Welcome to Kandi's Flower Market

Where Flowers Come Alive

3930 300th Street Graettinger, Iowa 51342

2 miles south of Graettinger, then 2 1/2 miles west on 300th Street




Kandi's Flower Market has a wide selection of perennials, annuals, bedding plants, hanging baskets and vegetables. We take pride in the wide selection of new varieties we grow every year and all the old favorites too. Kandi's Flower Market grows many of its plants from seed while others are grown from cuttings. We value the ability to have grown almost everything right here on the farm.

We have recently expanded into cut flower arrangements for all occassions. You can stop at our Graettinger location just off main street in Graettinger or give us a call at 712-859-3597 or 712-298-2676. We can do funerals, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, new baby, prom/graduation or any time flowers would add something special to your occasion.

New Perennials for 2012

Echinacea 'PowWow Wild Berry"; Hosta "Rainbow's End"; Lily Fata Morgana; Hosta TRex; Veroica Blue Bomb; Gaultheria winterberry; Boomerang Lilac
four inch pots

New 4 1/2 Annuals for 2012

Lobularia Sliver Stream, Colocasia Coffee Cup, Petunia Silver Vein, Scaevola Yellow, Alternanthera MaiTai, Hibiscus Mahogany Splendor, Osteospurnum 3D Purple

New Bedding Plants 2012

Gomphrena Fireworks, Marigold Mr. Majestic, Dianthus Diana, Euphorbia Snow Top, Ornamental Mustard

Any Questions about these new varieties? Don't see the variety you want? We have many more varieties of annuals and perennials. Just call or email at address below to find out.

hanging baskets

Tips for the Gardener

Did the cold weather mess up some of your perennials? Do they look black or just not very good after the frost? Most perennials will not be killed by a frost. The foliage that was damaged will not come back so just trim off the bad leaves and let new growth take its place. Perennials can also be divided now. Know that they might not root down well until the weather warms up a bit so you need to pay very close attention to them if it is going to frost again. Also, any spring blooming perennial that is divided now may not bloom as well this spring.

floralFloral order

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