Luke's Featured Maker: Flowers by Carra

February 06, 2018

We’re so excited to feature local florist and grower, Carra Duggan of Flowers by Carra, as our Featured Maker this week! Carra will be hosting this month’s Commons event: a Valentine’s Bouquet Workshop on Sunday, February 11th - just in time to build a beautiful bouquet for your loved ones! Read on to learn more about Carra’s story, her inspiration, and her commitment to responsible and sustainable growing.

Growing up in the Midwest, Carra was required to help pulling weeds, spreading compost, and planting in her mother’s elaborate garden. As a teenager, that was far from what she wanted to be doing in her spare time. Looking back though, she’s learned to cherish that quality time with her mother while learning to appreciate the details of a garden’s offerings.

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