— Hadley


Many Graces


As farmers & 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 using sustainable, thoughtful practices. Subscriptions, bouquets & wedding event florals available, as is a listing of where they’re sold locally.


*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 & design helps to secure the future viability of this important work.

— Medford


Garden & Roads


Find artfully crafted flowers during the growing season (May through Oct) sourced from their own gardens and augmented from New England Flower Exchange when local flowers aren’t available. *Similar to the food industry, the floral industry has moved toward mass production and the use of materials that are not healthy for the environment. In striving to be a green florist, G&R’s ethos revolves around working with products and methods gentle & healthy to the environment, focusing on three principles: 1) local & sustainable, 2) reuse, recycle & biodegradable, and 3) environment conscious.

— Norwell


Cross Street Flower Farm


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

— Bud In

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