Seed to Centerpiece Floral Design for events of all sizes.  Nestled in the White Mountain of New Hampshire.

 The Flower farm

The heart of our operation.  Providing the blooms, inspiring our designs and fostering sustainability 

Every Season we grow hundreds of different varieties of flowers.

We purchased the farm in 2013 intending to grow vegetables and raise animals.  It was previously a daylily farm, and I always say the farm wanted to be in flowers.  The flowers always did the best in the field, and so we began planting more.  Soon enough every bed in the farm became floral production.  We have a heated greenhouse to get a jump on the season and a field greenhouse for summer production.  We sell our flowers through Spring and Summer CSA shares, at our local coop, wholesale to florists and for events.  

Happiness is to hold flowers in both hands

—  proverb

The Farmer-Florist

MEET Heidi

I love bringing beauty into this world through flowers.  Growing flowers and designing for you is an honor I don't take for granted.

It took me a long time to find this beautiful calling.  Farming has had my heart for years, but growing flowers and crafting them into works of art satisfied a void I didn't realize I was missing.  Its artistic expression.  I hope you feel the love in your flowers.  My husband and daughter live on our little farm and nurture the blooms in between trips to the river, little hikes and renovating our 1800's farmhouse.


Sustainability is very important to our operation.

We use organic growing methods to raise our plants from seed to harvest.  We have a beautiful population of bees, birds and butterflies and it feels good to nurture and protect them.  CSA, market bouquet and DIY customers will always get 100% farm grown flowers.  Weddings always feature local, foraged and farm-grown blooms, and are supplemented with imported flowers based on need.
Our season begins with greenhouse grown tulips, ranunculus, poppies and anenomes.  July is beautiful with the first field grown flowers such as calendula, sweet peas and stock.  August is a favorite time for flowers with zinnias, cosmos and sunflowers.  Fall is when lisianthus and dahlias shine.  Each flower has its season, and your flowers will tell their story.