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Wholesale cut flowers?

Posted by scottimd z7 MD (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 9, 06 at 11:16

Does anyone know of any good wholesale cut flower providers in Maryland? Specifically, ones that all consumers are welcome - not just wholesalers that have to provide proof/tax id? I was watching the City Gardener the other day on HGTV and they had a truck pull up with wholesale flowers from Holland. Wish they had something like that around here. = )


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RE: Wholesale cut flowers?

Hey Scott - Where are you in Maryland ????


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RE: Wholesale cut flowers?

I'm in Baltimore (Canton), but I can drive just about anywhere if it's worth it.


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http://www.freshroses.com/


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There are a number of fresh cut flower wholesalers on the internet that will deal with the general public and have the flowers delivered directly to your house. I don't know of any local wholesalers that will do that though.
Check out this company - I purchased from them for a wedding.

Here is a link that might be useful: MorningStar Wholesale Farm Direct Flowers


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RE: Wholesale cut flowers?

My husband is in the wholesale floral business. Send me an email.
Karyn


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RE: Wholesale cut flowers?

I use a great wholesale to public site for parties and luncheons called BloomsByTheBox.com They have a great selection and low minimum order. Same day shipping and free next day to NY/NJ/CT. (I'm in jersey.)

Here is a link that might be useful: Cut Flowers at Wholesale Prices : BloomsByTheBox.com


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RE: Wholesale cut flowers?

Cheap and fine , All in welljordan.com ---- www.welljordan.com


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