Buying Our Flowers

In this time of social distancing, we hope our flowers can brighten your lives with their natural beauty! The flowers we sell are locally grown on our family farm with loving care and using sustainable methods. Mason jar bouquets of mixed flowers are available weekly during spring, summer and fall for pick up at a location east of Hagerstown, in the Beaver Creek area.


Please sign up for our email to receive more information during the growing season about ordering, pricing, location and bouquet, flower and plant availability.  Over the winter we will contact you only occasionally with special offers, such as very early daffodils, amaryllis for Christmas, red-twigged dogwood for winter decorating, and pussy willows in late winter. 

We expect to sell mason jar bouquets again beginning in early spring 2021--check back for more information and sign up on the email list so that you don't miss out on updates.  

Looking Ahead


We are busy planting and planning for next year's flowers. Tulip and daffodil bulbs have been tucked into the soil, seeds have been ordered, dahlias have been dug and stored.  Fields have been tilled and covered for the winter.  The hoophouse is cleaned out and ready for thousands of anemone and ranunculus to be planted over the fall and late winter.  Sweetpeas are sprouting and will sit and wait to jump into growth in late winter to give us their beautiful early flowers.


As always, our flowers are fresh, locally grown, and grown with care for you and the environment.


Although our farm is not open to the public at this time, we normally do welcome customers by appointment, and hope to have farm pick up available next year. Please contact us for more information at  if you are in need of sustainably grown local flowers.  We recommend that you join our mailing list below for more information and check out our blog posts and instagram to see what we are up to over the winter.



                                                               "In joy or sadness, flowers are our constant friend"

                                                                                                                    - Kozuko Okakura