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Flowers in Lompoc ?

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Flowers in Lompoc ?

Are there flowers in Lompoc this time of the year ?

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1. Re: Flowers in Lompoc ?

Well, of course there are. Is your question some sort of code or something? Chuck...

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2. Re: Flowers in Lompoc ?

Lompoc is well known for its flower festival held, I believe in June. This region grows many of the flowers sold to florists in this country.

I suggest checking out Lompoc's chamber of commerce website. You might get an answer there. Or you could contact them through email to see if the fields are still abloom..

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3. Re: Flowers in Lompoc ?

You may want to check with some of the flower seed companies in the Lompoc area to see if they offer tours. One that comes to mind is http://www.bodger.com/

The Bodger seed company grew national attention when they planted the huge american flag after 9/11

photo here: just4kidsmagazine.com/beacon4god/FlowerFlag.…

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4. Re: Flowers in Lompoc ?

Thanks for your comments. I was wanting to see if I could see any flowers when I visit there in the near future. Thanks for the info !

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