What You'll Get
If flowers stopped growing, bees would have no way to make honey and little girls at weddings would walk down the aisle tossing handfuls of tree bark. Smell the roses with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Bulk Flowers and Custom Arrangements
Customers bundle self-styled seasonal bouquets and bulk flowers, such as daisies ($5/bunch), alstroemeria ($6.50/bunch), and roses ($17+ for two dozen).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Delivery available within 15mi of 95354. Delivery fee not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fresh Ideas Flower Company
For Fresh Ideas owner Derik Bakker, flowers are more than just petals and stems. “They stir something,” he explains. “It’s not a ream of paper or a T-shirt. It’s something far more personal.” That stirring is why, three times a week, Bakker’s team pilots a refrigerated truck more than 100 miles to pluck the freshest farm-grown coastal buds. Directly sourcing flowers allows Fresh Ideas to keep prices down and also increases its flexibility when filling orders. Bakker can provide hundreds of flowers in bulk to clients 50 miles away while still handcrafting small floral arrangements for locals.
The unique nature of Bakker’s business also allows for a more personal interaction with clients. Unlike larger companies that are forced to interrelate with impersonal 1-800 numbers, Fresh Ideas staffs floral specialists who go over colors with clients, offering suggestions. They can even special order out-of-season flowers from as far away as South America or the secret NASA greenhouses on the moon.
This attentiveness has made the company a popular arrangement source for area restaurants and markets, and anyone who sets foot on the grounds can see that Bakker's passion runs deep. He and his 17-year-old daughter––coincidentally named Sarah Rose––have spent the last year planting seeds by hand in their own onsite sunflower garden. He tells those who ask that they grew the blooms "the old-fashioned way"—the same way he's grown his business.