Apr 2

What’s Blooming in Our Garden?


Our garden is finally beginning to bloom! Last Fall we planted 2,000 tulip bulbs, 150 hyacinth bulbs, and 500 daffodil bulbs. We have also started hundreds of seeds indoors that we will soon be transplanting into our garden. We are so excited to share our upcoming season with you!


The yellow tulips were the first to bloom! We also have some red buds starting to pop open. Soon, our fancy double tulips will be blooming, also! We’re hoping the double tulips will be available just in time for Mother’s Day.

We are offering $12 tulip mason jar arrangements for our simple tulips – we will let you know the pricing for our fancy double tulips when they are available.





We are offering $12 mason jar hyacinth arrangements. These beauties are heavenly scented and bring the joys of Spring to those that receive them.


We also have daffodils blooming in our garden! These mason jars are $25 apiece and are filled with some beautifully ruffled blooms. Daffodils are one of the first Spring flowers to bloom and come in a variety of forms and colors.

We are excited to expand our daffodil selection next year!


Keep Updated With What’s Blooming In Our Garden!

We are so excited to share our flowers with the community. Flowers have a way of spreading joy to all that receive them. Bringing these blooms into the community feels to be a necessity during these times, exactly the sunshine that we all are craving.

Thank you for supporting our small, local business! We are excited for this upcoming season and hope that you enjoy our blooms.

We plan to grow and design with these gorgeous blooms for your every day flower needs and special events. We are now booking for 2021 & 2022 weddings and events. Contact us to find out more about which fresh blooms from our garden can be available for your event!

Hi There! I'm so glad you're here. I'm lyss, a gardener, wedding and event floral designer, blogger, mom, and wife. I am striving to spread joy through flowers. If you found this post helpful, please leave a c (1).png

Please share in the comments below what you are most excited to see in our garden this year! Or, what you hope to see blooming in the future! We love to connect with you.

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