Vendor Profile: Many Graces Farm & Wild Rose Farm
Flower season is nowhere near being over just yet! We’ve got some of the most perfect specimens from Many Graces Flower Farm in Hadley and Wild Rose Farm in Northampton. Check out a couple of our local flower vendors and learn why it's important to support local flower growers!
Some of the flowers you typically buy in a grocery store come from halfway around the world and may have affected pollinator colonies and water sources with unethical practices. Local flower growers help reduce the number of resources and waste needed to grow these. Wild Rose Farm (in particular) is apart of the Slow Flower movement which is a new movement that promotes flowers grown locally and within the United States.
Rebecca with Many Graces Flower Farm
Hadley, MA | https://manygraces.com
Many Graces' commitment is first and foremost to the land: through our organic and sustainable farming practices we ensure that the land we grow on is kept healthy so as to not only promote vibrant ecosystems for all beings who interact with it, but to also provide our customers with chemical-free blooms for their home, workplace, and special events. Central to this mission is their dedication to fair and affordable pricing; they believe that everyone should have access to beauty, and so they strive to keep their systems efficient so as to maintain a wide range of pricing options, thus serving the most customers possible.
Danielle with Wild Rose Farm
Northampton, MA and Hatfield MA https://www.facebook.com/thewildrosefarm/
Wild Rose Farm grows a lush mixture of the freshest seasonal cut flowers and creates richly textured, natural floral designs for our local customers.