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Terra Bella Flowers

7321 Greenwood Ave N
 
http://www.terrabellaflowers.com/
Ph: 206-783-0205



 

Partner Description

We take our inspiration from the nearby woodlands where we collect moss covered branches, fallen lichen, and mushroom fronds. From the Skagit Valley, where jewel toned blooms are combined with soft grasses and berry laden branches. And from the great Dutch masters, who knew how to imperfectly combine flowers in a vase to create timeless works of art. Our flowers are responsibly sourced from farms that use sustainable, salmon safe, and organic practices. We source locally whenever possible, but also support South American growers with organic and fair trade certifications when drought or other environmental stresses deem it the more sustainable choice. We stay extremely current to environmental conditions such as drought, available natural resources and operational costs in order to reduce the overall impact on our environment. We think Locally and Globally. Meander through our galleria, and if you would like to personally smell the blossoms, fondle the foliage, and meet the designers, please visit us at one of our retail locations. We can be found in the heart of the Greenwood/Phinney Ridge neighborhood just north of the Woodland Park Zoo and at the downtown Seattle Nordstrom. Melissa Feveyear, the visionary of Terra Bella Flowers, combines her obsession with all things rooting with her background in Environmental Studies/Hazardous Waste Management. After working in the field and becoming aware of the amount of pesticides used in the production of cut flowers, Melissa couldn’t consciously support the conventional side of the floral industry. She created Terra Bella Flowers to prove that the business of flowers can be a beautiful thing - from the time the seed is planted until they arrive at your door. Melissa's story can be read in 'The 50 Mile Bouquet' by Debra Prinzing; a book which speaks on the slow flower movement. She is a founding member of The Seattle Wholesale Growers Market, the first cooperative market place for local flower growers.

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