In full bloom

There’s nothing like a bunch of blooms to stimulate the senses. Opting to purchase from local farm-totable businesses often means you’re plucking stems direct from the New Zealand countryside. Knowing their origin ensures peace of mind for a piece of the outdoors you’ll introduce to your home. But as global importation and exportation of flowers rise, increased pressure on the local flower industry means growers are looking towards alternate ways to focus on a sustainable future. To learn more, we meet local Kiwi growers who are passionate about their craft.

Support local businesses at NZ Flowers Week 4–10 November 2019

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