We’re so crazy about flowers we bought a farm to grow our own.
Starting to produce our own material has unlocked a great world of unusual varieties that were previously unavailable to us in the cut flower market. If you’ve gardened, you know that the way flowers grow in nature is very different from the way they are produced for the flower trade. They are softer, more varied — they are beautifully imperfect as opposed to rigidly straight. Having this place to experiment with growing has plunged us even deeper into our roles as floral designers. The possibilities for creating beautiful things fold out in front of us infinitely here.
But I should warn you it’s not a beauty explosion all the time. Lots of days it’s a real struggle! Shoveling horse manure, wading through a wet field praying for drainage solutions or trying to decode tractor-talk. It’s only our second year on the farm — and it’s still a mess. There are no bountiful fields of blooms to frolick through yet. But we surprise ourselves at how even a little care and tending can procure beautiful things.
We welcome you to follow us along as we build it.
It’s called The Farm at Worlds End.