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Doing Mother's Day Right

May 03, 2016

Doing Mother's Day Right

You care enough to buy (or consider buying) clothes made right, so why wouldn't you get your mother something for Mother's Day that's also made right?

Flowers are a classic Mother's Day token of appreciate for women who made us who we are today. If you want to gift mom a bouquet of flowers that was made with the same level of care that your mother gave to you, we found a few gems that will make this upcoming Sunday fantastic:

1. Winston Flowers 

Winston Flowers is a New England staple that started on Boston's Newbury street in 1944. Today, Winston Flowers is focused on sourcing the highest quality product from around the globe. Not only do they look for the best-in-class flowers, they source direct from farmers, reduce their carbon footprint by shipping flowers on commercial planes, and support local growers whenever possible.

2. Falls Flowers

A fellow Benefit Corporation, Falls Flowers integrates sustainable practices into everything from recycled ribbons and waxed paper to cardboard wrapping. They recycle and/or compost all but one kitchen sized bag of trash per week and nearly half of their flowers are either locally sourced or organically certified.

3. Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers provides US-grown flowers to support local businesses and minimize the environmental impact.

4. Slow Flowers

Slow Flowers is an online directory to help you find florists, supermarket flower departments, and flower farmers who are committed to using American grown flowers.

5. Bouqs

Bouqs sources from partners that respect and care for the environment and their employees. Their farms practice sustainable, eco-friendly farming, and cut only what is sold. Their partners offer competitive, living wages and services like on-site child and healthcare, and adult education.



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