Add beauty to your home or office with a fresh, tasteful bouquet delivered weekly to your door! Sure to bring smiles. We deliver throughout western Wisconsin.
What You'll Get
Bouquets are a mix of annual and perennial flowers with some greenery and ornamental grasses. All varieties we grow are known for their beauty and vase life. We select and cut the best looking flowers in perfect bloom the day before delivery, and each week's elegant arrangement will reflect the changing colors and smells of the season.
When to Sign Up
Full season signups are open until our first delivery starts in late June.
Subscription Price and Options
We are offering both weekly and biweekly subscriptions. With both options, deliveries will begin in late June and run through the end of September.
- Weekly delivery - 14 weeks - $290
- Bi-weekly delivery - 7 weeks - $145
Details and Logistics
Your flowers will be delivered in a vase, and we ask that you return the previous week's vase so we can wash and reuse them. Delivery days and times will be selected and shared well before deliveries begin. If you have a friend/relative/nearby business that is also receiving a flower delivery and you wish to have both of your bouquets dropped off at the same location, a discount will be given to both parties for saving us a stop. For more details, check out our Frequently Asked Questions document.
If you want great looking, seasonal, fresh and locally grown flowers for your wedding or special event at an affordable price, our buckets of blooms are the way to go. DIY wedding flowers offer a way to save money while adding a unique and personal touch.
Grower's Choice or Designer's Choice
We offer two types of packages, "grower's choice" and "designer's choice." With both options, you will receive approximately 60 stems/bucket with a mix of focal flowers, fillers, and greenery.
Please note that with either option, we cannot guarantee with 100% certainty that we will have any specific flower on any exact day.
- Grower's Choice - we select all the flowers and colors based on what is looking beautiful and fresh on the day we are harvesting for your event. $75/bucket.
- Designer's Choice - you pick a color palette and we will fill your buckets with seasonal blooms of those colors. $90/bucket.
We recommend that you receive your flowers 2 days before your event. We do deliver for a fee of $0.50/mile. We have a $150 order minimum for flowers that are delivered. You can also pickup your flowers here on the farm.
The price of the flowers includes the cost of the bucket, and they are yours to keep if you desire. However, if you want to return them, we will happily wash and reuse them!
Quality and Quantity
We provide wholesale flowers to florists throughout Menomonie, Eau Claire, New Richmond, Hudson, Stillwater, and the Twin Cities metro area.
For a list of flowers that we grow and their approximate time of availability, review the image below, or download it as a PDF here.
Please contact us for delivery and pricing information.
Soil to seed to flower to bouquet, the beautiful colors and smells of the season sustainably captured, tastefully arranged, and delivered to you :)
The farm is in full swing, our flowers are luxuriating in the spring sunlight. We are looking forward to starting our bouquet deliveries in late June, and we'll continue to provide flowers wholesale and for weddings and events.
We grow over forty varieties of cut flowers in every imaginable color. We take great care of our flower beds, and cut only the best blooms at the optimal times to ensure the longest possible vase life. Our flowers are pesticide-free and pollinator-friendly, so if you're the type to hold a bouquet to your face, go ahead and breathe deep.
The United States imports 80% of its flowers, mostly from South America, the Netherlands and Israel. There are of course financial and environmental costs to this. The flowers are also bred to ship well, rather than for color or scent, and they are treated with many chemicals.
Our flowers are harvested right before delivery. We don't transport them very far. We don't need to treat them with chemicals. Not only is this cheaper and more environmentally friendly, but it allows for a much wider variety of fresh cut flowers with more luxuriant colors, forms, and fragrances.
When choosing to buy local flowers, you are supporting a small family-run business and keeping dollars in your community. Local flowers have a story, and we thank you for being part of it.
Our homestead is nestled in the hills between Prairie Farm and Almena, with Turtle and Silver creeks running through. It is a beautiful mix of forest, pasture, and cropland, and we share it with a great many plants and animals, the vast majority of which run wild.
Maggie grew up in Ohio. She studied anthropology at the University of Akron. During her studies, she became interested in food production and accesibility while researching food insecurity at an urban elementary school. Following graduation, she began working on farms, first as a volunteer through WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms) in Colorado and Arizona. She then began working as a paid crewmember on vegetable and flower farms, first in Masachusetts, then in Wisconsin, where she met Ben and put down roots.
Ben grew up in south-central Wisconsin. Starting in 2008, he became in increasingly interested in farming, and worked full seasons on farms in Ecuador, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Ben relishes the open-ended possibilities of farming; every day is different, and there are always new skills to practice and concepts to absorb. He especially likes killing weeds and keeping bees.
Dobby and Saber
Saber and Dobby work tirelessly digging holes, finding the best sticks and bones in the neighborhood, and chasing anything that moves. In her spare time Saber enjoys stealing gloves and sleeping by the fire. Dobby always finds time to gnaw on bones and on Saber's leg.
Mali and Kolby
The cats watch everyone else working but do not lift a paw themselves, even when a mouse scurries past.
We have 4 laying hens that selflessly keep our cartons stocked. They tour the fields in their mobile coop while the weather is nice, and retire to their permanent coop when the snow falls. Their favorite plants are oats and peas, and they will never turn down a slug.
We have more bees than you can shake a stick at, but you should not shake a stick at them because they don't like fast or aggressive movements. The bees work harder than the rest of us, no doubt. Three weeks until they work their wings off, actually, but they are clean and well fed and we do our best to make it a pollinator paradise.
Where Are Our Flowers?
Regional florists and markets sell our flowers and arrangements. You can find our flowers on tables at weddings, restaurants, and neighbor's homes and businesses. You may see our flowers at farmers markets. You can also enjoy our flowers in our fields. Please contact us or stop by if you are interested in our flowers.
Where Are We?
We are in the field harvesting flowers. Unless there is snow on the ground, in which case we are reading books by the fire. In either case, you can contact us via phone, email, regular mail, or in person. Or connect with us through social media. You can our contact information in addition to links to our facebook, instagram, and twitter accounts below. Thanks for checking us out!