Sue Wright’s talent is in bringing her ideas to life. Whether its designing handbags from vintage fabrics or crafting handmade paper mâché Christmas sculptures from copper wire and reclaimed tissue paper, she has always had the ability to create beautiful things.
A gardener by profession, Sue worked as an estate gardener at The Garden Concierge in the Boston area before moving to Islamorada and taking on the position of resident Gardner at the Village Square at Trading Post.
On November 18, Sue will open a new shop with living art called Boo Kee Sue Botanics. The shop will be located at the Village Square at Trading Post and will join the other shops and restaurants in residence including uCumbe, Miss Monroe Boutique, Bad Boy Burritos and Good Girl Juice & Café. Here she will sell ready to go garden items that are easy to maintain with prices that start at just $40.
Her passion is in transforming a space with something living in every room. Working with a variety of design aesthetics, she specializes in creations that enhance and beautify areas of your home and garden.
In her shop you’ll find Kokedama which are a Japanese moss ball string gardens and stag horn growing on cork bark. Everything in her store is unique, perfect for gifts or beautifying your own space. And for those of you not blessed with a green thumb, everything is very easy to maintain.
In addition to her container designs for sale, she’ll also be providing custom work and specialized plantings for clients. Many of her designs will also be available for rentals for special events.
Be sure to stop by the opening of Boo Kee Sue Botanics on November 18, with regular hours from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday – Saturday. For more information, go to BooKeeSue.com.