Wednesday, October 5, 2016

1 year from now...

Call me old fashioned- but I like to write by hand

Time seems to travel so fast. We had our first deep frost for the season, so many of the flowers are done for the season. What is amazing is to think of is one of my projects I have been working on is my book about Seasonal Flower Bouquets of Atlantic Canada- it is going to be published and officially in print 1 year from now!! I've teamed up with Nimbus Publishing and the work has been ongoing this year on top of all our flowers and weddings. I feel so blessed and privileged to have such a team helping mesh everything together as the last legs of the project are now in sight.
 Pinch me, I'm dreaming!
Love, your flower farmer,

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Bohemian Forest Photo Shoot

I am so lucky to be able to partake in a few styled photo shoots each season.
One that is coming up is themed a Bohemian Forest Styled Shoot, organized by Emily Seaboyer of Locusart Jewellery.

Here is a sneak peek of my inspiration- a bridal bouquet I created earlier in the season-
It is a loose cascade of greenery with a few pops of peach. Wild, textural and woodsy.
I am oh so excited for this!

The wild cascade as inspiration

Side view of the cascade

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Infused Edibles

One of our new amazing things we have been working on is a new line of Edible Infusions.

Lavender Honey
Lavender Sugar
Rose Petal Sugar

Basil Infused Sea Salt

The infused sugars are with Organic Cane Sugar, and our homegrown flowers and herbs. Use the flavored sugar sprinkled on berries, in tea, or as a finishing sugar on cookies & 

muffins. To bring out the full flavor of the sugars, use as a substitute in the baking recipe- creaming the sugar with butter enhances the flavors. Use about 1/2 to 2/3 of a cup, and the finish the rest of the recipe with your regular sugar.

Lavender Sugar
I got into using infused sugar & salt as a way to dress up my ordinary recipes- Easily and Effortlessly.
Rose Petal Sugar
Basil Infused Sea Salt
 For the infused salt, I am currently dipping my fresh tomatoes in it, but it has plenty of uses for fresh and roasted veggies, meats and savory breads.

Drool Worthy Lavender Honey

You can buy it at our Saturday market, or contact us directly.

                                                                    Love, your flower farmer,

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Bridal Season Begins!

It is the time of year for Bridal Show's to bring together top industry leaders to showcase their skills.
Two of my favorite shows-

Indie Wedding Social HFX- Sunday March 6th, Olympic Community Hall, Halifax, 12pm -4pm

Bliss the Bridal Event HFX Sunday April 10th,  The Delta, Halifax, 8th floor 12pm - 4pm

Here is a recap of our 2015 wedding season:


Hope to see you there!

        Love, your flower farmer,

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Flower Farm Apprentice

So you want to be a flower farmer?

Then we want you! We are looking for an energetic & detail oriented farm apprentice to join us for the 2016 Season. 
This is a great opportunity to learn about farming, growing flowers & floral designing. Tasks include:
Harvesting & processing cut flowers
Managing weeds, clearing beds
Seeding and planting transplants
Making bouquets for market and CSA
Various farm tasks & some other fun stuff
Check out all the details on our Job Page.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

2015 Seasonal Flowers recap

Where has the time gone?! We had an amazing CSA in 2015, with over 350 beautiful bouquets spread across the HRM, not to mention our weddings and market flowers. Here is a video we made recapping the different flowers and the seasons from our CSA. Enjoy!


You can check out our CSA page to find all the information you need.
Our 2016 options are:
A) Spring Session (4 weeks) $85                                        May 4th – May 27th
B) Flower Aficionado (20 weeks) $321                            May 4th- October 12th
C) Flower Lover (12 weeks) $220                                       May 4th - October 12th
D) Summer Aficionado (16 weeks) $268                        June 30th – October 12th
E) Summer Lover Biweekly (8 weeks) $166                 June 30th – October 12th

The newest addition this year, is including a Dried Flower Bouquet*, which comes out in Mid November. It is a great way to keep the flower love during the off season! (*excluding the Spring only Package)

We are currently working out drop off's to
Bedford & Dartmouth, but the season drops are on a limited schedule from July 7th- October 13th,
A) Weekly 15 weeks = $254
B) Biweekly 8 weeks = $166
These would be for Thursday pick ups and the dried bouquet is on October 27th.

Please check out our CSA page to help you get started, and to sign up.
Thanks so much.
Love, your flower farmer,

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Spring CSA Recap

Our Spring CSA was a totally success, blooming over four weeks this May to Early June. I wanted to share what the season progressed through. It is amazing to see the transition from week to week- starting with the daffodils and ending with a beautiful variety of colors and blooms.

Week One- a late start, but the cheery daffodils made up for it!
Week Two- The early tulips began

Week Three- A selection of our wild parrot and double tulips

Week Four- Lilacs, Tulips. Allium, Solomon's Seal and Viburnum