Thank you for visiting us, a community of American Grown cut flower and foliage farmers. All year long we work hard to provide the freshest, highest quality bouquets for you, your families, and your friends to enjoy.
During the month of July, we take a special opportunity to celebrate our bounty, our beauty, our community with American Grown Flowers and Foliage Month. This month we honor our farmers, families, workers, friends, fans, colleagues, and neighbors to share our passion and dedication to bringing beauty and joy to your lives. Please join us in celebrating this very special month, and all year long with Certified American Grown Flowers and Foliage!
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‘BEST IN BLOOMS’ CONTEST SERIES SHOWCASES AMERICAN GROWN FLOWERS AND FOLIAGE
Nearly 70 talented floral designers nationwide recently participated in the second installment of Florists’ Review’s “Best in Blooms” contest series that challenged them to use a pull of mixed blooms and foliage to create an opulent design inspired by the glamorous 1920s. Melissa Pack of Anthera Floral in Normandy Park, Washington, was named the winner of the second round of the competition, but the high visibility of the contest and its use of domestic flowers and foliage was also award-winning for Certified American Grown.
Sullivan, Feinstein, Murkowski & King Introduce American Grown Act
U.S. Senators Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska), Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), and Angus King (I-Maine) yesterday introduced the American Grown Act, legislation requiring the Executive Office of the President, the Department of Defense, and the Department of State to only procure cut flowers and cut greens grown in the United States. Congressman Don Young (R-Alaska) first introduced the legislation in the House in May of 2019, and introduced companion legislation last week.