Upcycled Farm founders Racheal Cummings, left, and Rebekka Nicholson, who are also sisters, create signs and decorations out of wood from daffodil bulb crates. When the sisters’ great-grandparents retired from their daffodil and tulip farm in the Puyallup area in 2002, the pair rescued many old bulb boxes.
Upcycled Farm founders Racheal Cummings, left, and Rebekka Nicholson, who are also sisters, create signs and decorations out of wood from daffodil bulb crates. When the sisters’ great-grandparents retired from their daffodil and tulip farm in the Puyallup area in 2002, the pair rescued many old bulb boxes. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Upcycled Farm founders Racheal Cummings, left, and Rebekka Nicholson, who are also sisters, create signs and decorations out of wood from daffodil bulb crates. When the sisters’ great-grandparents retired from their daffodil and tulip farm in the Puyallup area in 2002, the pair rescued many old bulb boxes. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Puyallup-area sisters give new life to old flower bulb crates left behind from family farm

March 01, 2017 09:24 AM

UPDATED March 08, 2017 10:22 AM

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