Flowers

Looking for local, Organic farm-to-vase blooms?
We’ve got you covered, in fresh blossoms that is.

Flowers are a key addition to our farm’s beauty, habitat creation and offerings. Our premium, locally grown stems endure less transport miles, are prepped for immediate vase use, are fresher hence live longer than cut imports, and support financially sustainable, Organic farming in Sonoma County.  Thank you for selecting flowers from this farm or other growers in our local community.

In an effort to co-promote localized flower purchasing we’re members of The North Bay Flower Collective, Slow Flowers and Field to Vase.


Purchase:

tuberosesTuberose:
Extremely fragrant tropical lilies with double-petals.  A rare specialty in our region.  These long stemmed beauties peak in August, but produce terrific stems all the way until the first frost.  Strong Arm Farm acquired 10,000+ of these lily bulbs from an elderly farmer living in Santa Rosa who acclimated them to our region.  The Certified Organic stems are sold in the summer and bulbs ($1 each) in the winter. Depending on annual abundance stems are sold at Shelton’s Grocery in Healdsburg, Mike’s Truck Garden in Fulton, Sonoma Flower Mart in Sebastopol, and via FEED Sonoma to Bi Rite Grocery in SF.

Bouquets:
Let us provide flowers for your event.  We specialize in table-topper sized, mono-botanical bouquets from the certified Organic, vibrant flower garden.   Delivery fee within Sonoma County, no fee for on-farm pick-up.  We do not deliver or ship out of county, sorry.

Bulk buckets:
Want to design/arrange your own flowers?  We sell buckets packed with everything that is currently blooming on the farm.  This unique, hand-curated collection features both focal and filler flowers in a wide range of colors, plus foliage. $50/bucket


Media

North Bay Flower Collective (founding member)
“We are a group of North Bay flower farmers and floral designers who support one another with resources and knowledge sharing. We work together to build a strong and beautiful alliance helping one another to grow and thrive.”  Consider supporting independent designers for your next event.               

Field to Vase logoField to Vase blog  1st Annual Flower Festival

Coming into Bloom
Made Local Magazine, Jul/Aug 2015, by Leilani Clark

Russian River Flower School’s promo video – 1:23 -1:27 spotlight on me and (our new dog) Hugo


Flowers