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Cut Flowers in NYC

Posted by chefwong (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 8, 08 at 15:25

Hi All -

I'm on a cut flower *kick* and plan on getting cut flowers for the office every Monday....

Anyone have any good recommendations for cut flowers in lower manhatten (soho, nolita) or as far north as the flower market ?

When we threw a baby shower, we picked tons of different flowers on the flower market. Dunno if it was the fact that it was raining that day, but we picked them up on Friday morning and by saturday afternoon, a majority of them had browned. I did keep them in fresh cool/warm water with Floralife. The baby shower was on Sunday....

Love to get some recommendations on fresh cut flowers at decent prices and not ****NYC**** rates. I'm a long stemmed tulip / hybrid tulips, etc type of guy.....


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RE: Cut Flowers in NYC

Here's a listing of ASCFG members in New York. You'll have to find out where the locations are though. Hope this helps.

Amazing Vase Cut Flowers @ Double Decker Farm
Balet Flowers & Design
Ben Brook Farm
Bloomin' Joy
Brian Baker Peonies
The Cutting Garden LLC
Flower Fields
Folls Flower Farm
Grammy's Garden
Halcyon Hill
High Meadow Flower Farm
Kennywood Farm
Latham Farms
Littleflowers
Lofty Moss
M&R Greenhouses
Major's Pond Farm
Nana's Garden
Neil's Flowers
Passion for Flowers
Patch of Paradise
Pierpont's Blossom Farm
Plenty of Posies
The River Garden
Sag Harbor Florist
Stock Road Farm
Summertime Blooms
Terhune Orchards
Van Dijk, Phil
White Farm Flowers
Wildheart
Zeze Flowers

Here is a link that might be useful: Association Of Special Cut Flower Growers Buyers Guide


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