About BeeHaven Flowers
You'd be surprised how breath-taking a specialty cut flower bouquet can be. It is our hope and vision to provide our local communities with fresh cut flowers for events and personal enjoyment rather than counting on flowers that have been grown in far away places.
Fresh Makes Scents—BeeHaven flowers smell and look wonderful. Isn’t it interesting that the more they breed flowers to ship long distances, the more the flowers lose their scent? Our flowers can be picked and delivered in under 24 hours.
High Quality—BeeHaven flowers are sustainably and locally grown which brings a much higher quality product at a reasonable price to you. We never spray anything on our flowers that is not natural and safe. Designers should be able to handle and work with flowers that have not been sprayed with anything toxic or harmful.
Variety—Everyone has a certain style. When you have a variety of product to choose from you can really let your creativity come alive. That is BeeHaven’s biggest market niche, we can provide unique flowers and fillers you may not be able to get anywhere else. Everyone likes to get something different and unique.
Long Vase Life—Our flowers last a VERY long time. We guarantee that, when you use BeeHaven Flowers, you will be 100% satisfied with how long they last, how fresh they are, and how nice they smell.
Knowledgeable grower—BeeHaven Farm is a member of the ASCFG (Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers). That means we are in connection with the leading cut flower growers in America. The association keeps us up on the latest and the greatest in the industry and how to grow, harvest and process it. We often attend their grower schools and yearly conventions to stay informed on the current trends.
How to get our Speciatly Cut-Flowers.
Why I started this business:
I love flowers! I love people who love flowers! I love people who love to put flowers in every room of their home! I have always gardened and not long after I was married my husband made the comment “Paula, are you going to plant any vegetables in the vegetable garden or are we going to start eating flowers?” I should have taken this as a sign that I should be a flower farmer, but I didn’t (I didn't even know that was a career). It wasn’t until later that the light bulb came on. I was attending a flower arranging class put on by a retired florist over in Montana. He had owned a very high-end florist shop in Manhattan where he grew up in the business, owned the business and then sold the business to his children. (He had even done arrangements for the famous Rockefeller family.) Anyways, we were to bring our own flowers and he would show us some “tricks of the trade”. I took the best of what I had. While at the class some ladies were admiring lisianthus I had brought and over came the instructor to let the ladies know what the unknown flower was. “This is Lisianthus," he said. “This is very nice Lisianthus…..This is florist-grade Lisianthus…….Actually, this is better than florist-grade Lisianthus, who brought this?” …….
Do I need to be hit by lightening? Thus BeeHaven was born and we have toiled tirelessly at the one thing we love doing—growing cut flowers.