Dahlia Bouquets | September 28, 2017

Our dahlia field is in full bloom, and we’ve been busy harvesting!

We have dahlia bouquets available for on-farm pick-up tomorrow morning; 10 stems for $25. Brighten up your weekend with some pretty blooms!

We can also create a more elaborate arrangement in one of our signature vessels for $125. Call ahead before stopping by to make sure we haven’t sold out!

POSTED September 28, 2017 | Farm, Flowers

Marissa and Alex | September 21, 2017

I’m beyond excited to share a few of my favorite floral photos from Marissa and Alex’s gorgeous May wedding! Everything was so beautiful–the color combination of blush, mint, and cream (with just a touch of peach) always makes a classic and lasting impression.

Garden roses, peonies, stock, ranunculus, and Queen Anne’s lace created a lovely foundation for all of the arrangements. These flowers, combined with the draping on the arch and the garland on the barn doors, really pulled everything together nicely.

Planning: Harmony Weddings and Events
Photography: Ally and Bobby Photography
Videography: Muddy Trails
Rentals: Cottage Luxe
Caterer: Southern Harvest Catering
Cake: Small CakesĀ 
Dress: Francescas BridalĀ 

Local Flower Deliveries | September 2, 2017

Now that our fields are full of pretty summer flowers, we can make local deliveries–Chapel Hill and Durham only, but we’re hoping to expand into Raleigh soon. If you need a beautiful arrangement of flowers cut straight from the field, give us a call! Flower selection will vary based on what we have growing at the time of the order, but we’ll arrange everything beautifully and deliver in our signature blue pottery. Pricing ranges from $75-$150, and if we aren’t in your delivery area, on-farm pickup is also an option.

Chestnut Pre-orders | September 14, 2016

We are excited to announce that chestnut pre-orders are now available! As we wait for our newly-planted chestnut trees to mature on two of our farms, we currently have chestnuts available from a third farm we are working on (and learning from!).


We start harvesting soon, and in the meantime we are taking pre-orders. Please contact us if you are interested in purchasing our chestnuts; we are expecting to sell out of this first harvest.

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Of course, one of the most traditional ways to cook chestnut is to roast them! Preheat your oven to 425 degrees, and set chestnuts on a cutting board, flat side down. Cut an “x” into each one, which allows steam to escape as they are cooking. Place the chestnuts in a foil-lined pan with the “x” facing up, and cook for 20-25 minutes. Peel while still warm and enjoy!