Where Should We Go In 2018?

Send Us Your Suggestions For American Grown Field To Vase Dinner Tour Stops

If our map has a blank look on its face, it’s because we’re just getting started with identifying stops for the 2018 American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour.

The Society of American Florists recently announced that the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour has been awarded the “2017 Marketer of the Year.”

As we ramp up for our fourth year of this wildly successful tour – bragging timeout: the tour just won Marketer of the Year from the Society of American Florists (SAF)! [“Field to Vase Dinner Tour Wins Marketer of the Year“] – we’re busy asking flower farmers, florists, wholesalers, flower designers and our sponsors where we should stop in 2018.

We’re canvassing the country, checking out locations and looking to shine the spotlight on America’s best flower farms, floral designers and communities that exemplify the growing support and movement for American Grown Flowers.

Got a suggestion for the perfect location? Email us at  info@AmericanGrownFlowers.org and tell us why the American Grown Dinner Tour should stop in.

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6 thoughts on “Where Should We Go In 2018?

  1. I think the Texas hill country area in the Spring is absolutely beautiful. I’ve been wanting to go to a dinner for a while. This location would mean I could attend. There is an area near Blanco Tx that also has a lavender festival in or around June, the smell is amazing, it’s mixed with lots of rosemary that grows wild.

  2. Would love to go to the Hudson River Valley! You had one scheduled last summer but it was cancelled. If that one isn’t ready, maybe there is another to consider.
    White Flower Farm in Connecticut
    Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh, Pa
    Cherry Valley Lilac Farm at the Bates Hop house and Barracks, cherry Valley, NY
    Sunny Meadows Flower Farm, Columbus, Ohio

  3. Star Valley Flowers in rural SW Wisconsin is in the heart of the organic agriculture movement and would offer endless culinary options and the breathtaking scenery of the Driftless Area.