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It’s American Grown Flowers Month

For the fourth year in a row, the U.S. Senate has designated July American Grown Flowers Month, recognizing the economic and cultural impact of America’s cut flower and greens farmers.

Consumers can look for the iconic logo in the American Grown Flowers displays from retailers participating in the annual American Grown Flowers Month. They’ll find special displays and supporting collateral in many Safeway, Albertsons, Vons, Pavilions, Spartan Nash, Charlie’s Produce, Mother’s Markets, Ralphs, Alfalfa’s Local Markets, United Supermarkets and more.

Florists can also look to DVFlora for its celebration of American Grown Flowers Month that includes downloadable marketing materials and a full month of specials on flowers and greens from Certified American Grown farms throughout July. Farms featured in July include: Ferntrust, Eufloria, Joseph & Sons, Mellano & Co., Holland America Flowers and Camflor.

And florists who are committed to spreading the #originmatters message and designing with homegrown flowers can use DVFlora’s dedicated online directory or the Where to Buy American Grown to quickly and conveniently purchase Certified American Grown Flowers and Greens.

Kelly Shore, from The Floral Source, has curated American Grown at Home farm direct boxes and will be featuring four different Certified American Grown farms from coast to coast for the month of July. You will have the opportunity to create with these unique blooms and greens in your home with a virtual hands-on workshop.

Or celebrate American Grown Flowers Month by connecting with friends, family or even strangers with flowers. Buy flowers for yourself and some extra to share and spread joy – like the Flower Party Box from Harmony Harvest.

Finally, you can have a conversation about homegrown flowers with all of your connections. That might be in person, socially distanced, in an email or by sharing about American Grown Flowers Month on social media.

For more information:
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