In the beginning...
There was a poorly maintained barn and field. We fixed the early 19th century barn and mowed the field.
Starting a Farm
We began with two perennial rows and two rows of peony tubers as well as some shrubs.
Then help arrived,
in the form of a sweet tractor.
We started with little seeds in soil blocks nestled under grow lights.
Holes were burned and our little seedlings went in.
The Work Continued
More rows were prepped.
We Love Pollinators!
Sustainable farming methods are a mainstay on our farm.
With doses of sunshine, moisture and nutrients — we had flowers!
All our hard work paid off with a beautiful yield!
Enjoying Each Blossom
Collecting our short blooms, we crafted small mason jar bouquets and started selling right next to the barn. Perfect for that "just because" moment in your life.
Check Out Our Bouquets!
These mason jar bouquets on our flower cart were a hit so we plan to offer them each season—make sure to check in while supplies last!
See below for examples of other arrangements.
Each Bouquet is Unique
For a surprise 60th birthday, this arrangemnt is a fresh mix of dahlias, zinnias, eucalyptus, baptisia, anemone buds and coneflower centers
Different for Every Occasion
Our rehearsal dinner arrangement is a combination of dahlias, lisianthus, zinnias, anemone buds, coneflower centers and viburnum leaves and berries.
The Garden Inspired Bouquet
A pick your own bouquet is a natural mix of dahlias, anemones, nigella, ammi, cone flower centers, artemisia, viburnum and bells of Ireland.
Your Choice of Color Mix
One of our popular mason jar bouquets contains dahlias, zinnias, artemisia, nigella, coneflower centers, orlaya, summersweet and ninebark.
A Color Specific Bouquet
Ordered for an anniversary, this arrangement is filled with like hues of dahlias, anemones, celosia and yarrow. Silver artemisia sets off the palette.