Seasonal Color Growers

Providing quality annuals and perennials for landscape professionals since 1999

Rudbeckia Tiger Eye Gold

Cheerful and sunny in any garden.

Hot Summer Color!!

Begonia Whopper Bronze Leaf Rose, Duranta, Angelonia Serenita Purple, Colocasia Black Magic

Zinnia Profusion Double Deep Salmon

This beautiful Zinnia works almost anywhere.

Caladium Rose Bud

Beautiful rose pink centers with strong green margins. Great focal point for beds or containers.

Angelonia Archangel Dark Rose

This Angelonia really brightens the space. It's Pink Perfection!

Caladium Lemon Blush

Brighten semi-shaded locations with this beautiful caladium. Morning sun and afternoon shade is best.

Colors of Summer

Begonia Big Bronze Leaf Rose, Lantana Lucky Sunrise Rose, Salvia Wendy's Wish

Coleus Trusty Rusty

A strong, sturdy coleus with fiery orange color. Love the gold edge.

Rudbeckia Denver Daisy

It's hard to resist the cheerful nature of this bright and bold flower.

Vinca Cora Cascade Strawberry

An amazing, trailing vinca that is perfect for containers!

Caladium Raspberry Moon

One of our Favorites. Beautiful with Pentas Lipstick.
2015 Flintwood Farms Customer Appreciation Day & Open House
Flintwood Farms Annual Customer Appreciation Day & Open House
February 17, 2016
Open to all Landscape Professionals

A Time of Thanksgiving and Hope

This time of year we always want to look back and reflect on the relationships with our clients, friends and family, the progress of the year, and the upcoming season ahead. Our family at Flintwood Farms is truly grateful for each and every one of you whom we count as great friends and family to us. Our year has been one of many blessings as we hope yours has too. And, the new season ahead is filled with Hope and anticipation of great opportunities at the first sign of spring..

We wish you a wonderful holiday season and pray that God will bless you all indeed.

Merry Christmas!
Sara Contact us today for more information or to set up an account.

Phone: (770) 461-4643
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    By Jenni on Wednesday, March 12, 2014
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    By Jenni on Thursday, February 20, 2014
    If you missed the Open House this year you missed a great opportunity for Leadership Development. Chris Holdorf really inspired us all to look at our businesses and marketing in a much different light. Storytelling - a way to engage and connect with your audience and to inspire enthusiasm in your team. Take a step toward developing your own leadership …

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