AIFD Floral Designer, Instructor & Speaker
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Flower Arranging Secrets – Natural Designs for Everyday Living is dedicated to flower lovers across the globe and shares tips for making beautiful arrangements for the home. It uses supermarket and garden flowers and eco-friendly design techniques.
Learn from Jane
Learn from Jane through her teaching, demonstrating and hands-on workshops. Be educated and inspired.
Discover Jane’s Diverse Career
From traditional to modern, Jane shares with you a full range of design styles interpreted in an inspiring American way.
Designer – Teacher – Presenter
Jane Godshalk AIFD is an exciting and internationally recognized floral designer with a uniquely American style, fresh and uncomplicated. Her unique designs reflect a passion and connection with nature, it’s shapes, colors and textures. Each season’s materials are new inspiration.
An instructor at Longwood Gardens, Jane teaches a variety of classes from beginning to advanced and a collection of elective classes. Her lectures and workshops are a collaboration with each individual group, tailored to inspire a wide audience. This talent has been recognized with national awards from the American Horticultural Society and the Garden Club of America.
What I’m Up To
Learn a little more about what’s going on in Jane’s world of flowers. Here she shares experiences, thoughts, and ideas about flowers, designs, and events.
August in Pennsylvania brings hot summer days and fields of zinnias. The name zinnia comes from a German botanist, Johann Gottfried Zinn who found zinnias in Mexico and brought them to Europe where he bred varieties and new hybrid forms. Zinnias are easy to grow in...
Ikebana is the Japanese art of floral design and there are many schools of Ikebana including Ikenobo, the oldest and largest school founded in the 15th century. For many years the term ikebana meant following the strict established forms of the Ikenobo school. In 1927...
Peony flowers have been favorites for many years. The Chinese preferred the full double blooms as a sign of position and wealth. Japanese people favored the simplicity of the single flower. In Europe, it was the fragrance of the blooms that attracted people to the...
Jane’s Floral Adventures
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