The sights, the smells, the selection! A trip to the wholesale flower market can feel like a front-of-the-line pass to the best of nature’s bounty any time of year, but especially in the spring. Here’s everything you need to make your next trip a success!
Cash is king at the flower market—but the second most important thing? Being comfortable! Keep your feet happy as you hop from shop to shop, in classic Keds adorned with Rifle Paper Co.'s finest floral pattern.
Reading up before your adventure will help you stay focused among bucketloads of blossoms. In Cut Flower Garden, florist-farmer Erin Benzakein narrows the field so you can peruse with a purpose.
stroll run up and down the aisles, safeguard your stems with a low-maintenance woven bag. This one is extra long to ensure your blooms don't get bent out of place!
Flower market veterans know that the best stems are snatched up before most people are even out of bed. Make getting to the market in the wee hours of the morning easier with a bright and blushing cup of joe.
Tip your (straw) hat to the pollinators that make your spring blossoms bountiful with this too-cute hat. Sure, many flower meccas are indoors, but if you didn't document the trip with a photo of yourself in a playful sun hat on Instagram, did you really go to the flower market?
When dog-friendly (and not too crowded), the flower market can be a sensory extravaganza for your pup. Put a spring in Fido’s step with a colorful striped leash and match your best bud to your, well...buds!
Depending on how early you arrive, you may be driving a truck-load of flowers away as the sun rises. Throw oversized sunnies on and hit the road looking (and smelling) unbe-leaf-ably good.
The hustle and bustle of a busy flower market can make you break out in a sweat. Spray an even layer of this beauty guru-approved facial mist to refresh, reset, and keep on pluckin'.
Wherever you tie it off—around your bag, hair, or neck—this bandana doesn't compromise utility or comfort for flowering beauty. Wear it as you plant, prune, and shear your buds in the garden post-trip.
Spring brings rain, but even if showers aren't in the forecast, bringing a jacket isn't a bad idea. Heat makes flowers wilt, so indoor shops will be kept in cooler conditions to keep their bunches healthy, happy, and bright.
Whether you're towing kids or a garden's worth of flowers, a light and durable wagon can help the luscious load! Try the iconic Radio Flyer—this spruced up edition offers a smooth ride thanks to brawny tires and easy steering.