkers alike.
About the Author
Georgianna Laneis a Seattle-based floral and travel photographer whose work has been licensed and published internationally in books, magazines, calendars, greeting cards, and more. Her work has been featured on leading design sites, including Design Sponge and Decor8. She also runs a thriving print shop on Etsy, where she is consistently ranked in the top 25 of all photography sellers.
"`Birdsong and daffodils: my two favourite heralds of spring,' says author and photographer Georgianna Lane. Her work captures the floral side of cities as a `photographic meditation, seen through my own shade of rose-coloured glasses'" -- Psychologies
"Photographer Georgianna Lane leads you on a floral tour of one of the world's best cities, passing through corner shops overflowing with fresh-cut blooms, bustling flower markets and blooming trees in lush public parks. The photos show an unexpected, softer side of the metropolis and makes for a wonderful addition to a New York lover's coffee table." -- House Beautiful
"The US travel writer and floral photographer, Georgianna Lane, has created - much like the Dutch Golden Age flower painters-a ravishing, if somewhat selective, picture of New York's spring and early summer delights: flowering crab apple trees and cherry, magnolias, daffodils, tulips, crocuses, lilacs and, needless to say, roses in abundance." -- The Art Newspaper