Searching through an old dictionary to be inspired for a business name, I stumbled upon Moss Pink, definition reading "carpet like mass of flowers". Coming from a family of carpet layers I found this a perfect match. Moss Pink, also known as "pinks" is in the family of Phlox Subulata, indeed grows above the alpine tundra line at Rocky Mountain National Park!


Cuts + Cymbidium Orchid,  Hydrangea Lisianthus, Tulip, Freesia, Dahlia, Scabiosa, Gerbers, Rose, Monarda, Hellebores, Black Eye Susan, Delphinium, Asclepias, Nerine Lily

Botanicals + Amaranthus, Ming Fern, Dusty Miller, Chinaberry, Astilbe, Chocolate Lace, Colorado Lace, Statice, Snow on the Mountain, Trachellium, Yarrow, Rosemary, Sage, Pennycress, Echinops, Gomphrena, Chili Peppers, Pincushion Protea, Sedum, Ninebark, Grevillea



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