The Len Busch customer base includes florists in Minnesota, North and South Dakotas, Iowa, Montana, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
"Minnesota Grown and Wildly Fragrant"
The Slow Flowers Summit has been invited to spend the afternoon of Tuesday, July 2nd, at Len Busch Roses.
With the tagline: "Minnesota Grown and Wildly Fragrant," Len Busch Roses is the only remaining major commercial grower of roses and other cut flowers in the central part of the U.S.
Len Busch is a diversified U.S. flower farm. In addition to growing hybrid tea and spray roses, the farm produces alstroemeria, lilies, tulips, snapdragons, gerberas and potted flowering plants — more than 7 million stems and pots are grown annually under 15 acres of greenhouses.
Roses in bud at Len Busch Roses’ greenhouses in Plymouth, Minnesota
ENJOY this special bonus tour on Tuesday Afternoon before we wrap up the Slow Flowers Summit. When you register, please RSVP for the Len Busch Roses Tour.
Box lunches will be provided by Longfield Gardens! Bus transportation is provided by Len Busch Roses, to/from Twin Cities Flower Exchange.