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The Simple Way This Super-Efficient Florist Saved Itself Even More Time

Say goodbye to wasted time and hassle.
Christina Stembel of Farmgirl Flowers Source: Photograph by Melissa Kaseman

is designed for minimal fuss. It offers just one floral arrangement per day -- as opposed to, say, selling single roses or carnations -- which keeps flower waste at less than 1 percent, rather than the industry norm of 40 percent. And founder Christina Stembel handles, forms had to be filled out by hand, and vendor were sent back and forth with messengers. Isn’t there a better way? 

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