Are you passionate about supporting NZ grown initiatives? Do you want to take a piece of your own NZ flower and foliage home? The easiest way to help support the domestic flower industry is to simply buy NZ grown!
Discover the beauty and fragrance of locally-grown flowers and foliage. By choosing NZ grown flowers and foliage you will be supporting local industry and getting the best of what's in season.
You can buy New Zealand-grown flowers and foliage from all flower retailers across the country. Check out a list of our certified NFPG members by clicking on the button below.Find a florist
We have worked with top florists around NZ to design special edition bouquets, created exclusively for NZ Flowers Week 2019. Get yours today!
New Zealand flower growers have been under pressure in recent years to compete with an ever expanding market for imported flowers and foliage. The history of domestic production is long and rich, we don’t want to see such an important area of commerce die out.
To flower retailers, NZ flowers and foliage are enjoying a long-‐ awaited resurgence in support.
We want to encourage that support and help to educate the NZ consumer on what really happens ‘behind-the-scenes’ of the industry, so to speak.
This year, we are calling on all flower retailers nationwide to get behind the campaign. Our NZ Flowers Week toolkit, packed with inspirational ideas and materials for NZ Flowers Week events and activities, has been specially designed to help you get the most out of the week.View Toolkit
New Zealand Grown flowers and foliage should be enjoyed year-round but especially during their peak seasons of spring and summer when production is high and therefore availability increases.
We hope to encourage Growers, wholesalers, florists and the NZ consumer to become more passionate than ever about local and seasonal flowers.
NZ Flowers Week is a chance for everyone to show their support for locally grown and to celebrate the very best of domestic flowers and foliage.
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