Amato's Wholesale Florists


Amato's Wholesale Florists
Amato's Wholesale Florists is listed in the Flower Growers & Shippers category in Denver, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Amato's Wholesale Florists which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Amato's Wholesale Florists on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 74.

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6601 Downing St
Denver, CO 80229
(303) 287-3329
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South American is experiencing major weather issues, which is having a negagtive effect on our floral supply. Quoated from our of our Growers: Colombia – Rain, rain, rain. It has been raining for the last month and a half and it is to the point that the ground is saturated. They have rivers flooding and as you can see in the pictures, there are farms that are taking on water. Ecuador – They also have rain, but they are facing very cold weather as well. The pictures of snow on the mountain top is very rare as that mountain has not had a snow top in 34 years. Please bear with us as we do our best to fulfill your requests. Our friends in South America are doing there best as well. Please send good thoughts to our growers.

Amatos Wholesale Florist added 28 new photos.
Wow ohhh wow what fabulous spring day in the cooler. BORONIA is back in season shout it from the roof tops BORONIA BORONIA BORONIA!!!!

FRIDAY FLOWER SPOTLIGHT Ahhhh Sweet Pea you are so sweet.... Sweet Pea Common Names: Sweet Pea, Lathyrus Botanical Name: Lathyrus (LATH-i-rus) Availability: January through August Vase Life: 3 to 7 days. Storage Temperature: 36-38F Ethylene Sensitive: Yes Description: Distinctive pea-vine type foliage with tendrils. Three to four blossoms of very delicate petals on stems 6 to 8 inches in length branching off from the vine. Colors: White, red, pink, lavender, purple Botanical Facts: The name is Greek for the pea. Design Notes: These wonderful blossoms with their delicate petals and soft fragrance are a favorite for wedding and corsage work. Sweet Peas can be used in arrangements to add mass or as a filler. Commonly used alone in a simple spring vase arrangement. Purchasing Hints: Purchase stems with two blossoms open and buds showing color. Conditioning: Remove all foliage that will be below the water line. Cut under water with a sharp knife. Hydrate in a solution of warm water and commercial floral preservative / floral food for two hours before storage or usage. Source: Floral Design Institute

Amatos Wholesale Florist added 14 new photos — with Bill Hattel Cfd.
A few more photos from the Wedding Design Show this past weekend. Great designs great talent. Thank you Royal Flowers and Design Master for your sponsorship