I had been growing flowers as a hobbyist for nearly thirty years before embarking on my journey as a flower farmer in 2017. For decades, I joyfully gifted these homegrown beauties to family, friends and to the community throughout the growing season. The joy that I received from sharing these flowers was nearly inexplicable; they had become my love language.
In early 2018, I became a graduate of the Floret Small Scale Flower Farm Workshop and with so much incredible support from my husband, son, extended family and close friends, jumped head first into the wild and beautiful world of growing cut flowers.
The "Slow Flower" movement is an important one to me. It intentionally connects locally-grown, in-season flowers, and the growers who tend to the seed-to-bloom process, with those buying the flowers. It is a powerful way to have your purchase directly support the land, the soil, the pollinators, the blooms and the growers.
Everything that leaves our farm is cultivated and cared for right here, including the many accents and fillers which enhance focal blooms. All of my flowers are grown without chemicals, fertilized with organic soil amendments and a fish and kelp foliar fertilizer. Thoughtfully introduced beneficial insects help to reduce pest pressure.
Stems are harvested at the optimum bud stage and typically within twenty-four hours of pick-up/delivery to maximize vase life. Many of these bouquets and bunches, such as ranunculus, snapdragons and lisianthus, will look perfect in a vase for nearly two weeks. The photos included on this website have been captured throughout the last many years of growing and are representative of the diversity of blooms that I offer each season.
Thank you for your support of the local flower movement and of our family farm. I hope to have the opportunity to share my love of flowers with you.