Who Is Celebrating Peonies In February? Alaska!

Flower Farmers Beth and Rita Jo Wave the American Grown Flag During Annual Parade

Alaskan peony farmers Beth Van Sandt (left) and Rita Jo Shoultz showed their pride for American Grown Flowers during this year’s Homer Winter Carnival Parade.

Flower farmers Beth Van Sandt and Rita Jo Schoultz shared their pride in American Grown Flowers during this year’s annual Winter Carnival Parade in Homer, Alaska. Despite the cold and snow, the two made sure their community, known as the “City of Peonies,” had a flower-filled entry in the parade.

I loved seeing the creative use of branding on their “parade float,” and I’m sure it caught a lot of attention as they headed down the parade route.

The American Grown Field to Vase Dinner arrives in the City of Peonies on July 29 this year. It also looks like that dinner may be the first dinner to sell out this year, and for good reason. If you’re planning to go to Alaska in the summer, reserve your seat at the table now. This is a dinner you won’t want to miss, and you certainly don’t want to miss it because you couldn’t catch a flight in.

The City of Peonies … it’s going to be beautiful and I hope to see you there on the farm.

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