After designing flowers for weddings and events in Montgomery County, Alisa decided to revisit her love of production agriculture by expanding into the market of cut flowers. The flowers she grew were never intended to be used in wedding design, but to remind her of gardening with her grandmother, planting heirloom varieties her grandmother grew and loved. She began offering these flowers within the Montgomery community and wholesale to her florist friends. With Alisa's knowledge of agronomy coupled with floral design, it's a great fit! The big benefit is a sustainable source of fresh flowers that are not impacted by the price of oil and gas. We supplement with flowers produced elsewhere, but know we use our own when we can. Folks can feel good about a limited carbon footprint with our farm located less than one mile from our shop in downtown Montgomery.