In this time of social distancing, we hope our flowers can brighten your lives with their natural beauty! Mason jar bouquets are available weekly at a food CSA pick up location east of Hagerstown, in the Beaver Creek area.
Orders may be placed by email to and are then available for pick up one day each week. When you place your order we will give you the exact location of the contactless pick up.
This Tuesday (May 26) we will be offering bouquets with a Coral Charm peony, specialty Chantilly and Madame Butterfly snapdragons, allium, baby eucalyptus, anemone, amsonia, ranunculus and centarea montana, and possibly an iceland poppy.
Please sign up for our weekly email to receive more information about pricing, location and bouquet, flower and plant availability.
Thank you to Dave Elliott at Blue Mountain Farm for allowing us to add on to their farm CSA pick up location.
If you are interested in being a vegetable CSA customer please contact him at to be added to his customer information list.
Early spring flowers have past and we are in the transition between spring and summer. Peonies have burst into bloom and the tall, statuesque allium have begun their month long bloom. The hoophouse is full of plants that have burst into bloom with these warm days and we are now overflowing with flowers.
We are busy planting and planning for the summer growing season. Sunflowers are sprouting. Zinnias are up. The fields are ploughed and ready for planting as soon as the weather warms. We are tending the tiny babies that will be this summer's 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 later in the summer. We are offering contactless delivery in the Hagerstown area. Please contact us for more information at if you are in need of sustainably grown local flowers.
"In joy or sadness flowers are our constant friend"
- Kozuko Okakura