J. Foss Garden Flowers

J.Foss Garden Flowers is a small farm located near the Newaukum River near Onalaska. We sell locally grown seasonal flowers, many unusal types that are rare and hard to find in florist shops. We have a large collection of vintage cut flower chrysanthemums in the fall. Our flowers are sold at our farm stand on Highway 508, and at the Chehalis Farmers Market on Tuesdays, downtown Chehalis, and the Woodland Farmers Market on Friday evenings. Our flowers are fun and interesting, special flowers, for everyday and for parties and events. We have garden roses, calla's, dahlias, many perennials, annuals, bulbs, and branches. Pussywillows begin the season in January, and Chrysanthemums end the season in November we have a plethora of flowers throughout the summer.

Listing last updated on Sep 8, 2010

Beautiful cut flowers which are fresh, local, and healthy, cut in the ideal stage, and conditions to last. Pussywillows, daffodils, calla lilys, garden roses, sweet peas, cosmos, zinnias, delphinium, ninebark, astrantia, hypericum, saponaria, Lady's Mantle, Campanulas, grasses, ornamental wheat, sunflowers, gentiana, scabiosa, dahlias, chrysanthemums. Our most important feature is the mass of variety we grow. We have beautiful flowers for weddings and events.

Schedule and Location:

Community Farmers Market , Chehalis, Boisfort Street Tuesday Noon to 5pm
Centralia Farmers Market, downtown Fridays, 9pm to 3pm May through Sept.

Schedule and Location:

1243 State Route 508, Chehalis WA. 98532

Fresh cut flowers, Sunflowers, Amazon Neon Dianthus, Nicotina green envy, dahlias, Zinnias, pholx and much more.
available locally only.

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