Our Farmer’s

All our flowers are grown and distributed on Long Island. Check out the map to see exactly where our flowers come from.

Long Island City, Queens | Brooklyn Grange +

Not to be misleading, but this Brooklyn Grange is actually located in Long Island City, Queens. One of the first (and biggest) rooftop gardens in New York, Brooklyn Grange has led the charge on urban farming since its launch in 2010. Varieties grown here include Zinnias, Gomphrena, SnapDragons, Ageratum, Strawflower, Celosia, Cosmos, Sunflowers, and more. Aside from flowers, between its two NYC rooftop farms, Brooklyn Grange grows over 50,000 lbs of organically-cultivated produce per year and offers a robust calendar of events and educational programming for those who want to learn more about organic farming.

Read our Q&A with Seth Johnson, Brooklyn Grange’s Farm Manager!

And learn more about the farm’s mission here.

Floral Park, Queens | Queens County Farm +

Founded in 1697, Queens County Farm occupies New York City’s largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland and encompasses a 47-acre parcel that is the longest continuously farmed site in New York State. The farm’s site includes historic farm buildings, a greenhouse complex, livestock, planting fields, an orchard, and an herb garden. More than 45 flower varieties grow here, including Aster, Bells of Ireland, Celocia, Dianthus, Eucalyptus, Lisianthus, Scabiosa, Status, Sunflowers, Heliotrope, Lavender, and more.

Read our Q&A with the farm’s Director of Agriculture, Anne Alleva, here!

And learn more about the farm’s mission here.

Huntington | Our house! +

Our 1846 historic home sits on a half acre of lush land that grows a variety of plants and flowers that we love to source inspiration from. Our love of flowers began right in our own backyard and we think everyone should look to their own yards to enjoy Mother Nature’s beauty. Some of our varieties include Hydrangea,Peony, Lavender, Dusty Miller, Sage, Ranunculus, Rosemary, and Ivy.

Huntington | Emma’s Garden Growers +

A family business with over 75 years working in the horticultural industry, Emma’s Garden Growers is a wholesale-only nursery and farm with a diverse selection of annuals, perennials, tropicals, succulents, and more. We source Hometown’s succulents, air plants, indoor plants, as well as some of our own property’s flowering plants from here.

Coram | Malik Farms +

Founded in 1997 Malik Farms is a family-owned wholesale-only flower farm sitting on 25 acres in the middle of Long Island. The team here, including members Ted Malik and Carol Russell, specializes in a core group of flowers and growing them exceptionally well, including Peonies, Sunflowers, Gladiolas, Zinnias, Lilies, Liatris, and Statice.

Read our Q&A with Ted Malik here!

Melville | E. Reckner Greenhouses +

E. Reckner Greenhouses is a family owned and operated business located in Melville, & Aquebogue, NY. The "E." serves as a nod to the owner’s grandfather, Edward, who put up their first greenhouse back in 1949. Since then the business has gone on to the 3rd generation and expanded to include wholesale cut-flowers, retail floral arrangements, Christmas greens, and handmade soap. In the winter of 2015, family members purchased land in the East End in Aquebogue to grow its floral varieties, which include Amaranthus, Asters, Celosia, Coxcomb, Cosmos, Dahlias, Pom Poms, SnapDragons, and more. One of the oldest greenhouses in Melville, E. Reckner Greenhouses is a proud member of the Long Island Farm Bureau and the Long Island Flower Grower's Association, furthering its mission to embrace and provide access to locally-grown flowers and plants.

Riverhead | Bianchi-Davis Greenhouses +

Offering one of the widest selections of orchid varieties and colors in the Northeast, Bianchi-Davis Greenhouses is a wholesale-only grower specializing in premium Phalaenopsis Orchids. For over three decades, their experts have been grooming specialized breeds that produce the showiest blooms and the most riveting orchid colors. 70% of inventory is made up of white orchids, in small and large varieties, along with other colors and a large selection of ferns. Their gentle greenhouse process results in the healthiest plants with intense colors, large flowers, and the highest flower counts possible.

Baiting Hollow | Pierpont Blossom Farm +

Pierpont Blossom Farm is a rockstar flower farm with a rockstar past. Founded by owner Keith Pierpont in 1999 after years of working as one of Manhattan’s most in-demand floral designers, designing for many of NYC’s elite, the farm sits on 13 acres at the start of the East End’s North Fork and is a privately-owned wholesale-only operation. Perhaps best known for his Dahlias (he grows over 30 varieties and 27,000 plants!), Keith also grows a large variety of annual and perennial flowers, including: Eucalyptus, Peonies, Lavender, Cherry Blossom, Lisianthus, Hydrangea, Hellebores, Lilac, Lilies, Poppy, Ranunculus, Scabiosa, and more. Check out our Q&A with Keith Pierpont on the Field Notes blog here.

Check out our Q&A with Keith Pierpont on the Field Notes blog here.

Cutchogue | Salt Air Farm +

Salt Air Farm is a family run farm with a fascinating history. The family that runs and operates the farm has roots that run deep, having farmed on the East End since the 1600s when the original land was given as a grant from the King of England. The land used today as Salt Air Farm was originally a neighboring farmstead and wasn’t added to the original holdings until 1970s. It is now one of the oldest pieces of continually farmed land in America.

The 130+ acre farm has a long track record of growing high-quality in-demand cut flowers and fruits. The beautiful property also plays host to private garden parties and weddings in an ideal North Fork location between the farming village of Cutchogue and the fishing village of New Suffolk, stretching two salt march inlets along the Peconic Bay. Due to its seaside environment, the farm is able to grow an extensive variety of flowers and fruits that thrive, including Hydrangea (over 50 varieties!), Pussy Willow, Roses, Scabiosa, Quince, NineBark, Blackberry, Blueberry, Viburnum, Peonies, Lavender, Mums, Daisies, Thistle, Poppy, Anemones, and much more. Check out our Q&A with owner, Prudence Heston, on the Field Notes blog here as well as our calendar of events for on-farm Forage-and-Design workshops.

Check out our Q&A with owner, Prudence Heston, on the Field Notes blog here as well as our calendar of events for on-farm Forage-and-Design workshops.

Orient | North Fork Flower Farm +

Founded in 2016 by four friends as a passion project, North Fork Flower Farm (NFFF) is situated on two acres of farmland, between Long Island Sound and Peconic Bay, in Orient, NY, on the eastern tip of the North Fork of Long Island. The farm grows more than 250 unusual varieties of flowers, including daffodils, tulips, anemones, alliums, ranunculus, sunflowers, cosmos, zinnias, dahlias, nicotiana, monarda, queen anne’s lace, nigella, and gomphrena, as well as many ornamental herbs and grasses. Its signature arrangements combine uncommon varieties of flowers with ornamental herbs and grasses.

Click here to read our Q&A with cofounder, Drianne Benner, on the Field Notes blog.

Amagansett | Quail Hill Farm +

Quail Hill Farm is one of the original Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the U.S. Located on the South Fork’s Amagansett, on land donated to the Peconic Land Trust by Deborah Ann Light, the 35-acre farm was established in 1990 and currently serves over 250 families. The farm’s mission is to educate the public concerning such issues as soil health, our seed supply, food security, and sustainable, organic farming practices. Though primarily a vegetable farm, Quail Hill Farm grows an impressive set of flower varieties throughout the season, including Ageratum, Amaranth, Bachelor’s Button, Bells of Ireland, Blue Flax, Celosia, Cherry Blossom, Cyprus Vine, Delphinium, Autumn Olive, and more.

To learn how you can support the work of the Peconic Land Trust and Quail Hill Farm’s efforts, visit the website here.

Sagaponack | Stone’s Throw Farm

Set on a privately-owned waterfront property spanning 14 acres, Stone’s Throw Farm started out as a personal family farm before expanding slightly to provide freshly grown vegetables and flowers to the local community. Varieties grown here includes Alliums, Ageratum, Amaranth, Basil, Calendula, Craspedia, Dianthus, Eucalyptus, Larkspur, Nigella, Phlox, Tulips, and more.