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Harley's Picks

Harley, our adorable West Highland White Terrier sadly is no longer with us.  He crossed over the rainbow bridge peacefully in his sleep.  We will continue to feature Harley's Picks in his honor.  He will always be the official Floral Guru for us here at Jolly Lane Floral.  Each month Harley has highlighted our arrangements and we will continue to offer you the best bang for your buck with the freshest seasonal flowers and the most vibrant blossoms.  So don't be saddened as Harley is still with us in memory and he will still help to unleash a little beauty into the world!  As spring is officially here we are ready to spread some happiness with our most recent Harley's Picks!

Jolly Lane Floral's Simply The Best


Simply stated but will let your assistant know they are simply the best!

This adorable little clay pot featuring a bright gerbera daisy is sure to bring a smile.

Jolly Lane Floral's For All You Do Bouquet


Don't forget to tell your assistant thanks for all they do.

Jolly Lane Floral's European Garden


This European garden of live plants features an African violet and will grow with your appreciation of your assistant for all they do.

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Support American Flower Growers through your local florist Jolly Lane Floral!

Have you ever wondered where those flowers that you plan to send your loved one came from?

As we become more aware of the benefits of eating healthier and where our food is grown, we should also consider where our lovely flowers come from.  Flower cultivation is an extremely important industry.  Like traditional farmers who grow our food there are flower growers in nearly every state.  Like all other famers, flower growers continue to struggle to make a living doing what they love while competing against foreign markets.

So...where do our flowers come from?

Of the $13 billion dollars of flowers sold in America 82% are imported.

The majority of the flowers imported into the United States are from Ecuador, Colombia, Holland and Kenya.  California is our leading producer of fresh cut flowers in America.

Jolly Lane Floral believes in supporting American Flower Growers.  We take every opportunity to buy flowers grown in the United States.  In doing so, our goal is to provide the freshest cut flowers with unbeatable quality while helping to support our growers here in America.

With that in mind, we also try to buy more local.  Our preferred grower where we receive the most of our locally grown flowers is Len Busch Roses, built by a family more that 50 years ago, in Plymouth, MN.  The Busch family continues to strive to provide quality flowers for the florist which is then passed on to you the customer.  Although some crops have changed over the years, the focus is still on their own crops including Roses, Alstroemeria, Lilies, Snapdragons and Gerbera Daisies.

Next time you order flowers, remember the best quality and satisfaction can be found locally.  Call your local Rapid City Florist, Jolly Lane Floral knowing we are committed to offering you service and excellence while continuing to support our American Flower Industry.

Don't live in town?  Simply can't get away to deliver the flowers yourself?  Jolly Lane Floral offers same day floral delivery to the surrounding area—even for those that are miles away.

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Spring floral arrangements and spring trends to watch

As we work our way through the many spring holidays and special occasions we turn our attention to the new and upcoming spring trends.  Warmer weather brings the rebirth of spring and the excitement of spending time outdoors.  With that in mind, however, the tease of splendid spring days is not always right around the corner.  Until we can be sure that the cold is ready to stay away until next year you may some need some fresh flowers to tide you over.

There have been color shifts in our spring floral arrangements trends for spring.  The bright pure tones are a bit more muted. It’s as though we are cleansing our palette.  These hues calm and the “it” colors of the New Year, have gray undertones.  They can be said to be mature shades that can be interpreted as sophisticated and can be used to design clean contemporary spring floral arrangements.   It is being referenced as a “springtime” shade but is surprisingly complex and flexible.


How to Lengthen the Life
of Your Arrangement

A little extra care can make a big difference for any size flower arrangement or fresh flower bouquet.

"You are only young once, but you can stay immature indefinitely."
- Ogden Nash