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Seasonal Local Flowers!

Nothing says Western North Carolina like the seasonal flowers produced by local farmers. We are blessed with an abundant array of seasonal local flowers in this region of the world. Travelers can see the vibrant hues of Cosmos, Zinnias, and Poppies along our interstates and roadways. Hikers and nature enthusiast can enjoy fields of wild Queen Ann's Lace, Goldenrod, and Gentiana.

From about July to October, local flowers are in full swing and just in time for wedding season! As proud members of the Farmer -Florist Collective we have access to dozens of local and regional farms that produce everything from gorgeous Dahlia, Peony and Garden Roses to Flowering branches like Pee Gee Hydrangea and wild Lilac .

Farm grown, Local Flowers, Seasonal Fresh Flowers

It is always a pleasure to buy local and support local agriculture and what that means to consumers is the biggest, brightest, & freshest varieties available. Local farms help to keep quality up and price regulated. Price points and and flower quantity varies by grower. Here are some of our favorites from this year. Enjoy!

Local Dahlia, Scabiosa, Yarrow, and Merigolds - Mills River Farm, Edwards Wedding

Edwards Wedding - Willow House and Social Barn - Maggie Valley, NC

Local Celosia, Chocolate cosmos, Dahlia, & Hydrangea, Mills River Farm, Asheville Farm, & J. Creek Farm

Fall Wedding Bouquet - Miss Caroline's Wedding Chapel and Country Cabins - Maggie Valley, NC

Wild Native Thistle & the butterfly!

Wild Thistle & the butterfly who enjoyed it!

Locally Sourced Antique Hydrangea , Sedum, and Foliage

Antiqued Hydrangea and Sedum from the J. Creek Farm

Local Dahlia, Mills River

Local Dahlia, Mills River Farm

Not all beautiful flowers are seasonally available. Some are imported and others are brought in from regional farms. Check out the Farmer - Florist Collective and find Local farms in your neck of the woods! All flowers are beautiful - It's true, but if you are looking for a unique local experience for your destination wedding or event, we hope you will consider using locally sourced flowers. It just doesn't get any fresher than local!

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