Sourced for Good Tulips
A simple purchase can help make a big impact. Look for the Sourced for Good seal on our tulips and a variety of other products that support workers, communities and the environment. Read on to discover some of the ways our supplier collaborators are contributing toward initiatives that matter, like raising worker welfare.
King George, VA
Certifier: Fair Food Program
A relationship 13 years strong and counting.
In 2020, Bloomia became the first flower farm in the U.S. to be certified by the Fair Food Program. That means sales of Bloomia tulips directly benefit the farmworkers who plant and harvest them. With wages well above the Virginia minimum, a biweekly performance premium and 24/7 support line designed to give farmworkers a platform for voicing working conditions, these blooms don’t just look beautiful — they do something beautiful too.
Sun Valley Group
Certifier: Rainforest Alliance
One of our first large-scale suppliers of tulips.
Nestled in the hills and fog of northern California, Sun Valley Group’s ideal tulip-growing conditions translate into supporting environmental stewardship, too. As the first flower farm in the U.S. to be certified by the Rainforest Alliance — their sustainability initiatives include water conservation through drip-tape irrigation and steam sterilization to sanitize and reuse soil. All of these practices produce their quality flowers with vibrant colors and long-lasting petals.
Our Sourced for Good Program
Sourced for Good is more than just tulips. From bell peppers to pineapples to bananas and more — get the big picture impact of the investments each purchase helps drive.