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Bergen Passaic Florist Association Photo 1942
Len and Anna Levy (lower right) attend the Bergen Passaic Florists Association Dinner in 1942
Eric Levy helped move an orchid grower from Brooklyn to NJ in the 1930s
Bergen Passaic Florist Association Photo 1942
Len and Anna Levy (lower right) attend the Bergen Passaic Florists Association Dinner in 1942
Eric Levy helped move an orchid grower from Brooklyn to NJ in the 1930s
Bergen Passaic Florist Association Photo 1942
This article documented our move from Park Ridge to Paramus. 1970s
Eric and Doug working in the greenhouse
Eric Levy, helped move an orchid grower from Brooklyn to NJ in the 1930’s.
This article documented our move from Park Ridge to Paramus. 1970s
Eric and Doug working in the greenhouse
Grading and bunching cut flowers, during the 40’s.
Our delivery fleet, circa 1970’s
Doug and Gregg visiting customers, 1970s.
Grading and bunching cut flowers, during the 40’s.
Our delivery fleet, circa 1970’s
Doug and Gregg visiting customers, 1970s.
Our Founder, Eric Levy, with an early delivery van in the 1940’s.
Doug and Len wearing the salespeople “red jackets” that we wore up until the 1980s.
Eric Levy, now the current President of Hillcrest Garden, in a light hearted moment with Mary M. and longtime Office Manager, Carolyn S.
Our Founder, Eric Levy, with an early delivery van in the 1940’s
Doug and Len wearing the salespeople “red jackets” that we wore up until the 1980s.
Eric Levy, now the current President of Hillcrest Garden, in a light hearted moment with Mary M. and longtime Office Manager, Carolyn S.
Eric Levy next to his delivery station wagon, 1940s.
First supply department, 1970’s
Doug Mathez was an expert at packing orchids for delivery.
Eric Levy next to his delivery station wagon, 1940s.
First supply department, 1970’s
.Doug Mathez was an expert at packing orchids for delivery.
Len Levy (top) in flower fields as a youngster. Late 1930s.
Our Past President, Leonard Levy, second generation owner, behind his desk, 1970s.
Our Park Ridge location only has 3 bay doors. 1960s
Len Levy (top) in flower fields as a youngster. Late 1930s.
Our Past President, Leonard Levy, second generation owner, behind his desk, 1970s.
Our Park Ridge location only has 3 bay doors. 1960s
Len Levy, second from left.  As you can guess he did not enjoy greenhouse life too much. 1950s.
Making palm cross bases. 1980s
1960’s Hillcrest Garden delivery vehicle.
Len Levy, second from left.  As you can guess he did not enjoy greenhouse life too much. 1950s.
Making palm cross bases. 1980s
1960’s Hillcrest Garden delivery vehicle.
1970s – Our Cut Flower sales bullpen.
Three generations of family ownership at Hillcrest Garden.
 
1970s – Our Cut Flower sales bullpen.
Three generations of family ownership at Hillcrest Garden.