Sunset magazine recently ran an article on spooky plants for Halloween. At the wholesale center we carry several of these plants including venus fly traps, nepenthes, and the crested euphorbia pictured to the left. They make terrific Halloween decorations and are fun plants.
Maybe not as scary as the Euphorbia, but definitely different in their own right are neoregelias. We recently brought in several varieties of these wonderful plants that can be used in arrangements, as house plants, or whatever your imagination can conjure. We have 4” and 6” plants for $6.95 and $12.95 respectively.
Rocket Farms is proud to harvest these incredible orchids this week. Their deep, rich color is absolutely amazing and the glossy shine is all natural. This awesome color makes a great Halloween centerpiece! We have a limited quantity available at the Wholesale Center so please come check them out soon.
That’s right! Our bulk bulbs are almost here and should be hitting the floor any day now. We already distributed the price and availability sheet a couple weeks back, so don’t forget to grab it! Imported from the Netherlands, these Dutch bulbs represent a collection selected from the most popular varieties on the European market. Keep reading to learn more about them.
Here at Rocket Farms we’re always trying to find innovative new products to give our customers an advantage at retail. This means we’re often growing some quantity of new varieties of plants, even as our core range of products is stable. This week we thought we would introduce our readers to a new item that will be available for only a short time: It’s called the Castle® Rose, and it’s a modern type of bouquet rose.
Last week our local newspaper, the Half Moon Bay Review, ran a story on the gains made by the agricultural industry in San Mateo. In it they quote the President of Rocket Farms, Justin Dautoff, on the growth our business has shown recently. For the story’s photo, the Review team used a fantastic photo of our very own Carolyn Killingsworth caring for our newly arrived crop of Garvinea, a type of gerbera.