Editorial Reviews

 

 "[Bridget Collins] uses leaves, petals and native Northwest greenery to form ethereal images of animals, insects, people and nature scenes."
—Evening Magazine

“[D]reamy botanical art.”
—Sunset

“I fell in love with Flora Forager.”
—Snippet & Ink

“If you don’t already follow [Collins] on Instagram, you must check her out. Her artwork—created entirely with flower petals, leaves, and other foraged botanical materials from her garden and neighborhood—is absolutely breathtaking.”
—Floret Flowers blog

“[T]his beautiful journal by Bridget Beth Collins will leave you anxious to finally start writing down your garden daydreams!”
—Garden Design

“Scrumdiddlyumptious.”
—Dorkly

“[Collins] transforms flower petals, leaves and other natural materials into breathtakingly beautiful art.”
—Buzzfeed

“Organized by seasons, one could capture a year in writing and be inspired by every turn of the page.”
—The Blooming Farmhouse

“[Collins] makes art out of nature and it is incredible.”
—Magic Mum

“Bridget Beth Collins’s work has a cult following (just look at her Instagram feed).”
—Gardenista  

“Offers a lovely way to track seasonal changes and write observations about nature.”
—New York Botanical Gardens blog

“Imagery rooted in nature.”
—The Falcon

“I’m just obsessed.”
—Sweet Violet Beauty

“Beautiful vignettes.”
—Laughing Squid

“Each work is so detailed, and so creative.”
—Hello Giggles
 
"She is a botanical artist who beautifully arranges flowers and plants into all kinds of gorgeous photos. Her journal has snippets of her breathtaking creations on every page." 
—Chasing Blue Skies

"The artwork… is created with found flowers and other foliage from places like the sidewalk near her home, urban parks and the gardens of family members." 
—Seattle Times

"Enchanting."
—Martha Stewart Weddings

 "Masterpieces from foliage and flowers... a beautiful mind."
—Naturally, Danny Seo on NBC