Why Dry?

Updated: 5 days ago

You’ll see our flowers in Chick-Fil-A Longmont, in the growing season, as fresh as they come! And in the off season, beautiful dried arrangements!


Chick-Fil-A was looking at reducing their carbon footprint, while supporting local. So they invited us, Wozani Farm, in Frederick Co, to give them a taste of what fresh flowers could look like, at their restaurant.


The idea that kids will be touching and smelling flowers and there won’t be any pesticides or chemicals on them is appealing!

And did you know that 80% of flowers used in the floral industry are imported. So this is a BIG thank you to Chick-Fil-A for using 100% Colorado grown flowers.


So in order to stay true to supporting local, we had to come up with a creative way of having flowers in winter. Gorgeous everlasting flowers were the answer!


We harvest at the right stage for drying. Too early and they'd be in bud form, too late and we risk seed explosions all over the restaurant. So harvesting, drying and drying throughout the growing season, with the knowledge that they'll be enjoyed at the Restaurant. Now inn winter you get a real and beautiful bloom to grace your table, until the spring comes again, and tulips take their place.




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