Winter Mini Course: Seed-Starting 101
In our upcoming Winter Mini Course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to successfully start flowers from seed, including all of the necessary supplies, step-by-step instructions, special tips and tricks, and how to create a simple indoor seed-starting area.
We are a family-run flower farm & seed company specializing in breeding new cut flower varieties for gardeners, farmers & designers
Set in Washington’s beautiful Skagit Valley, our fields are bursting with flowers that reflect the season, from fragrant sweet peas in the spring to magnificent dinnerplate dahlias in the fall and countless varieties in between. Research is at the heart of our operation, and we conduct extensive trials to find the very best cut flower varieties, coveted for their scent, stem length, and ethereal qualities, and share our findings with the world.
We are working on breeding new cut flower varieties (which we lovingly call Floret Originals) that will help give local growers an advantage in the marketplace and open up a whole new world of possibilities for the seasonal flower movement. Our shop features these farm-bred flower seeds, as well as specialty tools, supplies, and gifts.Our Story
Watch the newest season of our Emmy-nominated documentary series Growing Floret on discovery+, Max & the Magnolia Network! Learn more about the show here.
in a War Zone
Our very first short film, Gardening in a War Zone, is an inspiring documentary about gardener, writer, photographer, and clematis seed grower Alla Olkhovska. Learn more and watch the movie here.
The special range of new cut flower varieties from our breeding program is available now. Shop here.
Cut Flower Garden
Winter Mini Course
Learn how to start flowers from seed in this upcoming three-part video series. Sign up here.
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