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Christina Burton-Fox AIFDfloral artist & instructor
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Sun Valley Flowers Newsletter
November 30, 2016
December starts tomorrow, and this means we are beginning the roller coaster ride, which will last right through to Mother's Day. One aspect of December which I love is Christmas greens.
Right now if you walk into the warehouse, most of what you will see and smell will be huge mounds of greens being processed. This is a great niche for Sun Valley. We offer the fresh greens from northern California and Oregon in bulk, but the real beauty here is that we can combine them with our core crops right here on the farm, making your life easier as we push through December.
Whether cedar, fir or pine, we can pair our tulip, lilies, ilex and other crops to create festive holiday bouquets. Check out our new Holiday Greens Guide to learn what we have available, and have a great holiday season.
BLOOMS THAT SELL
Enhanced Consumer Bunches
Did you know we create retail ready bunches featuring holiday greens?
These are great for Mass Market retail, but also for Wholesalers looking to offer their customers a classic "Chop and Drop" to their customers. These enhanced bunches feature the freshest flowers, paired with greens harvested from Humboldt County, Del Norte County, and Southern Oregon.
North Pole Brassica
You need white, we have white. Our November/December Brassica plantings are coming in right on time and temperature.
Did you know Brassica needs cold temps at night to turn white? Mother Nature has out done herself and we have a bumper crop of white Brassica, just in time for Christmas.