Eufloria Roses – grown in the USA!

Well since Chad let the cat out of the bag (thanks, Chad) I guess I’ll go ahead and tell you all about an exciting change in product coming to Smiths Flowers beginning April first.  Smith’s is partnering with Eufloria Flowers, one of the very few premiere rose growers still growing in the United States.  Eufloria is located in Nipomo California and it’s roots go back to mid-nineteenth century Denmark.  eufloriar_logo_4-07You’ll be seeing this logo a lot around Smith’s and in our coolers.  We are changing from our current (non-USA) rose supplier, to offering Eufloris Roses exclusively.  Likewise, we will be the only florist in Midland offering these superior roses to our customers.  Through our volume buying, we are able to offer you these awesome roses at our regular price, not only providing a higher quality rose, but a better value to our customer.


The colors are exquisit and based on our weekely shipping systems we can special order as little as one bunch of a specific color of rose to fit any need you may have.  Eufloria Roses are shipped in water to Smiths, not dry packed in a box like other roses.  Shipping in water is more expensive, but we feel the expense is worth it to give our customers a product that’s never allowed to dehydrate like other roses are when shipped in a box for a week or more before they get to the local florist.

whiteWhites that range from a creamy soft white, to bright, brilliant pure whites.

hotPinks that jump off the page, and come in a variety of shades.

blushingbrideAnd pinks, that are soft, perfect for bridal bouquetts and flower girl baskets.

sweetAs you can see, Eufloria has many quality roses we’ll be showcasing over the next couple months as we bring in weekly shipments, we’ll be changing the varieties weekly for a while to be able to show you all the colors and types available.  Stop in the store often over the next few weeks and have a look at this exciting change to our fresh flower offering.  I’m sure you’ll fall in love with Eufloris, just as we have.

Eufloria is coming to Smith’s!

Keep an eye on our blog and web site as well as the sign in front of the store!

Eufloria is coming to Smith’s starting April first.  Eufloria is the premiere product in their product line and will give Smith’s customers a much richer, more abundant experience with no added cost over our current offering.

We’ll post up some images as soon as they are available!

Stay tuned…

Spring Flowers!!!

Yea!  We love this time of year… bust off Old Man Winter and get that first fresh breath of Spring.

And with the approaching renewal of the Earth, the first hint of Springs arrival come Tulips, Iris, Daffodils, Larkspur and more… bright, vibrant colors to brighten the mood, senses and any de’cor.

Smiths Flowers, in Midland MI is fully stocked, with fresh shipments coming in every day.  Tulips in 10-15 colors, grown in Virginia.  These Tulips rival even the best Europe has to offer.  Vibrant colors, 12-14″ stems and they last.  I have honestly had them on the kitchen counter for a week or more.

Telstar Iris in purple, blue, yellow and white are awesome too.  Snap Dragons in white, yellow, pink and burgandy, grown in Canada are a delight.  Long sturdy stems, large flower heads and again they last very well.

We are constantly sourcing new products and suppliers to offer you the best possible quality at the best possible prices.  Yes others may sell for less, and yes there truly is a difference in the quality available, but we feel we would rather pay a little more, and get a higher quality product than to cut corners and costs and end up with poor quality, short lived flowers.

Keep an eye on our blog, we’re currently testing a new rose supplier, one we worked with several years ago.  We are planning on a shift to their very high quality roses in the next couple weeks if everything works out.  They offer many, many colors.  8-9 reds alone, 7-8 yellows and many more.  They are one of, if not the last commercial rose grower in the United States, and they do a fantastic job having been around for more than 70 years.  We’ll bring you updates as soon as plans are set.

Thanks for loking in today, we’re glad you’re here, and hope you have an enjoyable Spring!