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DutchGrown provides customers with new way to purchase bulbs

DutchGrown, an exporter of flower bulbs, has provided customers with a new way to purchase bulbs in a timely and personalized manner. Founded in 1882, DutchGrown is one of the oldest wholesale flower bulb exporters in the Netherlands. They specialize in fall planted flower bulbs.

Now in the fourth generation of the family business, two brothers, Ben and Pete Rotteveel, pioneered the way for wholesale, bulk, and retail quantities of flower bulbs to be shipped directly from their family farm in Holland.

“Initially, only wholesale quantities were available for purchase online. But, in response to persistent requests from our customers, we soon figured out a way to offer our flower bulbs for sale in smaller quantities. The logistics of shipping our flower bulbs has progressed a lot since 2007! With the opening of our warehouse located in West Chester, PA, we are able to ship our bulbs from our farm in Holland to Pennsylvania. From this location, we ship out the orders to our valued customers across the U.S., ensuring fresh bulbs that are delivered at the right time for planting,” says Ben Rotteveel.

DutchGrown offers more than 150 tulip varieties and more than 70 unique flower bulb collections. They import their flower bulbs from their own family farm and flower bulb growers in Holland.

DutchGrown features a Gardening Community section, complete with The DutchGrown Blog. The blog provides readers Planting Tips, Bulb News, and Featured Varieties.

Visitors to the website can sign up for the DutchGrown newsletter. Because they just launched their new website each subscriber is entered in a contest to win two roundtrip tickets to Amsterdam, plus two tickets to the world-famous Keukenhof Gardens.

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