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Star Valley Flowers John Zehrer and Phil Mueller Star Valley, WI One source of pride for Star Valley Flowers is that they harvest and cut fresh flowers all year– even during the cold, snowy months – without the use of a greenhouse. Star Valley reduces its carbon footprint by foregoing the use of greenhouses. Not only is their environmental impact important, so is a customer’s reaction to their flowers. They hope customers consider their flowers to be interesting, long lasting, traceable, and cared for along the way by somebody who loves flowers. To see more interesting tidbits on Star Valley Flowers, enjoy this short video.

Don’t live close enough to experience these flowers yourself? We’ve got local vendors all around the country growing great flowers like these. Check your local store for what’s available in your neck of the woods.

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Bonnie Glasbrenner says …

My son is getting married in August in Downers Grove, IL. I was wondering if you could supply some of the fresh flowers for this event from a Whole Foods store near him. Your flowers looked beautiful in the video. I wanted hydrangeas in a light blue and ivory colors if possible. Do you also have lilacs in an ivory or white color? Would I order directly from you or through the particular store? Thank you, I'm in Ohio and trying to put things together from long distance. Any help you could provide me is appreciated. Could you include an example of prices, please?

Bepkom says …

@Bonnie: Thank you for your interest in our flowers, however our products are available only in our stores. Most of our stores can easily accommodate orders for weddings so I suggest contacting the location that's closest to Downers Grove. They'll be able to give you pricing as well. Here's a list of all our Chicago area locations. http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/illinois/