#Shoplocal: You’re Doing it for Food, Why Not Flowers?
Shop seasonal bouquets, floral subscriptions, bridal blooms and more, purposefully crafted from fresh, local flowers that offer an environmentally, economically, and socially responsible choice to “conventional” and “fast” flowers. Read more about the blossoming farm-to-vase movement.
More than eighty percent (80%) of flowers sold in America are imports—from Colombia and Ecuador, Holland, and even Africa. While these blooms grown overseas may seem like solutions to the wintry dearth of supply, they come with costs—to the environment, the livelihood of US farmers, and to the quality, integrity, and even fragrance of the flower itself. We have local solutions: In fact, the more temperate states like Washington, Oregon and California grow flowers all year long. Tunnels and greenhouses help fill the gaps, too. Buying locally supports our farmers, preserves agriculture, promotes biodiversity. It strengthens the health of our economy and environment. And did we mention local flowers yield a better product? The Bloomlist takes the guesswork out of where your flowers come from, so you’ve one less thing to worry about.
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Clean, fresh, seasonal, sustainable. Blooms that make you go hmmm. Designed without foam, chemical dyes or bleach, and delivered without unnecessary fluff.
To find a Bloomlist florist near you, or someone you love, simply click the state dot. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, click here for Bloomlist florists who deliver nationwide. Please check back frequently. We are adding new listings weekly.
If you’ve a tip for a flower shop, floral designer, or farmer-florist prioritizing local sourcing and foam-free design, or if you’re one of these beguiling bloomcrafters and want to join The Bloomlist, please apply here.
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