About Our Flowers

We grow beautiful, seasonal, pesticide-free cut flowers. Using organic and sustainable methods, we make the most of the northwest Montana climate and our short growing season.

Because we believe in leaving things better than we found them, we avoid pesticides and chemicals. Our flowers provide food for bees and habitat for beneficial insects. We amend our soil with compost, bedding and manure from our chickens, decomposed leaves and local manure.

All of our flowers and foliage are grown or foraged right here in the Flathead Valley. Our flowers are cut fresh and travel just a few miles (or a few city blocks) to reach our customers.

Some flowers bloom all summer long, while others make brief seasonal appearances. Our favorites include dahlias, cosmos, zinnias, strawflower, scabiosa, amaranthus, lilacs, columbine, peonies, lupine and salvia. We love Montana wildflowers and native flowers, blooming branches, and herbs like basil and dill.

Why Flowers?

Summers in northwest Montana are brief and glorious. The skies are a vivid blue, the days are long, and the mountains and valleys are full of life.

Fresh flowers enhance the beauty of each season, from spring through summer and into autumn. Enjoying flowers allows us to slow down, appreciate the moment and feel connected to nature.

Many of us have a nostalgic connection to a particular flower, or memories of a childhood garden with loved ones nearby. Perhaps your grandmother grew prizewinning peonies or a wild tangle of sweet peas. Or maybe you built forts underneath the lilac bushes and picked handfuls of the prettiest flowers you didn't know were weeds.

By growing flowers we are following the seasons and making freshness easier to find. We are keeping those childhood memories close at hand.

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