A passion for succulents

 

A native of Florida and inspired by her time spent in Charleston, SC, and Asheville, NC, Jennifer brings an aesthetic that is both practical and imaginative to her landscape design, event staging, and home decor.

While in Charleston, Jennifer learned to work with concrete and make molds for fountains and garden containers. The Brewery at 99 Market became the inspiration for her to start her own business, and she developed her own line of concrete troughs which she sold throughout the U.S., including the Southeastern Flower Show in Atlanta and the Philadelphia Flower Show.

Eventually Jennifer and her family moved back to Orlando, and she found a home at the Winter Park Farmers Market, selling her old world troughs as well as rustic garden and topiary elements. All of this led to the invitation to be a part of the East End Market, a shop that has taken a playful, youthful turn.  Incorporating fresh flowers and bouquets.

 

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