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February 2022 Newsletter

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February 2022

Native Flower Company Newsletter

Issue #7
Hey Flower Friends! Issue #7 already! Thanks for subscribing and following along. While our main focus this month is Valentine's Day, much more is on the horizon. LOCAL anemones and other early-season beauties are arriving. Dutch tulips and other treats are coming. New designs are in the works and...new places to find our flowers! As always, stay tuned and follow us on Instagram for more day-to-day happenings.
Photo by Lauren Radcliffe
As February begins, having little snow and gazing out at the smoggy, beige blandness of the valley, I have drawn comfort from Katherine May's book "Wintering: The Power of Rest and Retreat in Difficult Times." While I am adept at enjoying winter, through cooking, skiing and the whole hygge vibe, by the end of January I need some injections of life. From the book: "Life meanders like a path through the woods. We have seasons when we flourish and seasons when the leaves fall from us, revealing our bare bones. Given time, they grow again." My cold winter bones could use some beach time, but since that isn't happening, I turn to flowers, my trusty friends. As we prepare for Valentine's Day, I get especially excited for cut blooming branches! The first to arrive is pussy willow, and I love peeling the skins off the buds reveal bunny-tail-white catkins. They are a favorite, but you can't beat the coral blossoms of quince (I'm holding it in the photo). Put a simple vase of branches in your home and the subtle opening of blooms makes each day a little brighter, as the days get a little longer.
- Pamela M. Olson, Owner Native Flower Company @pamelamo

Mark Your Calendars

Upcoming Classes & Events
February is an exciting month of preparation for Valentine's Day excitement, then time to rest and plan for Spring! Jot in these dates!
 
02/11

Valentine's Day Order Deadline: FEBRUARY 11th

Make sure to call us or place orders online by this cutoff!
02/18-21

Store Closed: February 18th-21st

In order to give our crew a break after Valentine's Day, we are closing and will not be accepting any phone or online orders. See you on the 22nd!
March

Virtual Floral Design Class

Stay tuned for the exact date! Sign up to get on the list!
Interested? Reach out!

A Look Inside The Shop

Flowers & Products

Featured Product of the Month

"ICE CREAM"
Simply delicious, a floral flavorama of vanilla, berry, peach and sherbet blooms. Featuring Oriental lilies, "Shimmer" roses, tulips, anemones, ranunculus, mini cymbidium orchids, anemones and sweet peas.

Shop The Collection

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There's still time to sign up to receive the February Subscription Bunch!
 

February is our 2nd month of our brand-new subscription service. Order by the 02/15 to still receive yours this month! After the 15th, your monthly delivery of happiness will start in March.

Sign Up For Subscriptions In Time For Valentine's Day!

They're BACK!

DUTCH AND LOCAL TULIPS!
 

Stay tuned on Instagram for these new arrivals!

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Time to Book Your Consultation

Our calendar for Summer 2022 weddings is filling quickly.
Book now to secure your date!

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FLOWER CRUSH

Meet the Blooms that Make us Swoon
The Victorians declared that ranunculus symbolized charm, and who can blame them? A gift of these little beauts would deem the giver and receiver charming in our book. It's a popular flower, and a good sub when peonies are out of season as they share similar fluffy petal skirts. Ranunculus originate in central Asia and thrive in swampy marshy areas, thus the name, after the Latin "rana" for frog. Currently, the most exceptional stems in our shop are coming from Italy, but we'll soon have local Utah-grown. You can try them in your own garden!

View From The Corner

Connect with our Flower Community and the Neighborhood

News from Wasatch Blooms

A few issues ago, we introduced you to one of our farmer-suppliers, Heather Griffiths of Wasatch Blooms. In the fall, she moved her farm and family north from the Salt Lake Valley to Cache Valley, and we are excited to see what the new farm has in store!

Heather has been preparing the land using regenerative practices to build the health of the farm which will improve the quality and beauty of her flowers. While winter may seem like a slow time of year for growing, beneath the soil the ground is hard at work expanding with every freeze and thaw to crack open those first seeds that will bloom for us in early summer. Heather has also been preparing seeds indoors that will thrive in the new environment.

We can't wait to see how Wasatch Blooms grows and are anticipating the arrival of her first bundles!

Connect with Wasatch Blooms!

https://www.wasatchblooms.com/
@wasatchblooms

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1448 E. 2700 South SLC, UT 84106

+1 (801)-364-4606
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