August 10, 2015

We are so excited to be starting a blog to share exciting new designs, products and specials with you; our customers! Thank you for stopping by and taking a look!

In our first post we want to share with you a little about where our flowers come from. Did you know that most of our flowers are grown in South America? We recieve most of our roses from Ecuador, where the sun is just perfect for straight stems. Another large chunk of our flowers are grown in southern California. We also have several local growers that we are able to purchase alstromeria, peonies, tulips and other flowers from seasonally.

We love gerbera daisies, we're pretty sure you do too! They can be ordered in nearly every color aside from blue and purple. We love to order a variety and see what they send to us! Our favorites are the bi-colored gerberas that come in many combinations.

When we purchase flowers we are essentially purchasing stem length, petal count, head size and scent. Roses in particular are able to be purchased in 30cm, 40cm, 50cm, 60cm, 70cm and occasionally longer stem lengths. Here at Petal & Bloom we generally only design with 60cm or 70cm roses to make our arrangements taller and more airy. Roses are available in thousands of varieties! Some of our favorites are: Freedom (red), Vendela (ivory), Finesse (pink), and Free Spirit (bi-color orange and pink).

We recieve our flowers from wholesalers in California, Utah and Colorado. They order flowers directly from farms and have them shipped shortly after they are cut and packaged. We take great care when processing and hydrating our flowers to ensure that they remain fresh for you!

Thank you for taking a minute to read our


! If you are interested in any of the flowers or varieties that we have shared with you, please call us today!





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