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Field & FloristSince 2012, growing flowers has been at the heart of Field & Florist. Surrounded by woods, vineyards, and blueberry fields, the company's farm is located in Southwest Michigan's beautiful Harbor Country. Great care is taken to nurture the farm's ecosystem with a focus on sustainable practices that produce exquisite blooms of the highest quality. Learn more.
The Roof CropEstablished and Women-Owned since 2015, The Roof Crop grows and sells hyper-local, naturally nutrient-dense food and flowers, fosters ecosystems for natural pollinators and honey bees, maintains hives and creates custom urban sustainability programs for chefs, brewmasters, mixologists, flower boutiques, foodies and a growing network of building communities. Together we aim to create greater access to sustainable, local food, pesticide free flowers and hand crafted wellness products. We believe that urban agriculture is vital to our growing cities and the health of our communities. Learn more.
Hidden HiveHidden Hive is a 20-acre family flower farm rooted in Woodstock, IL. Our mission is to provide the region with the highest quality seasonal flowers, sourced from the finest seed, bulb and rootstock and cultivated using biodynamic and organic farming practices. We believe in a bio diverse, regenerative and holistic farm system, one that extends across fence lines, as nature is interconnected and harmonizes with both tangible and intangible forces beyond. We seek to embody a quadruple bottom line approach—spiritual, ecological, social and economic sustainability. Our goal is to help redefine the modern American family farm and be at the forefront of the Slow Flower movement in the upper Midwest. Learn more.
Brightflower FarmBrightflower Farm began when Jeanie McKewan and her husband of 40 years, Michael Staver, bought a small 4-acre piece of land in 2006 with 2 greenhouses, a garden center, a garage, and an old mobile home in Stockton, Illinois. Fast forward to 2019, Brightflower Farm produces over 200,000 stems of flowers for florists, designers, and grocery stores in Madison, Rockford, and Chicago. There are 2 heated structures and 2 unheated tunnels and a total of 2 acres of flowers.
Brightflower Farm has flowers and plants available from February through the Holidays. Growing flowers and plants in all the stunning colors of nature is Jeanie’s passion and she feels incredibly fortunate to be able to earn a livelihood providing people with local beauty! Learn more.