Flower shop

Do you enjoy flowers on your kitchen table? What about a small bouquet in your office? We are offering you fresh, field to vase bouquets starting in July through September.

For this season we will be focusing on subscriptions. Choose between a monthly (three bouquets) option, or a bi-weekly option (six bouquets) starting in July. You’ll have the option to pick up from the farm, or a local business in Dallas, or West Pittston. Subscriptions must be paid in full before the subscription begins.

Each bouquet will consist of a variety of fresh blooms from the farm. Instructions will come with each bouquet to ensure a long-lasting vase life. Bouquets will be wrapped in brown paper, unless instructed otherwise.

Our bouquet subscriptions would make a wonderful gift. What's better than getting flowers? Gifting them. Just purchase a subscription, and send us a note that it's a gift. We'll gladly send you a gift card with a personalized note to give to the receiver.

Looking for bouquets for your workplace? There's nothing quite like flowers to bring some joy to the mundane. Let's connect and see what we can offer you!

OR, know someone who love flowers? Get them a gift card!

Monthly Bouquet
from 40.00
Everyday Bouquet
from 12.00
Bi-weekly Bouquet
from 72.00
Gift Card
from 25.00

For the creatives

Are you a bride looking to do your own flowers? A designer looking to add some color to your next shoot? We offer a "growers choice" bucket starting at $55 and a specific color bucket starting at $75. Buckets are available July-September.

Each bucket contains 50-75 stems of focal flowers, filler flowers, and foliage unless otherwise specified. Buckets are for pick-up only, or available for a delivery within 20 miles for an additional fee. Check out “what we grow” list for an idea of what will be in bucket. Specific colors or varieties are based upon availability.

Contact us for more information!

Creative Bucket
from 55.00

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