Where Do your Flowers Come From?

 
 
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Indigo Gardens PDX

Married couple, Leah and Ryan share a fascination and passion for the world of flora. They met as gardeners in the expansive landscapes of the Mcmenamin's Edgefield estate. They started their urban farm in 2013, with a focus of growing vegetables for their CSA community and restaurants. However, they now exclusively grow flowers and foliage for their design work and for florists throughout Portland. They are forever exploring the plant world and apply a sense of discovery to all aspects of their farm. When they are not elbow deep in the field or studio, they are visiting botanical gardens, tinkering in their kitchen or with musical instruments and likely thinking about plants.

Read More: https://www.indigogardenspdx.com/about-us

Find their edible flowers featured at:

Olympia Provisions SE

Vivienne Kitchen & Pantry.


Small Yard Flowers

Small Yard is a St.Johns micro flower farm on a normal residential lot with a house, and although it is smaller than most flower farms, it produces an amazing amount of blooms. It’s continually growing in size (thanks neighbors!) to increase the amount of flowers sourced right here in St. Johns, Portland, Oregon, and to ensure that the flowers for your business or event are as organic, local, and fresh as possible.  

Read More: https://www.smallyardflowers.com/about-1

Find their seasonal local blooms & greens at the Coy & Co. Flower Stand!

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Nicholette Jean & Grace Rahn

Currently occupying two lots in the Cully Neighborhood, Nicholette Jean and Grace Rahn share a friendship and kinship born from their passion for the land and community. Nicholette and Grace are effortless masters in the kitchen with years of agricultural experience.

Find their seasonal, local, edible & ornamental crops at the Coy & Co. Flower Stand!


Elevine Field

Elevine was planted into the ground in 2017 after months of planning, reading and toiling. It began on the coast of Washington where Chanel and her family kept a vegetable garden, small orchard, and berries of all varieties. After years of indoor plant hoarding in city apartments, her partner Adam, who grew up in Canby, offered the land to start a dream. The flowers on the farm were initially given away to friends, left on street corners, and placed on literally every surface in her apartment. Now the farm continues to expand to other properties, but more importantly the community surrounding the farm grows through patronage, volunteering, and education. 

Read More: https://www.elevinefield.com/farm-2

Find their seasonal local blooms & greens at the Coy & Co. Flower Stand!

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