Certified Flowers

The Certified American-Grown logo assures the floral consumer of:

  • ORIGIN: Flowers and foliage are grown in the U.S. by American farmers
  • ASSEMBLY: All ingredients in mixed bouquets are 100% grown and assembled in the U.S.

 

Thank you to the following farms for becoming Certified American Grown:

 

ALASKA

Alaska Annie’s Farm

Alaska Beauty Peony Cooperative

Alaska Perfect Peonies

Arctic Alaska Peonies

Cool Cache Farms

Giggly Roots Gardens

Joselyn Peonies

Scenic Place Peonies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CALIFORNIA

Bandy Ranch Floral

California Pajarosa

Continental Floral Greens

Dramm & Echter

Eufloria Flowers

Farmers’ West Flowers

Glad-A-Way Gardens,

Green Valley Floral

Joseph & Sons

Kendall Farms

Kitayama Brothers

Mellano & Co

MOBI’s

Myriad Flowers

Ocean View Flowers

Por La Mar Nursery

Pyramid Flowers

Resendiz Brothers Protea

Sunshine Floral

The Sun Valley Group

Westland Orchids

Westland Floral

COLORADO

The Fresh Herb Company

FLORIDA

FernTrust

Roseville Farms

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 IOWA

Tschetter’s Flowers

KANSAS

Peony Acres

 LOUISIANA

Plum Nelly Flower Farm

MICHIGAN

Summer Dreams Farm

MINNESOTA

Len Busch Roses

 NEW JERSEY

The Flower Peddler

NEW YORK

Bear Creek Farm

Smile Farms

 OREGON

Oregon Flowers

Charles Little & Company

 PENNSYLVANIA

David Beahm’s Thistle Dew Farm

Destiny Hill Farm

 TEXAS

Texas Specialty Cut Flowers

 VIRGINIA

Gardener’s Workshop Farm

Hope Flower Farm
LynnVale Studios, LLC

 WASHINGTON

Holland America Flower Connection

Jello Mold Farms

Triple Wren Farms

 WISCONSIN

Star Valley Flowers

 

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  1. Great to learn about this today! We just added a link to resources accompanying a popular article on the value of seeking out independent florists ( http://amiba.net/resources/2013/real-florist ) and we welcome you to suggest other ways we can guide people to seek out American-grown. We could add a couple of paragraphs on the topic to this article or perhaps publish an accompanying piece if you like. Thanks!