Listings in Floral Workshops & Classes
We grow a variety of kaleidoscopic, gorgeous flowers. Our blooms last longer because they don't have to travel far to get to you. We offer on-farm workshops and design for weddings and events, using flowers we grow.
3118 N HAWTHORNE DR
Boise, Idaho 83703-4518
Our mission is to produce beautiful, fragrant, romantic roses in exquisite shapes and colors. We are dedicated to growing the highest quality roses in our gardens. Rose Story Farm now grows 18,000 rose bushes, with over 120 varieties.
5950 Casitas Pass Rd.
Carpinteria, California 93013
Since 2002, nestled in the middle of an eighth-generation family farm, we are dedicated to the cultivation of creativity and the human spirit through agriculture and fine art. Farmer florists, specialty flower growers serving NOVA/DC area.
4475 Sudley Road
Gainesville, Virginia 20155
Boutique Flower Farm right outside of College Station, TX specializing in wholesale florist sales, retail bouquet sales, on site farm events, and U-Pick events.
23683 Ward Rd
Navasota, Texas 77868
Our farm consists of 35+ acres of the very best river-bottom soil along the Coast Fork of the Willamette River in Oregon. The crops we raise include flowers and foliages of all kinds; ornamental herbs, grasses, grains, unique sticks pods and more!
34573 Seavey Loop Road
P.O. Box 5283
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Cultivated & Wildcrafted. Loving all things plant & flower based. We deliver flowers! Order online, or visit our shop in The Barlow, Sebastopol, CA. www.californiasister.bloomnation.com
6790 McKinley St.
Sebastopol, California 95472
FarmGal Flowers is an urban specialty cut flower farm and floral design studio in Orlando, Florida (Zone 9b). We organically grow seasonal cut flowers and design with them to create unique bouquets for special occasions.
C/O East End Market
3201 Corrine Drive, Suite 201
Orlando, Florida 32803
Using 100% Ontario-Grown flowers, we design and deliver seasonal arrangements throughout Toronto and the GTA.
135 Tecumseh St
Toronto, Ontario M6J2H2