Meet Your Growers
Dedication. Expertise. Passion.
Our team of flower farmers are committed to healthy farming and conditioning practices to ensure that your flowers are delivered in the best possible health so that you can create your flower magic knowing that your floral arrangements will last. Below are the growers and the farms that they run. They work very hard to bring you the best flowers possible from our local Northwest Region. Thank you for supporting the slow flower movement! You are making a difference in the world, our region and your community.
Sowing Joy Farm
Ondrea Kidd Farmer/Florist
Ondrea is a lifelong gardener with a love for hosting on farm experiences that inspire others. She loves to grow unique varieties and growing for specialty events and weddings where she does her own design work.
Holly has gardened, landscaped and grown plants and flowers throughout her life. Raising cut flowers has become her soul-filling venture.
She enjoys creating and designing unique floral arrangements. She offers subscription services during the growing season and amaryllis around the winter holidays.
The Little Flower Growers
Ann has loved flowers since she was a little girl. After her children were grown, she began her encore job, growing specialty cut flowers-Dahlias are her favorite among them!
Following the Floret Workshop 2021, she has continued to educate herself through a succession of classes and webinars with a focus on dahlias in particular.
She offers seasonal cut flower bouquet subscription to local businesses and a series of rooted cuttings of both "tried and true" top quality dahlias.
Honey Bird Flowers
Honey Bird Flowers is a family-run farm in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Natalie loves the magic of growing heirloom flowers from seed and focusing on sustainability. She offers seasonal cut flowers of all varieties and provides flowers for special events and weddings.
Bumble & Bloom
Kellie is brand new to the flower scene. She is 16 and hopes to make growing flowers for beautiful bouquets a lifelong adventure. She is just getting her little garden off the ground this year and hopes to continue to make additions each year as she learns and grows as a flower farmer.