Orange County, California – “Bellflower” is a California fruit-producing region located in Northern California, in the central valley, between Los Angeles and San Diego.
The county is home to a diverse and growing collection of fruit and vegetable gardens, as well as a number of small agricultural businesses, including farmers markets, flower shops, grocery stores, and a few restaurants and shops.
According to the county’s website, “the Orange County Agriculture Department has received an estimated $8.8 million in revenue since 2002 and $6.4 million in sales over the past two years.
We also have a long history of environmental stewardship and community involvement.”
A Bellflower website says that “a plant like the rose that grows in Bellflower will last a lifetime. “
Bellflowers are a major source of the food that sustains us and provides our local economy with a steady stream of income,” it said.
A Bellflower website says that “a plant like the rose that grows in Bellflower will last a lifetime.
It can grow as tall as 40 feet, grow from a seed to the point of harvest and then flower again.”
A website titled “How to Get Started in Orange County’s Recycled Logo” explains how to apply for a green logo.
“In order to be considered for a recycled logo, we require a business to be certified as a Certified Recycler.
This means that the business has successfully reduced or eliminated one or more of the useable land and/or land use impacts of the product,” it reads.
For more information, visit Orange County Recreation and Development’s website.