At Salt Farm Flowers we take pride in growing our own sustainable flowers and subscribe to the local flower movement. While we accept requests for specific types of flowers we do not order through a third-party vendor. Our offerings span over fifty varieties of seasonal flowers and botanicals including (but not limited to) hydrangeas, dahlias, sunflowers, lisianthus, baby's breath, and snapdragons.
Our Flower Philosophy
At Salt Farm Flowers we take pride in growing our flowers and foliage using sustainable methods and subscribing to the local flower movement. We are members of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG), a national organization of specialty cut flower growers of all sizes. Locally, we are also members of the Mid Maine Greenhouse Growers Association.
Our offerings span over fifty varieties of seasonal flowers and botanicals including (but not limited to) hydrangeas, dahlias, sunflowers, lisianthus, baby's breath, and snapdragons. While we accept requests for specific types of flowers we strive to use only what we grow and be creative with what we have in the field and what we can forage on our 100 acre woods.
Our flower list will be frequently updated over the course of the season. If we don't have what you need we are happy to refer you to a trusted source.
What we offer
A la carte services including buckets of flowers and some arranging for the DIY brides, designers, event planners, florists and individuals.
We grow a diverse collection of favorite and heirloom flowers in a variety of colors and textures for your special event including weddings, anniversaries, and rehearsal dinners.
Stop by our flower cart by the barn for a mason jar bouquet for that "just because" moment in your life.
Organized alphabetically, this list is forever a work in progress. Below each title are tags indicating the color that a flower is available in and when it tends to be in bloom, (remember—we are forever running on Mother Earth's schedule). As we continue to expand our inventory, feel free to contact us if you are looking for something specific. Use the search to browse by color, month, or try other key flower terms.
The deepest red amaranthus (really more maroon than this picture) that is a textural addition to any arrangement. We trim individual stems from the stalks for our bouquets. They also are very useful for large urns.
This flower blooms in many vibrant shades and we have several varieties. It is also an excellent detail foliage when the petals are removed.
This feature flower blooms from mid-summer until frost with a wide variety of size, shape and color. It is one of our favorites.
A truly elegant flower that looks like a rose but lasts much longer that we grow in shades of pink, white, green, champagne and lavender.
Many fluffy blooms on a long stem that we grow in several varieties and colors that are used to add textural interest.
These small flowers grow in many colors. Works as a textural addition to any arrangement but also is very useful as a dried flower. We like to use these in our wreaths in the fall.
These small clusters of delicate flowers grow in a range of colors that are great for a detail addition.
We have several cultivars in a wide range of colors that enhance any bouquet or arrangement.
Reserve your date
The fine print
A non-refundable deposit of $100 is required for weddings and rehearsal dinners to reserve your date. Once we receive your request and have determined that we are available for your function, we will email the information necessary for the deposit.
Not booking a wedding or rehearsal dinner? We will be in touch shortly to discuss the details of your request.