Florals for Gifting (Or for You!)
We get it. Winter is approaching and we are all feeling the slow, inevitable shift to the coming season. As days get colder, and we move back inside, we find ourselves craving fresh blooms to revive our spirits and brighten our days! We offer otherworldly flower arrangements and charming gifts for delivery Wednesday to Saturday each week. Our designer's choice arrangements offer up THE perfect array of specialty and unusual blooms. In season we source many of them locally. After frost we source our blooms from all over the world. Some of our flower friends love them so much, they opt to get themselves a subscription. This service offers you weekly or biweekly flowers as a standing order.
Local Curated Blooms
Normally these incredible specimen blooms are used in our weddings. With weddings on hold, we're bringing them direct to you with safe, contactless delivery. In season we work directly with local flower growers. Post-frost, we bring in flowers from around the world from importers who are meticulously following safety standards.
These arrangements are available for delivery Wednesday to Saturday.
These blooms are special. They are grown with great care. You won't find these in the supermarket. They are specimens and should be enjoyed as such!
One of Our Flower Farmer Favorites-Flores Temporis
Though I’ve always loved nature, I knew nothing about gardening or flowers until we bought a house in 2005. My husband and I were so clueless after living in NYC for 10 years, we bought a reel mower, for 5 acres of grass! The science nerd in me started reading voraciously about all things plants, and dived into soil prep. I fell in love with trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, bulbs, heirloom vegetables... everything! My son is what motivated me to break ground for a garden. I wanted him to play in nature, learn about the web of life and grow (and eat!) the freshest, organic veggies and fruits. My happiest times in a garden are those I share with him. All the gorgeous varieties of flowers feeds into my long standing penchant for collecting things (hoarding is such an UGLY word), so I now grow over 100 different peonies, I won’t divulge publicly how many dahlia cultivars, and other glorious companions that seem to keep multiplying every year. I love growing flowers because they have the power to elicit so many wonderful, restorative emotions; happiness, wonder, joy, gratitude, comfort, peace. To spread these feelings to others is important, especially in these remarkable times.