Bloomlist

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1 Acre Farm - Milton, GA

1 Acre Farm is located in Milton, GA just north of the Atlanta area. We specialize in heirloom and all organic flowers. Everything is grown from seed here at the farm and flowers are cut when they are ready to go to market, florists or made into specialty bouquets. We believe in using organic farming practices so that we can assure every flower you receive is free of any harmful herbicides or other chemicals. We also want to be kind to mother nature. Flowers you can find growing on the farm include snapdragons, zinnias, anemones, dahlias, tulips, gomphrena , narcissuses, celosia, sunflowers, heirloom roses and so many more! When flowers are not in season I also specialize in hand dried flowers. In the cooler months I focus on heirloom pumpkin arrangements, wreaths and garland using dried flowers and foraged greenery.

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7th St Flowers - Sonoma, CA

7th St Flowers specializes in fresh seasonal bouquets that we sell from our cart Fridays and Saturdays. A passionate gardener, I grow unique and interesting varieties to make my one-of-a-kind bouquets. Each bouquet is a unique creation sure to delight the senses containing a mix of seasonal blooms. Special orders and small events upon request.

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A Garden Party - Elmer, NJ

Floral arrangements created with as many locally grown flowers as possible gives their signature arrangements a just picked garden look. Specializing in weddings, baby showers, and events, and founded by two sisters, the Garden Party knows how to transform a space into a flower wonderland for clients across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. They also compost 100% of their green waste and recycle mostly everything.

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A New Leaf - Omaha, NE

Discover floral and event design, workshops, and a ‘Year of Seasonal Flowers’ starting in February with a local flower focus.

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Alice Blue Collective - St. Louis, MO

Alice Blue Collective was founded in 2014 by Rebecca Bodicky, as a creative project that begins with flowers. With nearly 1/3 acre poised in the South City area of St. Louis, MO, ABC is looking forward to a verdant future. We hope to stay as close to the land and continually improve the soil, so we can grow some of the most beautiful, unique varieties of flowers, edible flowers, and herbs. In the future, we also hope to offer a pickup based CSA. Join our email list on our website, at alicebluecollective.com to stay up to date with our artistic and community based endeavors. We also do special deliveries, weddings, events, and a good number of top restaurants in the city. We are happy to be a part of the sustainability movement and strive to do our best to preserve all the fresh air we can.

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Anisoptera Flora - Clearfield, UT

I believe in seasonality and change. I revel in the beauty of imperfections. I grow flowers for myself and our future. I design with flowers to share joy in simple pleasures.

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Artful Blooms - Bloomington, IN

Located on 120 acres in central Indiana, Artful Blooms designs unconventional, sculpturally striking wedding arrangements and floral art with blooms handpicked from their field of over 400 plants with as many as a dozen varieties. In addition to exuberant peonies in May, their field is abloom with both sun and shade-loving specialty foliage gardens. They believe, “one can never have too many flowers to enjoy!”

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Bagel's Florals - Albuquerque, NM

Find locally sourced and/or regionally and sustainably grown flowers; floral waste composting and recycled and/or recyclable packaging; and champions of a variety of social and environmental causes from LGBTQ to Indigenous land rights to mutual aid and more. Founded by Abigail, aka Bagel, creator of bouquets, subscriptions and wedding design.

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Bar Fiore LLC - Macedon, NY

Bar Fiore is Rochester, NY’s original flower bar. Our mission is to spread joy, one bouquet at a time. We strive for a “fresh take on flowers” by sourcing 100% locally grown blooms during the growing season and using eco-friendly wrapping materials. Bar Fiore strives to provide customers with a fresh, unique, high-quality selection of blooms. We rent our flower trailer for private gatherings all across Western and Central New York State, such as weddings, bridal showers, or corporate events. In addition, Bar Fiore offers a whimsical, wildflower style of floral design or flower bar services. Please reach out to us, we’d love to work with you to make your event memorable.

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Bewilder Floral - Palo Alto, CA

Bewilder aims to evoke our deep and inherent connection to our world through the simple joy of garden-grown flowers. We are continually awed by what comes up from the soil and we want to share that awe with you. As intermediaries with nature, it is our goal to craft one-of-a-kind designs that celebrate the season, setting, and who we are in each moment, imperfections and all.

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Bishop Hill Farm Flowers - Dallas, TX

Sign up for weekly flower subscriptions featuring locally and sustainably grown, cut flowers straight from the farm, starting March through October. This year-round, small-scale, high-production farm is a stone’s throw from the Coppell Farmers Market.

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Bloomchick Flower Company - Springfield, TN

Find one seriously badass grower, Krynn, with a cheeky AF Instagram feed offering CSAs, custom arrangements and buckets of unique and somewhat unconventional blooms during the growing season, primarily May through October.

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Blossom and Branch Farm - Lakewood, CO

At Blossom and Branch Farm, we’ve made sustainability a cornerstone for our business. We grow everything that we sell (or source it from other partner farms within a 20 mike radius). Zero pesticide, herbicide, or synthetic fertilizers are used in our process, and we are committed to regenerating the earth through no-till carbon sequestration practices.

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Blowouts & Blooms - Alhambra, CA

blowouts and blooms is a new way to treat yourself. We offer monthly subscriptions of personalized blowouts using clean + cruelty-free products plus a bouquet of seasonal blooms. In addition to subscriptions, we also offer photoshoot/event florals, pop-up blowdry + bouquet bars, and everyday arrangements. We strive to curate a beautiful experience while focusing on sustainability. No floral foam is ever used in our designs, all packaging (minimal) is reused, recyclable, and/or compostable. Our goal is to only use locally grown flowers.

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Botanica Floral Design - Portland, OR

"Inspired by the healing powers of flowers and plants, Botanica creates custom arrangements and unique floral designs for home, wedding, events and more featuring local, sustainable and organically-grown, seasonal flowers and plants all year long. Their mission is to help enhance the lives of Portland residents & businesses by providing them with exquisite, unique, organic, high quality flowers and plants for the home and workplace as well as weddings and events. Their style is lush, natural, textural and organic all the while focusing on flowers and botanicals grown right here in the Pacific Northwest and other sustainably grown American flowers. They offer delivery throughout the Portland/Vancouver metro area."

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Botanica Floristry - Fargo, ND

We are a boutique cut flower farm and floral design studio located in Fargo, North Dakota. We grow, source and design with seasonal, local blooms for unique individuals in the Midwest. At Botanica Floristry, a diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment is one where all clients, employees, and industry partners whatever their gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, age, sexual orientation or identity, education or disability, feels safe, valued and respected. We are committed to a nondiscriminatory approach and provide equal opportunity for clients, partnerships and employees. We respect and value diverse life experiences and heritages and ensure that all voices are valued and heard. At our discretion, any necessary steps to equate our stance on our policy will be taken, up to and including suspending our relationships. Botanica Floristry has the environment and the Earth in mind at all times, so we use seasonal blooms grown by us and local Midwest farmers as well as farmers from around the United States. We never use floral foam because we are in the business of making the world better, not worse. The wedding and flower industries are incredibly wasteful and we are doing our best to counteract that. We want to put more beauty into the world and not make it a more difficult place and future for our children and the animals that call this planet home."

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Botaniq Blooms - Cream Ridge, NJ

Featuring farm-fresh, seasonal blooms grown on their sister farm, Spring Wind Farm, this full-service floral design company specializes in weddings, showers and events in Philadelphia, Eastern Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. This business is a story of two friends, a horticulturist and a scientist with a degree in biochemistry, who met on an organic farm and reunited years later in flower love. Botaniq Blooms plays with natural patterns and textures and uses fun, vivid colors to create one-of-a-kind show-stopping arrangements.

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Bushel & Peck - Mount Zion, IL

This wife-husband team of farmer florists specializes in unique, inspiring and hard to find flower and foliage as well as old-fashioned cottage favorites, everlasting wreaths and mixed bouquets. All of the flowers used in their designs for weddings and events, markets, special orders, and subscriptions are grown responsibly, using organic practices that benefit the planet and encourage pollinators, during the growing season–June through October.

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BW&P Floral (Bird Watching & Pruning Floral) - New York, NY

BW&P Floral is a boutique floral design studio producing thoughtful, unique and seasonally inspired designs. We pride ourselves on sourcing the best in sustainably grown blooms as well as the relationships we cultivate with our clients, always providing the utmost attention to detail. Our designs are ALWAYS foam free!

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C & C Flower Farm - Centerville, UT

As a urban flower farmer, I enjoy creating beauty in bouquets out of flowers cared for and grown by my own two hands. I also enjoy supporting other local farmers when I don’t have all the right products for your flower needs. Whenever possible I support other small and/or local businesses to do my part on building a strong local economy. I am enjoying finding my own style while mixing it with the requests of clients as I receive custom orders for freshly harvested flowers. Delivery within 10 miles.

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Cabane - Newport Beach, CA

Cabane is a sustainable floral studio with a unique French touch. We design “à la française” for an elegant, natural and effortlessly cool look. We specialize in seasonal hand-tied bouquets, floral décor and floral subscriptions and deliver blooming emotions across California. Whether for a special occasion, an event or just because, we deliver and ship to every zip code in California. We are advocates for sustainable floristry and craft all our floral creations from domestically-grown flowers. We use absolutely no plastic and try to implement sustainable practices in everything we do, from using sustainable boxes to upcycling our excess inventory. Every week, we design a “Bouquet of the Week”, a new fresh flower arrangement with the best flowers of the season. All you have to do is pick a size (from mini to extra-large bouquet), select a delivery date, and send away! Simple comme bonjour (flowers made easy). We also offer weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly floral subscriptions. Additionally, we collaborate with artists and designers to co-create collections of Art & Flowers and offer unique and memorable floral gifts. Ready? Visit our website, order online and start sending blooming emotions.

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Casablanca Floral - Seattle, WA

Artful and elegant floral design featuring seasonal and locally-sourced flowers for delivery, subscriptions, weddings and events.

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Chattahoochee Queen - Atlanta, GA

This urban farm and specialty cut flower business sustainably grows its blooms from seed. Their seasonal flowers can be found at the Grant Park Farmers Market, and by request for weddings and events.

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City House Country Mouse - St. Louis, MO

Find artful, garden inspired floral design for special events, weddings and everyday bouquets and arrangements featuring local and regional blooms, grown sustainably as much as possible, and sourced from the cutting garden.

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Clementine Botanical Art - Austin, TX

If whimsy, earthy, delicate and romantic sounds like your vibe, this farm-to-vase wedding and event floral design studio prioritizes sustainability when sourcing its blooms. They also take extra steps to minimize waste, reuse and recycle materials.

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Color Fields - Hillsborough, NC

Full-service wedding floral design studio featuring flowers sustainably grown on their own 2-acre farm, or consciously sourced from local growers. “We believe that our organic, seasonal approach to design creates a more meaningful interaction with our clients and leaves a lasting impression not found with traditional floristry.” – Kelly Morrison, owner

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Cross Street Flower Farm - Norwell, MA

This boutique flower farm grows specialty cut and heirloom flowers from April through November using sustainable, natural practices on the South Shore of Boston. Find seasonally-inspired flowers and floral design for events, special occasions and CSAs (available for pickup).

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Cut Clover Flowers - Silver Spring, MD

Cut Clover Flowers is a small flower farm in the Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve, just north of Washington DC. We are committed to producing flowers and foliage in a sustainable way, in partnership with our environment. We exist to provide beauty and appreciation for the here and now. If you are looking for bouquets literally freshly picked out of the field, we are here for you.

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Dandelion Floral - Lander, WY

Dandelion Floral is a seasonal floral and gift boutique based in the little mountain town of Lander, Wyoming. We craft floral designs with a natural and organic style, growing and sourcing local- and American-grown flowers that reflect the beauty of each season. Inspired by nature and our couple's stories, we specialize in creating floral designs for weddings with meaning, romance, and whimsy. We host seasonal creative and botanical workshops that empower and connect. Our ecological footprint is our guiding star. We make decisions focused on being responsible stewards of the land, water, and other community resources. Every day we will strive to be more responsible for our consumption, waste, and what we give back to the Earth.

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Dry Creek Flowers - Healdsburg, CA

Dry Creek Flowers is a flower farm and florist using sustainable and eco-friendly practices from seed starting all the way to design and delivery. The farm is a quarter acre of no-till, organically grown blooms and foliage that is pollinator friendly and encourages biodiversity, and natural pest control. When it comes time to design, be it for a birthday bouquet or a wedding, only locally grown or foraged flowers are used from the farm or a handful of other likeminded farms in Sonoma County. Dry Creek Flowers' signature style is loose, lush, garden-centric, and colorful.

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East Hill Floral - Homer, AK

Distinctly wild and whimsical wedding design featuring seasonal, garden grown, and foraged one-of-a-kind blooms.

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Eden Floral - Grover Beach, CA

We are a sustainable floral company. We have a close relationship with our local small farmers and always have the most fun learning about and sourcing unique blooms. We gravitate towards the old world, heirloom flowers, and outdoor grown roses (oh that smell!) and local natives. We forage responsibly to communicate a “found and gathered” and just in from the garden” feel. Each arrangement is different in design, shape and types of blooms, even within the same event. Our goal is to inspire conversation and wonder.

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Emerald Design - Evansville, IN

Emerald Design is a full-service florist in downtown Evansville, Indiana specializing in a garden-style aesthetic. We offer event services, subscriptions, custom arrangements, plants, and botanical themed gifts. We source locally grown flowers whenever possible from farmers in our area as well as from our own cutting garden. We believe in making floristry as sustainable as possible. All of our designs are foam-free and we do not use any artificial dyes or bleaches. We offer a vase recycling program and prioritize eco-conscious vendors. Delivery within 20 miles.

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Emerald Petals - Portland, OR

Emerald Petals is a full service flower studio committed to sustainable practices. Offering eco-friendly creations for every day bouquets, arrangements and subscriptions, as well as wedding and event design, Emerald Petals prioritizes local and sustainable, seasonal flowers and botanicals. They source daily from PNW farms during the growing season. And during the off-season, use sustainably-grown American flowers along with fair trade certified imports. No contact deliveries currently available.

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Enduring Blooms - Mt Juliet, TN

Enduring Blooms is passionate about highlighting what’s best in bloom right NOW! Led by a reverence for nature, we celebrate the bounty and the nuance of middle Tennessee’s flower seasons. We believe in the sense-awakening and healing power of flowers and the memories and feelings they evoke, and it is our joy to spread beauty to our community especially in the times we live in. Our flowers are hand-sown, hand-picked, hand-arranged, and hand-delivered to you, with a whimsical bent toward wildflowers some might even call weeds and edible flowers. Every season’s flowers tell a new story we love to share. Each bouquet and arrangement is unique, but all are full of garden-grown, fragrant blossoms. Enjoy the wonder of Tennessee’s seasons through the magic and beauty of fresh, local flowers with Enduring Blooms.

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Farm Gal Flowers - Orlando, FL

This urban, specialty cut flower farm and floral design studio features sustainably home grown blooms in its arrangements, wedding florals and workshops. Grown organically, without the use of chemical pesticides and fertilizers, Farm Gal Flowers offers fresh, seasonal, farm-to-table flower arrangements and subscriptions, and conducts educational design workshops throughout the year.

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Florage - Paradise, UT

From May through September, find farm-to-vase bouquets, arrangements and subscriptions for weekly or monthly pickup from two farm locations in Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho. This “no bs” farming coop is led by a hilariously transparent duo using sustainable methods–never chemicals or preservative sprays–to lessen their environmental footprint. They grow more than 90 varieties of irresistibly gorgeous cut flowers “that don’t suck!” during the growing season, available to wholesalers and florists, for pick up and delivery, and via pop-up locations.

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Floras & Bouquets LLC - Sioux Falls, SD

This urban flower farm run by a husband-wife duo committed to sustainable growing practices offers wedding design, DIY buckets and everyday arrangements featuring sustainably grown, couture flowers in season.

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Flower Clvb - Philadelphia, PA

Find thoughtful and bespoke designs inspired by nature that prioritize sustainability and quality sourcing. With a style characterized by a fun yet sophisticated, contemporary interpretation of the Dutch Masters, floral arrangements feature locally sourced blooms when available. Primarily a wedding and event florist, Flower Clvb additionally offers custom arrangements and seasonal bouquets through their Bouquet Clvb. Servicing Pennsylvania and New York.

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Flower Tribe - Fort Collins, CO

Free spirited and untamed, Flower Tribe creates seasonally-driven floral design using local flowers sourced as close to home as possible, and when available, along with vetted imports, for their one-of-a-kind garden-style bouquets and arrangements, sympathy and funeral flowers and wedding and event work.

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Flowers & Weeds - St. Louis, MO

Flowers & Weeds is a floral studio, urban flower grower, and greenhouse in South City St. Louis run by a group of creatives prioritizing fresh and locally grown blooms, when possible, for their bouquets and arrangements.

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Flowers by Phillis - Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Specializing in home grown garden roses, Flowers by Phillis brings natural garden style bouquets and arrangements to events and occasions using the freshest, lushest flowers available. Ask for “locally grown” and she will find and design something one-of-a-kind with the season’s best.

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Flowers for Dreams - Chicago, IL

Chicago based, with outposts in Milwaukee and Detroit, Flowers For Dreams has an amazing story grounded in a give-back mindset and belief that business should be a force for good. In addition to offering 100% locally sourced, seasonal floral arrangements, weddings and installations, they donate 25% of net profits to charity. Visit their website to learn more about how every order impacts another.

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Forest Ridge Farmstead - Warners, NY

Here at Forest Ridge Farmstead we prioritize chemical free growing and sourcing regionally adapted seeds. Not only should our customers enjoy produce and flowers that are healthier for them, but our garden should be part of the local ecosystem, feeding the animals, birds and pollinators the same way we feed the people. 10% OFF first purchase with code: FLOWRY. 5/1/22-10/1/22. Excludes Mother's Day.

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French Market Flowers - Atlanta, GA

Relying on the seasons and local growers for their bouqs and arrangements for weddings, events and workshops, French Market Flowers doesn’t offer the same flowers over and over, like roses and carnations. Instead, they will match their customers’ color and style preferences with unique varieties of seasonal blooms grown on their farm in Coweta County.

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Full Bloom Flower Farm - Sebastopol, CA

These farmer-florists create lush, seasonal arrangements from more than 200 varieties of blooms grown on their abundant, chemical free flower fields, for weddings, events, special occasions, workshops and more. Pick up and delivery available.

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Gorgeous & Green - Berkeley, CA

This eco-friendly and sustainable florist studio focuses on small production, reclaimed materials, locally grown and hand made goods.

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Grace Flowers Hawaii - Hanokaa, HI

Located on The Big Island, Grace Flowers Hawaii offers a range of floral design services from special occasion bouqs and arrangements, to sympathy flowers, wedding and event design, traditional leis and more, sourcing as many local tropical flowers and foliages as possible. Driven by the belief to leave the planet better than it was before they arrived, they take recycling and green waste composting seriously.

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Green Effects - Manlius, NY

Our goal that defines every decision we make at our flower farm is to leave our world better than we found it. Whether that is the soil, the wildlife or our customers! Flowers have the power and offer the opportunity to care for both our planet and our people!

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Grow Girl Seattle - Seattle, WA

Playful garden-style arrangements that celebrate local flowers. From February through October we use many of our own homegrown flowers in our designs, grown right here in Ballard where we’ve overhauled a cement city driveway and sidewalk strip to be filled with flowers! Dinner parties and intimate events are our favorite, where we can set a mood with flowers and tablescapes. Or send a piece of this to someone you love with our stunning delivery arrangements.

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Hare & Bear - Dardenne Prairie, MO

I utilize only local and seasonal blooms, allowing me to offer thoughtfully-curated pieces that are both unique and sustainable. Each stem is carefully selected from local flower farms, my own garden, or foraged locally. The result is something that celebrates what each season has to offer.

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Harmony Harvest Farm - Weyers Cave, VA

At Harmony Harvest Farm, we believe that everyone can live a better life through flowers. As one of the only farms in the country that ships flowers directly from our fields to doorsteps nationwide, our pride in our flowers, our farm, our family, and our tribe are evident in every single box. We grow over 200 varieties of flowers from April to October and proudly represent the magic of American flower farmers in the off-season. As stewards of the land, we take farming very seriously using only naturally-based fertilizers and pest treatments, and are constantly seeking better ways to take care of our little slice of heaven. Advocates of American-grown flowers, our mission is the make domestically sourced flowers available to everyone, everywhere.

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Hello Daisy Flower Farm - Canton, GA

"Love local" inspires Hello Daisy Flower Farm's seasonal, styled selections for any occasion. Sustainable, homegrown blooms such as sweet peas, dahlias, and zinnias evoke both feelings of nurture and nostalgia in each field to vase arrangement. Southern charm and a touch of Georgia grace are Hello Daisy's hallmarks.

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Hilltop Flower Design - Oxford, PA

I am a farmer-florist on a micro flower farm, growing intensively and sustainable on 1/4 acre section of my 3 acre property. My style is whimsical, romantic, and wild. I believe the world needs beauty and that we should all do our part to leave it in a better place. I never use floral foam, rarely work with single use plastics, and either compost flowers after an event or dry them for future use. I worked professionally as a horticulturist at Longwood Gardens and bring my knowledge of growing great and healthy flowers, and a design eye - gleaned from working as an artist in a previous life - to every floral arrangement I make! I take a bottom up approach to so many aspects of my business; Healthy flowers start with healthy soil; Healthy businesses, start with incremental successes; Healthy relationships, start with respect.

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Hometown Flower Co. - Huntington, NY

Hometown Flower Co. is a boutique specialty floral design studio and flower truck based on Long Island, NY. We are 100% guided by our mission to let Mother Nature call the shots, working exclusively with locally-grown seasonal flowers, which we source directly from our local farms. We believe local sourcing is not only more sustainable and ethical, but we also find it to be more creatively liberating as it makes room for the beautiful, unexpected blooms to shine and bring any vision to life. Finally, we are also a foam-free florist and try to mitigate as much waste and toxic materials as possible with all our designs. We are known for our Flowers in a Bag subscriptions and one-time deliveries; our Flower Truck, Baby Blue, a 1976 vintage Ford pick-up; our hands-on workshops and flower bars; unique and unexpected special occasion and wedding designs; and more.

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Humble Bee Flowers - Berwick, ME

Humble Bee Flowers is an eco-friendly florist, sourcing high-quality, unique floral and botanical material from our own cutting garden and US flower farms for organic designs rooted in seasonality and community. Kristen prioritizes using local product first, supporting growers and connecting consumers to the season. We seek to highlight the vitality inherent to flowers fresh from the field. Humble Bee is focused on sustainability in all aspects, from growing to designing. We leave a smaller footprint by sourcing close to home, composting, reusing, recycling, and avoiding the use of materials that can't be responsibly disposed of, such as dye or foam. We believe flowers can be the ultimate low-waste purchase with dedication to a more holistic supply chain.

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JenniFlora Sonoma - Sebastopol, CA

This sustainable flower grower and florist specializes in specialty, heirloom garden roses for weddings, special occasions, and subscriptions, offering both pickup and delivery. Their unforgettable bridal arrangements, created with same-day, fresh-picked blooms from the field, feature unique textures and vibrant colors, blending sustainability and design.

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Juniper Lane - Sonoma, CA

Juniper Lane is a boutique floral design studio specializing in intimate events and weddings with a focus on creating artistic, ethereal styles using locally grown, seasonal blooms whenever possible. Based in Sonoma, California, in the heart of wine country, Juniper Lane’s mission is to create beauty with intentional design and elevate life's special celebrations while being mindful of environmental impact. Owner Jen Donohue believes what makes her floral designs stand out from others is the result of paying closer attention to nature and bringing thoughtfulness into each stage of the design process. “When we make extra efforts to source local flowers cultivated with sustainable methods, when we take the time to notice the small details while selecting the ingredients and choosing color palettes, when we respect the time and energy that was put into the growing process by treating the blooms with great care, when we take into consideration the shape and direction that the stem took when growing on the plant, all of that love shines through and makes the final product special.” Juniper Lane sources local flowers as much as possible, working with a number of growers within Sonoma county and throughout the Bay Area to source unique varieties not often available at the wholesale market. Juniper Lane also incorporates eco-friendly practices into design work by avoiding the use of floral foam and instead seeks out reusable and recyclable materials to build beautiful arrangements and installations.

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Labellum - Bozeman, MT

Labellum is a contemporary flower boutique in Bozeman, Montana. Our style is hip, modern and organic. We love mixing natural elements and incorporating rich textures into our work. We partner with gardeners and farmers in our area during the warmer months to combine as many vibrant local flowers as possible into our designs. We also grow many flowers and whenever possible, love foraging respectfully and ethically. We are beekeepers and grow on our ever changing micro urban homestead.

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Larkspur - Chicago, IL

Choose from a selection of seasonal and artisanal, locally grown floral arrangements for special occasions, subscriptions, weddings, events and corporate accounts. Larkspur features flowers fresh from its farm in Southwest Michigan (MI), which is committed to organic and regenerative growing practices. Visit their website for delivery zones and pricing.

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Little Acre Flowers - Washington D.C.

Washington DC’s only florist committed to 100% local sourcing, Little Acre Flowers is the antithesis to conventional flower shops characterized by low quality imports and ample waste. With emphasis on seasonality and sustainability, Little Acre Flowers sources from local farmers providing fresh and distinctive varietals throughout the year. Their arrangements always reflect the season and feature the highest quality, ever-changing and long-lasting blooms. Operating from a U Street corridor studio, Little Acre Flowers offers both wedding and event florals as well as daily arrangements subscriptions for delivery to Washington, DC, Maryland (MD) and Virginia (VA).

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Little Blue Stem Farm - Carthage, MS

This small family farm and floral design studio specializes in field grown cut flowers for weddings, seasonal subscriptions, custom arrangements and pop-up bouquets during the growing season, mid-March through end of October. They also host teaching workshops for littles called ‘Bucket Buds’ with a portion of proceeds donated to Operation Shoestring.

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Little Moon Farm - Napa, CA

Little Moon Farm Flower Arrangements are wild, bloom-filled and all-natural. We are a sustainable farm first, and a florist second. Our passion for growing beauty and diversity and creating a pollinator-friendly ecosystem, has lead us to grow more and more flowers each season, and our love for arranging flowers blossomed naturally. We use 99% of our own farm-grown flowers and foliage, and might source or forage locally on a very rare occasion. We have a mission to build community around locally grown food and flowers and to farm using beyond organic regenerative methods.

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Locaflora Design - Gettysburg, PA

Locaflora is your friendly neighborhood flower shop: We come to the rescue with 100% locally sourced flowers for all occasions. Our mission is to revive the love of local flowers in our region. By partnering with local growers, we're able to bring you the beauty and the bounty of each season. "

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Local Color Flowers - Baltimore, MD

Arrangements, subscriptions, workshops, wedding and event design featuring fresh, seasonal flowers grown within 100 miles of Baltimore. No airplanes, chemicals or exploited workers. Pickup and delivery available.

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Many Graces - Hadley, MA

Both farmers and designers, Many Graces takes its work and mission to heart with floral designs that are always unique, striking and artistic, featuring certified-organically grown blooms. Subscriptions, bouquets and wedding event florals available. EXCERPTED FROM THEIR WEBSITE: “As the global cut-flower industry relies heavily on air transport of flowers, and often on worker exploitation and harsh agrochemicals that have negative effects on communities, air, soil, and water supplies, supporting local, ethical, and sustainable flower production and design helps to secure the future viability of this important work.”

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Mary Stuart Flowers - New Canaan, CT

Mary Stuart Flowers was just named by Florists’ Review (January 2022) as one of their “125 Florists to Be Celebrated” and “among the best and brightest stars in our industry in 2022.” I fell in love with flowers in my childhood, watching my grandmother Pat create lovely arrangements for the Boston Flower Show with Queen Anne’s Lace, salmon colored geraniums and roses from her garden. Her hands seemed to place the stems exactly where they wanted to be, giving each flower a place of her own with room to breathe. It was effortless. At least, it looked so to me. I always try to keep those images of my grandmother, and especially her hands, relaxed and light in my mind while I’m arranging my own flowers. It is so important to me that my designs feel natural, relaxed, and even a bit wild. While my grandmother’s style has certainly inspired my own designs, the art and mechanics of floristry continue to change since I began watching her create in the 1980’s. My designs are made sustainably by implementing reusable mechanics such as chicken wire and floral frogs. I never use toxic floral foam or altered (dyed, bleached) materials as these cannot be composted and returned to the soil from which they grew. We must always be mindful of our impact. One of the many joyful experiences that have come from founding Mary Stuart Flowers is the delight I have found in growing my own flowers. What began as a hobby is quickly becoming an obsession and with the digging of each new flower bed and the repurposing of every bare patch of land, I continue to create space to grow flowers. I have also found great kinship with the amazing farmer-florists in New England who provide incredible seasonal flowers and whose passion for growing beautiful things is bursting from every petal. Using my own home-grown flowers and those grown by local flower farmers in my designs whenever I can infuses them with all the energy and love it took to grow them. When I launched Mary Stuart Flowers I knew that I wanted to design for weddings, gatherings and celebrations because the people who come together on these occasions come with open hearts and open arms, fully prepared to enjoy what comes. And so it is with flowers; when approached from a place of celebration, they will present their most joyful performance. It would be my pleasure to flower for you.

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Max Gill Design - Berkeley, CA

Weddings. Events. Installations. Workshops. Max’s work is distinguished by his reliance on specialty blooms and botanical rarities gleaned from local growers, his own formidable cut flower garden in North Berkeley, and a long list of Bay Area nurseries.

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Mi Viva - Fountain HIlls, AZ

Founded by a floral designer and photographer, Mi Viva Designs (about 20 miles from Phoenix), uses local, seasonal, and sustainable flowers during the growing season, and foam-free design. Find a mix of special occasion flowers, wedding florals, event design, workshops, original photography, and more.

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Molly & Myrtle - Indianapolis, IN

Nature inspires our work and holds us accountable to sustainable practices including sourcing as much as possible from our gardens and local farms during the growing season. Using local flowers and foliage gathered in season brings an authenticity to our design style. Gathering stems from the garden brings us joy and reminds us that we are just a part of all living things when we awake a slumbering bee resting in a zinnea in the morning, or greet a praying mantis climbing in the boxwood hedge.

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Molly Oliver Flowers - Brooklyn, NY

Since our inception in 2012, Molly Oliver Flowers has led the way in setting standards for sustainable floristry, in New York and nationwide. Through subscriptions, retail orders and events, we aim to share the healing power of locally-grown flowers! There are a number of ways we incorporate and pioneer “slow flowers” practices to reduce our impact: local flower sourcing, foam and synthetic chemical-free design, rented and locally-made vessels, using paraffin-free candles, partnering with Terracycle to up-cycle waste, and composting pre and post event.

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Monkey Flower Group - Napa, CA

The Monkey Flower Group is a small scale flower grower and full service florist located in Napa, CA. Our mission is to make locally grown, environmentally and socially responsible, timelessly designed flowers available at a fair, competitive price to all members of our community. We source exclusively within 100 miles of our studio, primarily from Napa, Sonoma, and Solano counties, from our gardens and other individual growers employing only responsible pest, weed, and soil management practices and OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listed inputs. We believe this is desirable for all the same reasons that eating clean, locally grown food is: a lighter carbon footprint, healthier communities, and fresher and safer products that reflect the season and landscape. Pickup and Napa area delivery available.

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Morning Glory Flowers - Glenville, WV

Floral-inspired faces. Organically grown cut flowers in the heart of West Virginia, March to October.

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Mountain Field Farm & Farmersdottir - Palmer, AK

Mountain Field Farm is a peony and cut flower farm that uses all organic growing methods and sustainable floral design practices. We practice recycling and reuse as a core philosophy on the farm and use sustainable materials in our floral designs. We just opened Farmersdottir (@farmersdottir), our gift and flower shop with a nordic farmhouse vibe where we sell our organically grown flowers, bouquets and produce in season and handmade gifts, home decor, curated vintage, and artisan food year round. We are currently researching adding solar panels to our shop to offset the power usage for our flower cooler and the lights we use to grow our seedlings. We wholesale, sell direct to floral designers, as well as sell flowers and arrangements in Farmersdottir. We offer delivery within 20 miles.

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Papillon Floral - Santa Rosa, CA

From weddings to events to fresh cut, seasonal arrangements and floral subscriptions, Papillon carefully selects and ethically sources their flowers from local California farms for their hand-crafted, foam free floral designs. They also sell a curated collection of everlasting wreaths and small-batch gifts for body and home. Their motto: Art over assembly line. Delivery within 10 miles.

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Penchant for Petals - Saratoga Springs, NY

We focus on seasonal blooms, the majority of which we grow right at our own micro farm. We specialize in unique arrangements that utilize the freshest flowers, which means you will have an arrangement that will last well beyond a week (often up to 2 weeks)! Our organic practices mean your flowers won’t be treated with unknown chemicals. We cannot wait to deliver a gorgeous arrangement to you or a loved one! Delivery within 30 miles.

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Petal & Rake - Cookeville, TN

Spreading.Joy.Everyday is what we do. Growing gorgeous blooms & foliage in a sustainable way in the heart of the Upper Cumberland is how we do it. Petal & Rake is an organic specialty cut flower farm in Cookeville, TN. Our farm starts with the soil, so you get the best, high quality, long lasting local blooms for your everyday table or special event. Floristry is Art. We like to grow our own art supplies. We design with only what WE grow and love to show it off in it’s natural way - “garden style”. Airy, full of texture and movement. Each bloom has its place and can be appreciated on its own while contributing to the composition as a whole. We never use floral foam and source compostable and reusable materials from starting the seed to the vase on your table.

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Petal & Twig Floral - Mount Clemens, MI

A cut flower cultivator and floral design studio founded by JoAnne Lewis whose style is characterized by natural and fiercely eclectic. Offerings include: Wedding florals, event design, and bouquets for every occasion and celebration.

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Petalled - Palm Coast, FL

Latina Female Founded. Picture this: You encounter a breathtaking flower arrangement sitting with stunning grace atop a table. Inspired, you think to yourself, “I could make that!” Spoiler alert: You can’t. Yet! That’s where we come in. When your Petalled box lands on your doorstep, you’ll open it to find a magic garden of gorgeous blooms next to step-by-step instructions that will help you—yes you—create your own incredible bouquet. Get out your Petalled vase and get started: Soon, you’ll have an amazing display featuring pops of colors and bursting sprays, all put together by the world’s newest floral artist: you. Pretty. Brilliant. Your friends will say “I didn’t know you could do that!” And you’ll casually say, “Oh yeah, I can.” Because you just did.

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Petals and Pages Flowers - Fernley, NV

Both growers and designers, this conservation-minded family of farmer florists use only organically grown and sourced blooms in their wedding and event designs, CSAs and arrangements for all occasions. Specializing in antique and rare varieties of flowers, they thoroughly research their sourcing partners to ensure all values are aligned.

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Petals, Ink - Austin, TX

Petals, ink. is an award winning design studio whose team of flower lovers is dedicated to growing stunning, seasonal, 100% locally grown flowers. Each order is custom harvested to create memorable weddings, events, and everyday occasions, delivered throughout Austin.

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POME florals - Peekskill, NY

POME florals is bright, wild & womxn-owned. Our designs are sustainably-driven, and infused with the meaning of flowers to better connect and amplify the intentions of each of our clients. We love to collaborate with conscious brands and artists in our community to power their missions with our yummy, locally sourced, foam and chemical free blooms. Currently, we are booking events, offering seasonal subscriptions, workshops and more for your business or home. Visit POMEflorals.com to learn more.

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Pop´s Flowers - Edgewood, WA

This small family farm grows seasonal cut flowers for local delivery (within 7 miles), bouquet subscriptions, wedding design, and operates a seasonal farmstead during the growing season. They are big time advocates for the consumption of local flowers.

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Posie Fields - Roswell, GA

We are an urban flower farm located in Historic Roswell, Ga serving the greater Atlanta area. Passionate about the slow flower movement, we grow what is in season to ensure you get the best blooms possible, with a focus primarily on annuals and some perennials. Our farm produces a variety of sustainably-grown cut flowers for the flower lover, florist, and retailer. Our flowers are fresh and are always harvested within hours of reaching the customer. Our garden is pesticide-free to encourage pollinators and support the local environment

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Posy Blue - Meridian, ID

Vintage blue flower truck and pop up floral studio featuring 100% locally and American grown stems for build-your-own and grab-and-go bouquets, as well as wedding design, special events and flower delivery for all special occasions, graduations, baby showers, birthdays and more.

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Power Petals - Statesville, NC

Whether attending a workshop, purchasing an arrangement, or collecting buckets of flowers for a special event, our clients enjoy selecting flowers based on the story they want to tell. They value locally grown pesticide free flowers and the positive impact it has on our environment. Their love of flowers, or a flower lover, attracts them to the farm, but it’s the engaging interactive experience that brings them back. We grow flowers to create experiences. Every stem has a message, every collection a story.

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Redwood Wild Florals - Oakland, CA

Seasonal, Homegrown, & Handpicked Garden-Style Florals. Our garden-to-table florals reflect what I see in the garden as I potter around and ponder what to sow, grow, pick and prune. With special attention paid to environmentally sound practices, my inspiration lies in what’s found locally, what can be re-used, or what can be regenerated. You won’t find any floral foam in our work and I love reusing our vessels and mason jars, or sourcing vintage ones. My goal is to capture the magic of seasonal beauties, artfully tied together with color, texture, composition, and place.

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Roadside Blooms - Charleston, SC

Guided by the belief that beauty and sustainability don’t just co-exist, they work in concert, Roadside Blooms is an award-winning, full-service event floral design studio using American grown flowers and dried, mixed, and foraged blends for a one-of-a-kind, memorable wedding. Owner Toni is a leader of Charleston’s “green and local” movement.

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Rose Drops & Wishes - Havertown, PA

"When I was young I would be the kid in the neighborhood known for picking all the flowers out of everyone's front yards... Well I am still known til this very day for that... I am the flower lady who goes around the neighborhood asking all the neighbors if I can forage this foliage from their yard, or pick this flower from their garden to use it in my designs. There is just something about having that freshly picked stuff in there, maybe it's the smell, maybe it's the nostalgia, but it's something. Every season I get so excited because I know, oooo in a week, there are gonna be a million daffodils blooming, or in a month it's Dahlia season; just having those flowers to look forward to makes designing so much more meaningful. I feel my eagerness might set me apart, my undying passion to work with the local grown flowers!"

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Rowdy Poppy - Denver, CO

Rowdy Poppy is unique in the floral space as we both design impactful florals and also grow them on our small urban farm. This means your flowers get the utmost care and attention from seed to stem which translates to longer vase life, more fragrance, and overall more vibrant blooms. In addition, the total travel of your stems may be as little as a few feet compared to thousands of miles for typical imports. We are dedicated to offering flowers for everything from large events to everyday flowerings and give back to various social justice organizations throughout the seasons as part of our commitment to the community. Our designs are often described as whimsical and organic; we love mixing fresh, everlasting, and unexpected elements for one-of-a-kind compositions. We see the inherent beauty in everything from weeds in sidewalk cracks to seedheads blowing in the wind and try to share that with our clients by bringing in unexpected materials, seasonal elements, and as much local flora as possible. The mission of Rowdy Poppy is to provide unique, sustainable floral design that reminds us of our connection to the earth around us. To that end, we never use floral foam or harsh chemicals and all our materials are compostable, reusable, or recyclable. The flowers we use are grown right here on our farm, sourced from other local growers, responsibly foraged, or provided by wholesalers who supply US-grown blooms.

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Secret Life of Florals - Dallas, TX

We are a botanical design studio based in Dallas TX. We use a mix of seasonal, local, and foraged materials to create artful, sculptural flower designs.

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Selva Floral Design - Portland, OR

From its start, Selva Floral Design has been focused on sustainable business practices.There is no hiding the fact that wedding and event production industries are wasteful. Selva Floral does everything in its power to minimize that waste by reusing and recycling as much as possible. Its environmentally conscious practices include sourcing local flowers first for their foam free desigs, reusing and recycling, composting of all green material, and operating a chemical- and a toxin-free work environment.

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Sister Honey - Minneapolis, MN

Led by Katie Horvath, Sister Honey produces wedding and event floral designs reflective of the current season through locally grown and sourced blooms, textures and foliages. Invested in the Slow Flower movement, Katie grows an extensive cut flower garden that she incorporates into her work at Sister Honey. By carefully selecting each variety, she ensures that her garden is bursting with colors that complement her weddings and events.

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Soft Day Florals - Jacksonville, FL

From a vacant lot on Ionia Street, Soft Day Florals grows fragrant and dynamic heirloom varieties with an emphasis on sustainability for their custom floral designs, fresh bouquets, DIY buckets, workshops, community events and more. Their aesthetic is described as wonky and imperfect: flecked, arching, crooked, and unusual foliage formations that reflect where and when the flowers are grown.

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Superflowers47 - Shelter Island, NY

@superflowers47 is a roadside honor stand at 47 Dinahrock Road in Shelter Island, NY. We sell homegrown, uncommon, fresh cut flowers, and organically grown greens from our own garden. Pick up chic bunches of gorgeous flowers and the freshest, just-harvested greens - we take cash and Venmo. Also get a great photo in front of our tropical grass hut decorated with local shells and colorful tassels.

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Tanglebloom - Brookline, VT

These conscious growers and designers grow more than 100+ varieties of unique and heirloom blooms on their 5-acre farm for weddings and events, home and office flower installations, workshops and more. Their farm is also home to Tanglebloom Tiny Cabin, a handmade, open air sleeping cabin which they rent out to guests looking to commune with nature from May through September. On a mission to share beauty, cultivate joy and create change, Tanglebloom believes social justice and environmental preservation are inexorably linked. As such, they prioritize sustainability in their business practices, from waste management to foam-free design, and actively seek ways to support and advance the experiences of BIPOC communities.

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Teranga Flower Farm - Stamford, NY

Farm flowers grown sustainably, using organic practices, in upstate New York. We focus on less common specialty cut flowers.

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Teresa Sabankaya - Santa Cruz, CA

Teresa Sabankaya is the author of THE POSY BOOK - Garden Style Bouquets That Tell A Story. Inspired by the language of flowers, or floriography, she specializes in sending these unique, gorgeous posies nationwide from her floral studio in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California. Perfect gifts for celebrations, milestones, special events, sympathy, and just because, Teresa’s posies can convey all sorts of powerful and heartfelt messages. Teresa is a pioneer in Slow Flowers and always sources from locally grown materials, or at least American grown. Her studio has led the way in sustainable floristry since 1999. Let her send out a posy for you today.

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Terra Bella Flowers - Seattle, WA

One of the first florists in the US to use sustainable and organic practices, owner Melissa Feveyear is a champion of the local flower movement and founding member of the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market. She describes her floral design style as wild yet architecturally sound.

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The Flower Wagon - San Francisco, CA

The Flower Wagon is a woman-owned mobile flower truck celebrating the San Francisco Bay Area's sustainable and locally-grown flowers. We are committed to sourcing our flowers from local San Francisco Bay Area flower farms that prioritize regenerative and organic farming practices that restore our planet. Find us at pop-ups throughout the San Francisco Bay Area or book us for a private event!

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The Heirloom Yard - Fernandina Beach, FL

The Heirloom Yard is an urban flower farm in Fernandina Beach, Florida - producing locally-grown specialty cut flowers. Our floral and botanical offerings focus on unique colors, textures and scents that are seasonal to Northeast Florida. We are committed to ecologically sensitive growing methods while not compromising our standards for fresh, distinctive and lush blooms.

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The Peddler - Munhall, PA

Here at The Peddler, we believe that beauty matters and everyone is deserving of it. Despite the reality of suffering in the world, we are rooted in the hope that a new creation is possible. We seek to be a floral business that fosters hope by creating beauty with our floral design, being caretakers to the abundance of beauty in the natural world, and cultivating beauty through meaningful human connection.   Because we know that flowers have the ability to offer a healing balm to individuals, we also believe that our business should be healing to the ground in which those flowers were grown. Through the months of June through October, we commit to using only flowers that have been cultivated from the farms and backyards of individuals living within a 100 mile radius of our sweet city. We also practice sustainability in our commitment not to use floral foam in any of our design work, instead relying on innovative solutions, such as agro-wool.

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The Petaled Garden - Andover, MA

A family run flower farm offering high quality, locally grown flowers without the use of synthetic chemical treatments, and delivered without wasteful packaging or unnecessary handling, so you can be enchanted by your blooms and feel good about supporting the environment and your local community. Flowers are available as seasonal CSAs and custom designed for special occasions and celebrations. Delivery areas include: Essex, Middlesex, and Suffolk Counties including but not limited to areas of Andover, Billerica, Boston, Cambridge, Haverhill, Lexington, Lowell, Reading, Tewksbury, Westford, Weston, Wilmington and Winchester.

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Three Brothers Blooms - South Camano Island, WA

Small family farm in the PNW growing the most extraordinary flowers from seed, from March through October, for local pickup with limited delivery available.

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Three Notch Florals - Bloomington, NY

The delight you feel when those first crocuses break through the frozen soil and herald the arrival of spring is the gift of seasonal flowers. You wait for their arrival. The first bloom brings such promise. And you try to savor every moment because you know those flowers will not bloom forever. Enjoying seasonal flowers is a celebration and appreciation of the present moment. It is that feeling that Three Notch tries to bring to every wedding. We capture the time and the place you exchange your vows, a fleeting but incredible moment within the lifetime of your partnership, with the unique blend of flowers growing in the Hudson Valley the week of your wedding.

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Three Sisters Farm - Cookeville, TN

We are a small, all natural cut flower farm in Cookeville, Tennessee. Zero chemical pesticides or herbicides used on our farm. Use all natural fertilizers. I started growing vegetables for my family, but then fell in love with flowers. I have been growing cut flowers on our farm for 10 years now. We started out with myself and three daughters (hence the name) farming our property. My girls are all grown up and on their own (they still love gardening), so it's just Mom now. I love working in the fields with all of their beauty. I sell year round, whether it specialty bouquets, wreaths or dried arrangements. You may call or message me to arrange pickup of my flowers, or you can stop by The Glass tangerine (cool house plant/specialty store) Tuesdays through Saturdays, or pick up a bouquet or two at The Painted House, both in Cookeville. Follow Three Sisters Farm on Instagram, Facebook or visit my website 3sistersfarmtn.com.

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Tin Cup Flower Co. - Buffalo, TX

Seasonal, artful, garden-inspired floral design for weekly flower deliveries and weddings. This small family farm, run by a husband-wife duo, specializes in a bounty of seasonal cut flowers, organic vegetables, free range eggs and super cute pups.

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TJ McGrath Design - Plainfield, NJ

What does it mean to me to be a sustainable florist? It means that I have chosen cut flowers as my artistic medium and that I am ever mindful of my actions with them and the imprint/impact my art may have on the environment. I work primarily with flowers that are available to me both locally and seasonally and I refrain from using imported flowers whenever possible; almost to my own detriment from a business perspective. I only use, teach and advocate for design practices and tools that are reusable, recyclable or compostable. My commitment to these basic principals has forced me to do more with less, make less feel like more and in my opinion, have made me a better floral designer artistically.

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Two Little Buds Florist - Hamilton, OH

With an emphasis on family, friendship and farm-fresh seasonal flowers, this floral design studio specializes in weddings, events and editorial styling with two locations outside Cincinnati.

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Urban Desert Flora - Phoenix, AZ

I am The Sustainable Florist in Phoenix. I specialize in local blooms and sustainable designs! After working in flowers for a couple years, I realized the need for more sustainable florist practices in Arizona. I noticed that florists in my state could do more to support local agriculture. I set out to be the example, and essentially the antithesis of commercial floristry. I want to do things my way! I want to inspire other young people to go against the grain, and follow their dream. Commercial floristry is full of imported blooms pumped with preservative chemicals, a large carbon footprint, tons of floral foam based designs, and questionable ethics across the supply chain. I knew that I didn’t want to contribute to those issues. I also knew I couldn’t be fully on the opposite end of the spectrum where everything is locally grown/ foraged for. I am trying to be right in the middle of those two worlds! I want to create beautiful floral designs that you really can feel good about, educate on the issues with imported blooms, and connect you to your local AZ flower farmers! I have come to learn that the AZ flower season is not during the bulk of the wedding season. I had to shift my mindset to view my business through lenses of sustainability. Whenever I cannot source local blooms, I source from my closest Mayesh Wholesale. My compromise is only buying blooms that will have the lowest carbon footprint and/or Rainforest Alliance Certified. From October – February I import blooms grown in California, Oregon, Washington, Wisconsin, and Florida. I am able to source some local foliage during that time, but still it is very scarce. AZ flower farming is on the cusp of great expansion, and I want to be an integral part of that. I cut out all single-use plastics from my business. Everything is recyclable, compostable, or able to be repurposed. Since the 1960’s, florists have heavily relied on floral foam to create their designs. It’s a super convenient mechanic to have. However, we now know it is a microplastic made from petrochemicals and formaldehyde. Plus, there is no way to dispose of floral foam without harming the environment! Knowing these two facts does not lead me to purchase floral foam for my business. We did without just fine until the 1960’s. It’s time to take it back old school! This is your sign to always request foam free floral designs from your florist! I am a firm believer that small impacts lead to bigger, meaningful changes. It starts with us! Being a foam free florist allows me be creative all the way through the design process! I have to figure out which pre-1960s floral mechanic is best for the design, or design a whole new mechanic. A lot of the time I use combinations of chicken wire, sticks, and flower frogs. I love that I am required to be intentional throughout the entire design of a piece. I am already intentional with my bloom selection. It only makes sense to take that same sentiment to the creation of my mechanics in an arrangement or an entire floral installation.

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Wild Flower Forests - Belleville, IL

Committed to habitat development and ecosystem support, Wild Flower Forests grows cut flowers, native fruits and nuts on three acres of responsibly managed, pesticide-free land outside Belleville, IL.

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Wild Vine Floral - Austin, TX

At Wild Vine Floral, our flowers come from our cutting garden when in bloom with additional product sourced from local Central Texas flower farms.* This commitment to “keeping it local” means that your flowers get to you fresher & quicker, giving you longer naturally lasting blooms that have a smaller ecological footprint than those sourced out-of-state or internationally. We only use non-toxic materials. We never use floral foam, sprays, bleach or dye in our products. Our gardening practice is an organic, holistic approach, though not certified organic. We want to have a minimal impact on our environment and work to help educate others to make purchases this way in order to leave a better planet for our future generations. We use our own chicken and rabbit manure, as well as worm castings, in our compost to fertilize our garden’s soil. We source seeds from small companies, using non-GMO & non-invasive species, in addition to saving our own seeds. We also share seeds through a seed exchange whenever we have surplus to give to our community. Our perennial garden incorporates native and drought tolerant species that thrive in the Austin area including herbs that delight your sense of smell. Attention to what is blooming in the native Texas landscape delights our sense of seasons as they change. (For example, Zinnias bloom in Summer and Sweet Peas flourish in Spring.) Seasonal floral arrangements are one of life's sweet joys. Our Flower Club subscription reuses mason jars, with an exchange at each delivery to lower unneeded waste.

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Wildly Florals - South Orange, NJ

Wildly is a floral design studio in South Orange, NJ with a strong commitment to featuring locally grown flowers and sustainable practices. We design florals that evoke the movement of Nature while celebrating its immense beauty. Out of respect for the future of humanity and the beautiful planet we are all living on, Wildly Floral Co. uses sustainable practices in our designs. We compost green waste and source the great majority of our flowers from local flower farms to reduce our carbon footprint. We forego floral foam and instead utilize chicken wire, moss and pin frogs to provide structure and keep florals hydrated, even in our large scale installations. We buy back vases and reuse all containers we can. And we use recycled and/or recyclable paper products for our packaging and shipping materials. Our inspiration is derived from the movement and beauty of the natural world. Nature’s immense beauty has the power to evoke emotion in all humans and make us feel connected to each other and to the living world around us. At Wildly we use the medium of flowers, foliages and other natural materials to highlight Nature’s beauty and connect people.

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Willa Rose Floral - Detroit, MI

“Floral design is infinitely more beautiful and meaningful when the flowers are in season, locally harvested and fresh,” says Julia Griffin, owner, designer and farmer. By growing her own and using locally-grown blooms, she aims to show the beauty of a non-traditional style of floral design and positively impact the environment and community. During the growing season, Willa Rose offers special occasion bouquets, arrangements, CSAs and workshops. During the off-season, reach out for weddings, baby showers, events, installations and styling featuring American grown flowers.

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