Industry and Consumer Research, and Access to New Markets

The biggest way we can help our local flower growers is by increasing demand for locally-grown flowers. If you would like to be a part of the Washington Flowers movement, next time you are in a situation you are buying flowers, ask if they offer locally-grown flowers. 

Browse our Useful Resources Below

You will find a wealth of resources including the floriculture reports, marketing materials, useful organizations to join, and more. Utilizing these resources is a great way to grow your business as well as come together for a great cause. 

Slide Washington Flowers Project Overview We are proud to present the Washington Flower project to the public. Here you will find a complete project overview of the Washington Flowers Project along with our mission statement. Download the PDF file by clicking the link below. DOWNLOAD PDF Marketing Materials for Flower Farmers and Retailers Here you will find a public Google Drive link to download various multimedia assets that you can use in your own marketing campaigns. These videos are designed to help you promote Washington-grown flowers. ACCESS DRIVE Social Media Marketing Kit for Washington Flowers Here you will find a guide to best practices for social media marketing of your Washington-grown flowers. This data can be used to both market your floral product as well as to promote Washington-grown flowers. DOWNLOAD PDF 2017 Census for Floriculture & Bedding Crops Here you will find the 2017 Census for Florticulture and Bedding crops. It will provide key information that will be useful when doing business within the industry. Put this data to use in your business. Click below to download the report. DOWNLOAD PDF Washington Cut Flowers Market Research Report Here you will find a comprehensive market research report for the cut flower market. The information will give you key insights into trends and help you better plan for the future. Click the button below to access the report. ACCESS REPORT Charlie's Grocery Pilot Information & Webinar Link The Washington Flowers Project has partnered with Charlie’s Produce to help Washington flower growers sell more local flowers to 65-plus independent grocery stores across the Pacific Northwest. It is not too late to come aboard on this great opportunity to sell more local blooms. Click the button below. Visit Site Consumer Market Research Here you will find a consumer research report for the cut flowers market, identifying buying habits and preferences of Washington flowers customers. Download PDF Get Registered On WSU's Farm Directory Follow this link to register your business on the Washington State University Farm Finder. It was created as another resources for Farms to gain exposure. Signing up is easy. Follow the link below to set up your account. REGISTER Organizations and Additional Resources Here you will find a list of great resources from floral organizations, agricultural organizations, grower organizations, governmental organizations & more—to grow your business! DOWNLOAD PDF Washington Cut Flowers Project Lessons Learned Here you will find Washington cut flowers project lessons learned video. View Video Here Final Social Media Report Follow this link to to view the final social media report for Wa flowers. DOWNLOAD PDF

If you are a consumer of cut flowers, we have put together a variety of resources to make it easier for you to support the Washington Flowers movement. Click the button below for more information.


We have also created a resource page dedicated to flower suppliers. We put this resource page together so you can join the movement to increase the sales and production of Washington grown flowers.


Washington Flowers has compiled plenty of resources for Washington Flower suppliers to join and support the Washington Flowers movement.  You can learn more by clicking the button below.

This project is funded by a WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant.

For more information, or to order campaign materials, email Suzanne Carson at scarson@wsfb.com or phone: 360-357-9975 x122.

Disclaimer: The Washington Flowers design is not a guarantee of the product’s origin. Consumers should ask where flowers are from to be sure.
Washington Flowers designs were developed as part of a three year Specialty Crop Block Grant (2017-2019) to test if it would be worthwhile. Please contact lraymond@agr.wa.gov regarding use of the design beyond the grant period.”

This project is funded by a WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant.