New flowers arrive every day at Walter Knoll Florist. We purchase from over 100 vendors locally, nationally and internationally. We track the performance of each of our vendors and the types of flowers that we are buying from them. We also grow some varieties ourselves. To achieve a world-class product we control the treatment of our flowers from the grower right from point they are harvested, packed, pre-cooled, and shipped. We only use vendors that preserve the Cold Chain. When flowers arrive they are processed in our state of the art center. We treat flowers as a chef would prepare fine foods. We keep them in an aseptic (sterile) environment. Anything that touches our flowers is kept clean and disinfected, including cutting tools, coolers, table services and buckets. Our coolers are computer controlled so that we can control the temperature to a tenth of a degree and the humidity to 1%. We professionally hydrate with special RO or reverse osmosis water that is so pure it is used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.
We clean the stems and remove extra foliage by hand with care; we cut flowers with our state of the art underwater cutting system to make sure the stems are free of debris, bacteria and air embolisms. We use the Pokon-Crystal™ system of cold hydration, preservation, processing and nutrition imported directly from Holland. Our flowers are in a controlled environment, even when being designed, with special open-air coolers. Our flower processing crew works every morning very early to assure that our designers and you our customers have the best product available.
1) A Walter Knoll Florist E-Code, sometimes called E-Voucher. This has a number that is given you normally on an email but it could be printed on something else. It is only good for your account (email address) and must be used online over the web for shopping at wkf.com.
2) A Walter Knoll Florist coupon. This can be used over the phone, on the web or in person. On the web you simply enter the promo code at check out. In person you hand to coupon to the sales person at the time of sale. On the phone you place the order and then mail the coupon in and we will credit your account or credit card number upon receipt.
2) The promotion code has expired.
3) It has already been used.