A Flower-Farming Renaissance: America’s Slow Flower Movement

By Kristine Wong, Modern Farmer, Spring 2016

Growers Choice Award

Press Release, January 2016

Floral spectacle in Seattle, inspired by The Flower House

By Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers, January 2016

The Dahlia Wall at the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market

By Alicia Schwede, Flirty Fleurs, November 2015

Field to Vase event celebrates locally-grown cut flowers

By Danielle Ernest, Longfield Gardens Blog, September 2015

Seattle flower farmers’ co-op grows into blooming success

By Coral Garnick, Seattle Times, August 2015

Local flower farms growing in wholesale co-op market

By Jessamyn Tuttle, Grow Northwest, July 2014

The Farm-to-Centerpiece Movement

By , New York Times, December 2013

Bouquets by the bunch, from the Georgetown growers market

By Valerie Easton, Seattle Times, July 2013

Marketing local flowers, the co-op way

By Debra Prinzing, Slow Flowers, August 2013

Watch them grow: Great news for Northwest flower lovers!

By Debra Prinzing, 50-Mile Bouquet, October 2012

Local flower wholesaler budding in Georgetown

By Joshua McNichols, KUOW, January 2012

Floral co-op blossoms in Seattle

Capitol Press, October 2011

Organic Flower Power

Growing a Greener World, October 2011

Washington state growers band together to counter import invasion

By , Puget Sound Business Journal, Sept 2011

Business is blooming

By Hannelore Sudermann, Washington State MagazineSummer 2011

Seattle Wholesale Grower’s Market is featured in:


The 50 Mile Bouquet
By Debra Prinzing, Photos by David Perry
Available at our market and at local booksellers

Slow Flowers
By Debra Prinzing
Available at our market and at local booksellers

Flirty Fleurs – Issue Two
By Alicia Schwede
Available at our market and online at Flirty Fleurs