QUALITY CUT FLOWERS FOR THE WHOLESALE MARKET
& Vintage Parts
A Range of Fabrics, Including Vintage Leathers, & Wide Variety of Colors
Spray paint, Custom Stencilling & Variety of Custom Made Artwork
Farm to Florist Montana is a wholesale distributor of the highest quality cut flowers grown under the Big Sky. we work closely with farmers who understand the value and demands of the wholesale market, while offering attentive and professional service to Montana's florists and grocers. If you are interested in buying flowers from us, or learning more about what we do, please reach out through our contact page or call Jamie at 406-546-6488.
Q: To whom do you sell?
A: We sell to flower shops, studio florists and grocers. We currently service Missoula, Lewis&Clark, Lake, Flathead and Gallatin counties.
Q: How do I open an account?
A: Just get in touch! No paperwork or contracts--we just need to know you're buying for resale purposes.
Q: What if my business is in a county you don't currently serve?
A: Please contact us! We would love to expand our service area--knowing about the demand will help us plan for the future.
Q: When is your sales season?
A: We sell fresh cut blooms from Mother's Day until hard frosts set in, usually the end of September.
Q: How do I find out about product availability?
A: We send out a weekly fresh sheet with what's blooming. Contact us to learn more.
Q: Are the flowers organically grown?
A: Yes, the farms we work with grow organically and operate with sustainability in mind.
Q: Are all your flowers from Montana farms?
A: Yes, every single stem comes from Montana growers. Keep scrolling to find out more about the farms.
Q: Do you offer any winter holiday products?
A: Yes, we sell holiday greens and wreaths from Thanksgiving until we run out.
Q: Do you offer any hard goods?
A: Yes, we curate a top-notch selection of hard goods from Montana artisans. Current offerings include plant hangers, greeting cards and healing salves.
our Partner Farms
Clark Fork Valley
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