About the Book

From Seed to Vase - A Celebration, Guide and Users’ Manual

Taming Wildflowers is a seductive celebration of wildflowers overflowing with lush photos from the author’s 100 acre flower farm.
The ultimate DIY book on wildflower gardening, Taming Wildflowers is jam packed with practical information: How-to grow wildflowers from seed, identify wildflower seedlings, build a wildflower cutting garden, harvest fresh wildflowers, dry flowers, design wildflower floral arrangements and create a magical wildflower wedding. Author, Miriam Goldberger takes her readers on a wildflower ride! From wildflower tattoos to wildflower weddings you will love this visually stunning and utterly practical book.

Bringing the Beauty and Splendor of Nature's Blooms into Your Own Backyard

“I will buy this book. Not only do I love wildflowers but it is also a beautiful book. I hope Taming Wildflowers will find its way into the world of garden and landscape designers”

- Piet Oudolf, internationally renowned garden designer, nurseryman and author

“I've been wooed by wildflowers, thanks to expert Miriam Goldberger's essential handbook to growing these evocative plants. Pick up her smartly written and beautifully illustrated book and you'll fall in love with wildflowers, too. Miriam passionately shares how to grow wildflowers from seed, incorporate them into your landscape, plan a wildflower cutting garden and assemble gorgeous wildflower bouquets. This is an important guide for flower lovers and floral designers alike.”

- Debra Prinzing, author of Slow Flowers and The 50 Mile Bouquet

“The mission of the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is to increase the sustainable use and conservation of native wildflowers, plants and landscapes. We couldn't ask for a better ambassador for that mission than Miriam Goldberger. With over 25 years of experience cultivating wildflowers, her new book, Taming Wildflowers, promises to inspire a new appreciation for the aesthetic value of wildflowers and native plants and the ecosystem services that they provide.”

- Damon Waitt, Senior Director & Botanist, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center