We grow around 100 varieties of flowers every year on our flower farm about 30 minutes north of Asheville. This list is not comprehensive since there are too many to name!
In spring, expect anemones and ranunculus with lots of wonderful accent flowers such as butterfly ranunculus, snapdragons, sweet William, larkspur, bupleurum, delphinium, bachelors buttons, agrostemma, and many others.
In summer, expect lisianthus, dahlias, cosmos, zinnias, celosia, gomphrena, ageratum, rudbeckia, strawflower, scabiosa, sunflowers and lots of field grown color with many varieties blooming!
In autumn, dahlias take center stage, along with celosia, chrysanthemums, zinnias, cosmos, sunflowers and many others.
In winter, we source some flowers from beyond the farm using the same resources a traditional florist has access to, although we do have amaryllis all winter and anemones from our farm starting in February!