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   Seattle Wholesale Grower's Market Brings Vibrant Color To The Fall Season
by Stan McMeekin, Anisa Ashabi, KING5
Posted: Friday, October 19, 2018 at 3:29PM EDT

In the Skagit Valley, nestled between an old barn and a little white church, lies a patch of sacred land. Here grow rows and rows of Dahlias, several thousand of them, with their bright and blooming faces pointing up toward the sunset.

"This is a very unique little slice of Washington," said Vivian Larson, owner of Everyday Flowers.

Almost shoulder deep in her precious Dahlias, Larson gathers her livelihood one stem at a time. It's a race to beat the sun to bed. From there, she places them in a bucket of water and then into a cooler until they go to market.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: KING5

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