Searching through an old dictionary to be inspired for a business name, I stumbled upon Moss Pink, definition reading "carpet like mass of flowers". Coming from a family of carpet layers I found this a perfect match. Moss Pink, also known as "pinks" is in the family of Phlox Subulata, indeed grows above the alpine tundra line at Rocky Mountain National Park!




We were voted Editor's Choice in 5280's Top of The Town 2014!

{Go check out the magazine now, and a mention online here}


Gorgeous Local cuts -

{Dahlia (pictured above), Snow on the Mountain, Lisianthus}

Cuts +  Asclepias, Pineapple Lily, Nerine Lily, Allium, Cymbidium Orchid, Sunflower, Asiatic Lily, Rose, Crocasmia, Hydrangea, Lisianthus, Blackeye Susan, Dahlia, Ranunculus, Freesia,


Botanicals +  Amaranthus, Dusty Miller, Fantail Willow, Astilbe, Camellia, Blackberry, Lysimachia, Colorado Lace, Bay Leaf, Snow on the Mountain, Plumosus, Millet, Stellata Pods, Mint, Limonium Lavender & Grasses


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