We love working with Whitney and have a hunch that you will too! Below are a few of the weddings that she has done this season. We are currently taking deposits for bulk blooms and design work. It is $50 to reserve your date for DIY flowers, or you can e-mail us for Whitney’s full price list and service description. Thanks and LOVE!
Peachy pinks on the scene Here is what happens when mommy drives the tractor and gets stung by a bee! I’m ok. We lay each bed with a compostable ‘plastic’ made out of corn. At the end of each season we till it into the beds. More zinnias- the jazzy mix. A great filler right now.
In the greenhouse you will find/smell…
And in the herb garden…
Bachelor Buttons- so sweet!
LOVE IN A MIST. say no more.
Buckets of spring beauty headed off the farm and onto celebration! We miss those peonies already!
Delphinium, Dara and more poppies in the hoop house. TALL AND LOVELY! Our peonies rocked this year! We had a great combination of cool, wet and warm and they thrived!
Whitney and Henry working on a gorgeous spring wedding. Henry loved watching his mama make bouquets!
From the forest…
And our little elf who has changed our lives, our farm and our hearts in more ways than we could ever imagine…and all for the best. Thank you Garnet! Thank you friends and lovely customers!
We are so pleased to announce that we’ll be offering floral design and event services through the incredibly talented designer, Whitney Strader. Check out her bio here. Bridal bouquets fresh from the field to your hands! E-mail us for a full price list.
David Alvarado Photography
As you can see I really dropped the ball on blogging after June, so here is a photo gallery highlighting some of our favorite memories of 2013. Here’s to spreading more love and happiness through the beauty of nature in 2014!
Please visit Wedding Flowers for new details on how to reserve flowers.
We can hardly believe that we’ve almost been living out here for a full year. Here we stand at the beginning of Spring with so much hope and so much love. For real. We love it out here!
Lately, I’ve been starting early spring flowers and a few herbs in our neighbors greenhouse while Mike presses on with our greenhouse. Since it will be our forever greenhouse, he has taken his time and I am so glad. Not only does our structure feel tight and sturdy, but it is going to be a beautiful thing to look at, be in and grow our crops inside of. I am forever impressed by his innovation and craftsmanship.