We strive to give back to the community by donating flowers/bouquets as we can to those who need some beauty in their lives.
When my father passed in July of 2014, he left his property in Veneta, OR to me. At the time we were living near Portland, and no idea what to do with it. In April of 2015 my husband and I married, and later that year we moved to Springfield to start construction on a new house on the property.
We knew that we wanted to do something with the 4+ acres, but what....
My husband kept mentioning farming, and I thought he was crazy. But after our first year of growing our own veggies and fruit, I knew what I wanted to do. I wanted to become a flower farmer. It just made sense! I have always loved flowers. From my Nana's special flower garden I fondly remember from my childhood. To my mothers flowers in her yard that I would always cut from to make her a mothers day bouquet. Flowers have always been a big part of my life, and it wasn't until this opportunity did I realize how much.
I get to grow flowers, which I love. Create beautiful bouquets and arrangements, something I've always been drawn too. Most importantly, I get to share beauty and joy with others. I don't want to just keep them to myself, but to offer the opportunity for others to enjoy.
I strive to provide, high quality cut flowers that are unique, and hard to find. As well as grown only organic. I belive in sustainable farming, and giving back to the earth as much as it gives us.
I never want to take this opportunity for granted, and hope that my father is proud.
Is to provide our community with beautiful flowers grown organically, and sustainably.
Our family run farm is located in Veneta, Oregon.
As with any flower, anyone could have an alergic reaction at any time. We ask that you please becareful when handling our flowers. Especially if you have allergies. There are some specific flowers that can cause an irritation when coming into contact with the sap. So, to be safe we ask that you are careful when changing the water as well as when you recut the stems for longer vase life.
Please do not let this deter you from ejoying the beauty of nature. We just want everyone to be informed, and as safe as possible.