Located at the base of the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, our fields are overflowing with colorful flowers that reflect the season. From elegant Peonies in the spring to fragrant Lilies in the summer, magnificent Dahlias and Sunflowers in the fall, and countless varieties in between, we harvest only the best of what is blooming each day!
2019 Firefly Flower Subscriptions
We offer a limited number of flower subscriptions. Seasonal mixed bouquets are available from May to September. This is an easy and affordable way to enjoy lots of amazing flowers all season long! Subscriptions are also great gifts ideas! Just select your subscription type. This may be 20 weekly bouquets or 10 bi-weekly bouquets, and a monthly subscription option to choose from. Then select your pickup location. You can get your bouquets at our Flower Farm Stand in Bluemont on Thursdays (more pickup locations coming soon). It’s a great experience! There are other benefits too like special events, promotions and discounts.
And remember. We want to be your new favorite subscription, bringing fresh flowers and more color to your life! If you’re not happy, we aren’t either!
If you have a special occasion and need flowers for your design, maybe specific flowers or colors, don't hesitate to call us.
Reserve Your Peony Bouquets for the 2019 Season It’s easy and doesn’t cost anything!
We love Peony season! It starts in May, but only lasts a few weeks. We plan to have more Peonies in 2019, but they are limited. So many people love these amazing flowers! You can reserve your Peony Bouquets now. Just select Reserve and enter some basic information so we can inform you as soon as they are available. Simple!
Buying locally-grown flowers really does address important issues such as sustainability, quality, freshness and our economy. Buying flowers grown close to home means you're supporting local economies, using less gas in transport, and ultimately ending up with a much fresher product. We use sustainable farming methods so your flowers are not covered with synthetic pesticides and harmful chemicals. We also use cover crops and crop rotation to conserve and enrich the soil. For pest control we employ natural methods (including a few chickens). To conserve water we use rain water and drip irrigation. We also designate areas where we don't cut the flowers in order to provide food for the pollinators like bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.