Our Farm's Story
Cool Hollow Flower Farm is a family farm located in Washington County, Maryland. The farm is at the edge of a historic district made up of stone homes and barns dating back to a settlement from the late 1700's. My husband and I both fell in love with this place as soon as we saw the setting, although all of the buildings were very run down. The roof on the house was on the verge of falling in, windows had failed, pipes had burst and the farm had been out of use for a number of years. My "you had me at hello" moment was when I saw that I could grow flowers freely on a totally blank canvas. That was in 2004, and we've been creating and expanding the perennial garden and flower growing beds ever since. Half of the land is wooded and protected, while the other half is open fields, with a creek winding around two sides of the land.
The farm is in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains with Beaver Creek winding around on two sides supporting a variety of wildlife including brown trout, many deer, foxes, pheasant, mink, a wide variety of birds including wild turkeys, blue herons, egrets, also a coyote or two, the occasional black bear and, yes, very active beavers in the creek. We strive to be good stewards of the Chesapeake Bay watershed and are proud to be a part of the locally grown community.
We have carefully selected specialty varieties of flowers and plants that can be grown using environmentally sustainable practices here in our climate using intensive farming practices. We are pleased to be able to offer our annual and perennial flowers and cut woody stems to all flower lovers from our weekly bouquet customers to floral designers, DIY brides/grooms and event planners to bulk flower buyers of all kinds. Please contact us discuss your needs. We would love to provide you with high quality locally grown flowers.
In addition to cut flowers we offer a limited selection of native plants at select festivals and fairs. We offer a selection of unusual and in some cases, rare, native plants which are nursery grown and propagated, never harvested from the wild. If you are interested in our native plant availability list send with a request for information about native plants to and we can give you an updated list in the spring.
This land was worked continously for over 200 years and has tremendous potential due to its rich clay soil. Through careful farming practices we hope to leave it even better than we found it. We are fortunate to live in an area surrounded by successful and knowledgeable lifelong farmers who can share their wisdom. It is wonderful to see once fallow land again providing for our local community.