We started farming because it provides us with a personal way to care for the earth, and we believe that the beauty of our flowers reflects the health of our soil. That's why our flowers are grown using strictly organic practices and inputs, with no synthetic chemicals; we also use cover crops as a tool to protect and replenish the soil.

We count ourselves as members of the Slow Flower movement, which is trying to re-localize US flower production with an emphasis on ecological well-being and sustainable labor. Though Slow Flowers stand on their own merits by showing American consumers what freshness, vibrancy and diversity local farmers are capable of, they also stand in sharp contrast to the global conventional flower industry, whose standards for labor and environmental impact leave much to be desired.