Bree Iman Clarke is a successful plant and floral stylist and the founder and creative grower behind The Plant Project – the first black woman owned plant shop in Texas. A special shop that’s been showcased in projects with Chip and Joanna Gaines.
PLANT & FLORAL EXPERT
The Plant Project is more than a plant oasis. It’s a place where a strong community grows as well, a safe place to talk about race and other difficult topics. Led by this award-winning TEDx speaker, local media personality and leading community builder, along with her husband Carlos, the two also operate the heartfelt lifestyle brand The Iman Project.
CREATIVE FLORAL WORKSHOPS IN DALLAS
Under the brand’s umbrella is The Little House Project Studio, a multipurpose space in the Bishop Arts District of Dallas where Bree hosts her popular On the Table Workshops. And there’s Bree Blooms, a magical flower shipment and flower arranging tutorial program.
This husband and wife’s guiding tenant is making a hometown impact through uplifting diversity with design and style. They’re focused on ensuring that everyone has “a seat at the table”, no matter their skin color, opinions, body shape and size, background, age, or religion. These solid values are traits they instilled in her young twin sons as they parent Kai and Kael. A way of life that wasn’t available to Bree. She was once homeless and made mistakes that led to prison and 21 years of probation.
Bree is open about her past and shares her transformative story publicly in hopes of helping others, “I show my scars just so others can see that they can heal too”, says Bree.
EXTENSIVE TV EXPERIENCE & PRESS COVERAGE
A bold personality that’s made for television, Bree has extensive on-camera experience and appears often on her local news and talk shows. She also hosts her own series on KDAF/CW33, A Seat at the Table with Bree.
Famed plant and interior stylist Hilton Carter calls Bree his “plant bestie” and this groundbreaking young business woman is getting a lot of star attention. She’s been featured twice in Forbes about the challenges of being a Black business women and spreading love through her brand. She’s also been covered in Paper City, Dallas Observer, Martha Stewart, Houston Chronicle, D Magazine, plus countless other publications recognizing her entrepreneurial and community achievements.
Bree never wants to forget her “whys”. For Bree this means to continue building a beautiful community while growing a greener tomorrow.