Our new herb and fresh cut flower garden was one of my very favorite additions for 2017! It has been so much fun being able to offer a variety of fresh cut arrangements in all sizes and colors for our local customers. We are already planning and excited for another year and more fresh cut herbs and flowers will be coming your way in 2018!
If you are local to the Brimfield Township / Kent, Ohio 44240 area and would like to have us put together something especially for you, please let us know. It would be a joy for us to create a floral arrangement or bouquet for you and those you love!
We can create bouquets without vases or we also have a variety of re-purposed vases and containers that we can create your arrangement in also! Or you are welcome to bring us your container and we will create an arrangement in it too!
Local florists, flower lovers and DIY brides if you would like to purchase buckets of flowers for your own floral arrangement adventures we are happy to provide you with fresh grown flowers, herbs, and greenery! Most of our flowers are edible too so if you are a local bakery or restaurant looking for great quality, locally grown herbs and edible flowers for your recipes and decorating we can help! Contact us for more information!
Below are some photos of what we have created this year! Please keep in mind that specific flower availability will vary by the season and what is in bloom.
Prices vary depending on the size and number of flower stems used for the arrangement, please let us know what you have in mind.
Fresh cut, local flowers should last one to two weeks or even longer. We recommend that you give them fresh water daily for best results. Many of our cut flower varieties (zinnias, cosmos, snapdragons, marigolds, sunflowers, and runner beans for instance) are also edible flowers and you can use their petals to liven up salads, freeze in ice cubes and decorate desserts too! So many possibilities, just make sure that it is an edible flower and then taste at will as we do not use any chemicals when growing or add any preservative to them when cutting and arranging. If you do not wish to use them to eat, you can add a flower preservative to the water to extend the life of your arrangement.