Early Spring Beauty and No-contact Deliveries

In the fall, I carefully tucked in hundreds of bulbs, hoping and dreaming of a spring filled with luscious texture and vibrant colors.

Spring came. The daffodils faithfully sprouted and the tulips followed in full force. I was going to launch my season with a big sale for Easter centerpieces.

However, this international crisis has forced me to re-evaluate my business goals for the year. I wanted to grow my delivery business significantly as well as try out a few other ideas, but it seems focusing on deliveries is the only course of action in these unique set of circumstances we find ourselves in. 

In order to minimize risk to myself and others, all of my delivers will be no contact. What does that mean to me? Flowers move from garden to garage studio to van to your doorstep. They are handled only by me with clean hands. Vases are wiped down with sanitizing wipes at drop off. I will knock/ring door bell and return to my van, and smile and wave at a distance as you pick up your flowers and I sanitize my hands.

In addition to my regular deliveries, I will be sharing my flowers with the community during this difficult time. Stay tuned for more info about how you can be part of this. 



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