Did You Know?

Monday, March 14, 2011 1:32 PM by Bre Greenman

Daffodils were introduced to the Puyallup Valley around 1925 to replace the dying hop industry. Since then, the industry has found a lucrative market in cut flowers selling more than 20 million Daffodil buds, 8 million Tulip buds and 1 million Iris buds each year.
Author: Bre Greenman


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