From London, to Los Angeles, New York to San Francisco, and Scotland to San Jose, here at Floom, we’re proud to say that our family of independent florists and botanical artisans work with sustainable flower farms worldwide. So whether you’re gifting stems to a loved one across the pond, or sending a feel-good arrangement to yourself, you can order safe in the knowledge that you’re helping cut down on flower miles by championing sustainable practice. These are the sustainable flower farms our florists are supporting in the United Kingdom and the USA.
Having been in the business since 1995, The Real Flower Company knows a thing or two about exquisitely scented roses, English flowers, herbs and foliage, all frown on their very own English and Fairtrade sustainable farms located within The South Downs National Park on the border of Hampshire and West Sussex.
Located in Bradford-upon-Avon near Bath, Electric Daisy Flower Farm prides itself on its ethical harvests. Their bountiful blooms are grown using sustainable garden practices and are completely chemical free, while the only air miles accumulated are by the insects who pollinate their stems.
San Francisco’s female owned and operated Bluma Flower Farm is committed to ecological and organic farming and sustainably grown specialty cut flowers that preserve our biological diversity, while protecting and caring for the soil. By growing over 60 varieties of plants, Bluma is preserving biodiversity and seed heritage every day.
Founded in 2005, San Francisco’s 60-acre Blue House Farm grows an incredible diversity of organic vegetables, fruits and cut flowers year-round. Nestled at the end of a small agricultural valley in Pescadero, Blue House Farm’s personable service has gained them a loyal following throughout the Bay Area.
Located next to a small rushing creek in Sebastopol, West Sonoma County, B-Side Farm uses organic methods to grow an array of traditional fragrant flowers. Founded by Lennie Larkin, B-Side is as much a working botanical business as it is an educational farm at which Lennie shares her wisdom with others wanting to learn the craft.
Front Porch Farm realises the importance of preserving biological diversity, that’s why flowers are an integral part of their organic farm’s ecosystem. By attracting pollinators and beneficial insects, not only do they have blooming loveless flowers, they have fruitful trees and berry bushes too.
Family run flower farm, Neve Bros has been growing the finest roses in Northern California for over 60 years! Located in the picturesque rolling hills of Sonoma County – where rich sun-drenched soils ensure some of the best growing conditions in the world – Neve Bros cultivate everything from mini callas, hydrangeas and garden roses, to gerbera daisy's, oriental and asiatic lilies, and tulips, too.
Repetto is a family-owned and operated florist shop and nursery that prides itself on providing quality flowers at affordable prices. What started out as Doris's little flower stand on Highway 92, is now a unique flower store – a maze of greenhouses and refrigerated rooms filled with sweet smelling home-grown stems.
Run by Brian – a third-generation flower farmer – H J Hautau & Sons is your go-to for sustainably gown flowers in the Hudson Valley area, everything from chrysanthemums and carnations, to captivating ranunculus stems. As for Brian, he wakes up thankful for the positive energy that both his plants and land have been brining his family since 1902.
Specialising in lovingly-grown rare and old garden roses, the nursery at Southern California’s Grace Rose Farm is a labour of love for Gracie Poulson of Grace Rose Farm and Susan Lyell Young of Restoration Rose. As of May 2019, they’re starting farm tours, so you can enjoy a guided walk through a field filled with over 20,000 roses.
Endow Nursery is a small family run cut flower nursery located in Carpinteria, California, that has been a member of the Southern California Flower Growers, Inc. for over 80 years. Consider Endow your go to for ranunculus, dahlias, sweet lisianthus, hydrangeas, sunflowers, anemones and everything between.