I grow seasonal flowers alongside nature, so they are environmentally and pollinator friendly. Fresh picked blossoms available for your own arranging or our casual garden inspired bouquets.
Each new season presents new varieties of blossoms, colors, and scents. Spring begins with Hyacinth, Narcissus and over 25 different varieties of tulips which bring a spectacular display of color, a welcome delight after the grays of winter. Closely followed by Anemone, Ranunculus, Peony and Garden Roses, some of the fanciest flowers of the whole growing year. Summer brings on a boutique of annuals and perennials which are available until the end of September. During the fall, I use my own dried flowers to create everlasting bouquets and wreathes.
In 2016 I retired from my corporate job to care for my elderly parents, both with varying degrees of dementia. It is during this part of my life that I started planting flowers around my yard. I had vegetable gardens in the past, but never really dabbled in flowers. The more they bloomed, the more obsessed I became. At some point I read an article about people who were actually selling cut flowers, and thought to myself, win-win! Like all other farming, it’s hard work, thankfully I’m just a farm-girl at heart and I like to play in the dirt.
It all began in the fall of 2018, I planted 1600 tulip bulbs and made plans to grow annuals in 6, 4’x75’ raised beds. This experiment, to see if I could actually grow and sell flowers, was successful. I started to sell arrangements from a small kiosk in my yard. I learned a lot that first year. In January 2020 I signed up for Floret Flower Workshop, and that was the start of “B. Blossoms”. Although I’m not certified as organic, I use organic practices. I’ve expanded to high-intensity growing on 1/10 of an acre, and now have a small high tunnel to extend my growing season. My big plans for this year are to heat the tunnel and have tulips, ranunculus and anemone blooming from Valentine’s Day through May.
Always remember, beautiful flowers make people happy…