Flowers With Impact
Quik’s Farm, Prest Road, Chilliwack, BC
The Homestead! The Prest Road facility just off Highway 1 in Chilliwack is where it all started. This is where founder and visionary, Harry Quik envisioned a new opportunity in fresh-cut flowers all the way back in 1990. That vision remains strong and steady today. The Prest Road homestead location now produces year-round crops of cut Spraymums, Disbud Mums, Oriental Lilies, Alstromeria, and Lisianthus all destined for the wholesale market. It is also home to our Floral Shop, which provides customers with beautiful handmade bouquets and other giftware. This 10-acre facility is well situated and geared to produce the best of the best for the discerning floral buyer.
Quik’s Farm, McSween Road, Chilliwack, BC
The Quik’s Farm Fairfield Island location at McSween Road in Chilliwack was opened in 2017 as part of Quik’s Farms’ ever-evolving mass market program. The new state-of-the-art greenhouses are geared primarily to the intensive, high-density production of Spraymum and Santini crops tailored towards the mass production of bouquets and consumer bunches. With a fully functioning corporate sales and marketing office, Western Canadian retailers can rest assured that their floral displays are always filled with the freshest flowers for maximum sales results. Relying on both local and international grower partnerships, the McSween facility has the capacity to turn every floral vision into reality.
QFresh Floral Logistics, Airdrie, Alberta
Quik’s Farm strongly believes in vertical integration throughout its business processes. Key to this integration is the in-house control of the logistics process. The QFresh facility, opened in 2021 and situated just north of Calgary is strategically located to enhance the supply and service component of Quik’s Farm Ltd. Primarily located as a key logistics hub, this location houses a 15,000 square foot temperature-controlled warehouse with capacity to process last minute orders and service the floral needs of any floral customer in the Alberta region.