Celebrating & Selling Local Flowers With The Seattle Wholesale Growers Market's Sixth Anniversary

Six years ago this week, a band of intrepid Pacific Northwest flower farmers opened the doors at a cold, nearly empty warehouse in Seattle’s Georgetown District, and the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market was launched.

I have been along for the wild ride of this pioneering Market that has stimulated an entirely new way of connecting locally-grown flowers with buyers who value seasonal and sustainable botanicals grown with care and respect for the land.

Of that beginning, I wrote this in The 50 Mile Bouquet:

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