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Seasonal Indiana Flowers grown naturally
Celebrating flowers in their season – resulting in a superior product. 80% of flowers consumed in the United States are imported from Mexico, Columbia, Ecuador and other countries. Mostly because we can’t grow certain varieties at certain times of the year in a natural economical environment. Imports often have WEEKS of travel time, are treated heavily with chemicals, are packaged dry. Our local flowers are cut hours before sold and never leave water – allowing us to offer the freshest, longer-lasting, fragrant, delicate, amazing flowers. Each season in Indiana is colorful and unique, and just like a red juicy tomato is best in August, each flower has its prime season too.
Tulips, ranunculus, peonies, stock, snapdragons, larkspur, delphinium, foxglove, anemones, godetia, poppies, bells of Ireland, bupleurum, love-in-a-mist, bachelor’s button, and many other cool-loving varieties.
Sunflowers, lilies, zinnias, lisianthus, celosia, salvia, cosmos, black-eyed Susan, yarrow, echinacea, strawflowers, amaranth, ninebark, dara, feverfew, cress, pincushions, and many more warm season florals.
Kale, lisianthus, millet, broom corn, asters, sedum, statice, hydrangeas, eucalyptus, ornamental grasses, grains, hyacinth bean and other cooler longer season beauties.
Pine, fur, and spruce evergreen trees and wreaths and bunches for holiday decor, as well as holly berries and other woodies. We even offer flowering pots to keep indoors!