Flower Farm Blog

Blah, blah, blah!  Here's where we go on and on about stuff. 
Well in our case, not really!   We actually prefer to be brief. 

This morning I was looking into last year's accomplishments in preparation for doing 2022 planning and i was totally surprised at how many "firsts" we had last year.

1st Farm Stand

1st Seed Starting Class

1st Flower Bar

1st Bouquet Club

1st "You Pick Flowers" event

1st Barn kitties

1st Flowers on the road

1st Anemones & Ranunculus -- which did so well!


2021 was not without its challenges. We built some hand crafted Raised Beds just in time for lumber prices to skyrocket. We planted over 60 Dahlias, who were NOT happy. And I can't say everything was planned. The Bouquet Bar was decided the night before when we ran out of time doing pre-made's for Mother's Day. Turned out, folks "loved" being able to make their own bouquets paying by the stem.

Flower farmers know that long term planning is an absolute must. We're typically looking out at least a year in advance. As you harvest a flower you are already thinking about next year. If you are doing this, you know you've got what it takes!


I want to THANK the local community for their support last year. We know we couldn't have done it without you.

I hope you'll check out this composite 1 min. video of our 2021 season.

Updated: Jan 13

Check out this 1 minute video of our first ever You Pick Flowers event at the farm. I think we had more fun than anyone! Thanks everyone who joined us. ​ Sign up for our newsletter below for notifications of future events.


What a beautiful little snowstorm yesterday. We don't get much snow/sleet/hail here and when we do, it makes the news. I love seeing all the snow-covered (or partially covered) pictures being shared. We didn't get enough to completely cover the ground here, but we'll take what we can get!


The slow melting allows the moisture to seep directly into the ground. Perfect for maximum water retention to support our trees and wildlife. 😊



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