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Anemones are a seasonal item - their true season is typically in the colder months leading up to Spring (January thru May). Once the warmer months hit we have to rely on importing from afar, which bares many risks. Agriculture restrictions, quality concerns and market pricing are 3 major factors to consider when bringing in Anemones by way of import.
The price points of these little beasts can skyrocket and fluctuate immensely. It’s a risk bringing in such a high priced item when it is unknown whether or not they will arrive alive, and then there comes quality concerns. Think about it -this little bunch of fragile anemones are being grown afar, cut, packed, displayed at auction, inspected, repacked again and shipped across the countries abroad. They arrive to us at wholesale level and have to go through intense agriculture screening once again before being released for sale and that is IF they get released! On occasion agriculture will yank this item due to infestation of a parasite or some other potentially harmful bacteria. This can wreck havoc on other flowers and spread to other things that could end up becoming invasive to local native product.