Below you will notice information pertaining to Black-owned Shops in D.C., Detroit, Ypsilanti, the East Bay, and scattered across the globe.
Each shop, etc. will connect readers to Black botanists, horticulturists, farmers, plant stylists, interior designers, in addition to individuals working hard to help people improve their understanding of and relationship w/ plants.
Black-owned Shops Lee's Flower Shop (Washington, D.C.) Lillith Plant Shop (Washington, D.C.) Natty Garden (Brooklyn) PRICK (London) Red Rose Florist (Detroit) The Zen Succulent (North Carolina) Urbane Terrain (North Carolina) ETC. Prick: Cacti and Succulents: Choosing, Styling, Caring (SIGNED) by Gynelle We The People Growers Association (Ypsilanti, MI) Botanical Wears by Hadiya Williams (Washington DC) blackwithplants.info (Digital Resource) Black Ubran Growers (New York) Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners Conference (TBD) Black People With Plants (New Orleans) Wayside Studio (Washington DC) The Black Outdoors: Humanities Futures After Property and Possession (North Carolina) How Can I Say This So We Can Stay in This Car Together (New York; Claudia Rankine)
Contact us to add an entry! And keep in mind that the above copy is in draft form as of Saturday, February 23, 2019.