Cut Flowers

Why pay top dollar for imported (and cliché) red roses and tulips when locally grown Georgia peonies, poppies, bellflowers and snapdragons are just as beautiful?

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Our season isn't cut short.

Flower farmers can only provide in-season blooms, but thanks to Georgia’s temperate climate, our season can stretch from late winter all the way through summer. The blooms that do best here are acclimated to both heat and humidity.

April showers. May flowers. And a lot of other months, too.

Mother’s Day in May is one of the biggest holidays for cut flowers, as well as Valentine’s in February, but did you know that Christmas and Hanukkah actually top the list in sales? Easter and Passover are popular as well.

Locally grown fresh-cut flowers in Georgia

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  • Organic or Natural
  • Wholesale