US: The ASCFG launches

The Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG), a non-profit trade association dedicated to educating and uniting commercial cut flower growers, recently launched This enhanced site profiles its member growers, wholesale and retail florists, and floral designers across the United States and in 17 other countries.

Easily searchable by city or postal code, pairs customers with floral needs of any type with local ASCFG members. Each grower, wholesaler, florist or floral designer has a unique Member Page which outlines floral varieties and services available, with links to company web pages and social media accounts.

Why use "Purchasing flowers close to home gives customers that just-cut freshness not found in traditional outlets, ensuring a longer life for the floral arrangement. ASCFG members’ flowers are grown sustainably with care for the environment, something important to everyone. Also, every dollar spent strengthens the local community, something everyone feels good doing."

"Whether you’re looking for a cut flower grower down the road from you, or want to order a beautiful bouquet for a friend across the country, you’ll find the widest variety, the highest quality, and the longest-lasting flowers through" 

"Visit today. You will learn more about the benefits of locally-produced flowers, read up on caring for your floral arrangement, meet nearby growers, and discover what your local cut flower farmer is harvesting"  

For more information
American Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG)



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