FROM THE FIELD

Garden grown Cafe au Lait dahlia.

Garden grown Cafe au Lait dahlia.

Our flowers and foliage are sourced 100% locally and sustainably from our fields at Animalitos Farm in Occidental, CA, from our neighbors gardens in Bloomfield, CA, and from our friends' in the North Bay Flower Collective's farms throughout Sonoma, Napa and Marin Counties.

In our 1/2 acre garden, we grow using sustainable practices, without harsh or synthetic chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers. We work with the soil, the microbes, and all the animals (big and small - there's a reason for naming the farm Animalitos as you will see below!) on the farm to make sure everyone is treated with the respect and admiration they deserve.

Farms we often source from include: Chica Bloom Farm in Sebastopol, Front Porch Farm in Healdsburg, Full Bloom Farm in Graton, Heidrun Meadery in Point Reyes, B-Side Farm in Sebastopol, First Light Farm in Petaluma and Open Field Farm in Petaluma. Depending on the week or the order, we may harvest and pick-up directly on the farms and other times we get those same farmers' blooms through the newly opened Sonoma Flower Mart in Sebastopol at the Barlow.

Most importantly the flowers we provide are fresh, safe, natural and simply gorgeous.

One of the newest additions to Animalitos Farm, Sylvie the lamb. 

One of the newest additions to Animalitos Farm, Sylvie the lamb. 

Garden roses at Animalitos, just in time for Mother's Day.

Garden roses at Animalitos, just in time for Mother's Day.

A sneak peak of Animalitos Farm, Occidental, CA. 

A sneak peak of Animalitos Farm, Occidental, CA. 

Daniele, Zorra kitten and dahlias - a typical day at the farm...

Daniele, Zorra kitten and dahlias - a typical day at the farm...

Jeremy preparing the new JoLee beds at Animalitos with Tony tending to the figs in the background.

Jeremy preparing the new JoLee beds at Animalitos with Tony tending to the figs in the background.

Peony flower from Pepper Peonies in Petaluma.

Peony flower from Pepper Peonies in Petaluma.

Ranunculus for days from Front Porch Farm.

Ranunculus for days from Front Porch Farm.

Front Porch Farm's Iceland poppies popping.

Front Porch Farm's Iceland poppies popping.

Farmer Zoe's David Austin's from Front Porch Farm.

Farmer Zoe's David Austin's from Front Porch Farm.

A homegrown Anemone. 

A homegrown Anemone. 

Later winter beauties, Anemones from B-Side Farm.

Later winter beauties, Anemones from B-Side Farm.

Wild fennel foraged from First Light Farm.

Wild fennel foraged from First Light Farm.

A burst of Chica Bloom Farm grown yarrow.

A burst of Chica Bloom Farm grown yarrow.

Sunflower magic from First Light Farm.

Sunflower magic from First Light Farm.

Daniele holding a few bunches worth of Chica Bloom Farm grown Lisianthus.

Daniele holding a few bunches worth of Chica Bloom Farm grown Lisianthus.

Leucadendron from up the Sonoma Coast.

Leucadendron from up the Sonoma Coast.

Bushels of dried flowers at Open Field Farm.

Bushels of dried flowers at Open Field Farm.

Winter harvested protea from our friends' garden on Bloomfield Rd.

Winter harvested protea from our friends' garden on Bloomfield Rd.

Sweet William by the bundle at Chica Bloom Farm.

Sweet William by the bundle at Chica Bloom Farm.

Julian strikes a fierce pose with Chica Bloom Farm grown Ruby Silk.

Julian strikes a fierce pose with Chica Bloom Farm grown Ruby Silk.

Spray roses from Pepper Peonies.

Spray roses from Pepper Peonies.

Daniele harvesting from the fields at Front Porch Farm. Photo by Zoe Hitchner

Daniele harvesting from the fields at Front Porch Farm. Photo by Zoe Hitchner

Ruby red ranunculus from our home garden.

Ruby red ranunculus from our home garden.


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