Our design philosophy is rooted in the observation of nature. We allow the flowers and plants to retain their integrity by arranging them in a way that respects their natural movement.
Dandelion Ranch is the brainchild of Clover Chadwick, whose upbringing in LA and Palm Springs gave her twin appreciations for the lush and the sparse. “As a kid in the desert, you witness the inherent drama in nature,” she says. “Competition for sunlight, the lines of movement, and accidental harmonies are everywhere." Clover further developed her aesthetic while living in Napa, managing The French Laundry for legendary chef Thomas Keller, and studying agriculture. Her floral work has since appeared everywhere from LA's finest restaurants (Mozza, Lucques, Angler, Melisse and Patina) to The Hammer Museum, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, NBC Universal International, and big city events including Alex’s Lemonade and Taste of the Nation. Her work has also been featured in Martha Stewart, Oprah Winfrey Network, Food & Wine, Garden Design, The Knot, and more. “Every morning," Clover explains, "we walk through the flower market in search of the very best of what’s in season. You can’t outdo Mother Nature.”