ABOUT IVY AND OAK FLOWER FARM
HARVESTING HAPPINESS FROM OUR FIELDS TO YOUR TABLES
- WHY CHOOSE LOCAL? -
When you purchase our flowers, you're helping support a local business and community member. Did you know that 80% of the cut flowers sold in the USA are imported from other countries? This means that typical grocery store flowers have traveled thousands of miles to reach your table, often cut a week or more before you even buy them, and are typically drenched in chemicals to help them survive the journey and pass strict Customs inspections. If you've ever wondered why a lot of those flowers have a chemical smell to them, now you know.
We're part of the #grownnotflown and #slowflowers movement and take pride in offering flowers that go straight from our fields onto your tables with zero pesticides or chemical treatments. Our flower fields also support a diverse ecological system, benefiting our local pollinators, birds, and wildlife (Peter Cottontail is even known to make an appearance).
- SERVICES OFFERED -
-Floral sales to photographers, florists and local businesses.
-Custom Flower Arrangements for any occasion.
-Seasonal Botanical Subscriptions.
-DIY Wedding Bulk Botanical Buckets & Limited Wedding Design Services (coming soon).
- SOCIAL GRACES -
Stay up-to-date on daily farm happenings and connect with us via Instagram, Pinterest &/or Facebook.
- A LITTLE ABOUT US -
Ivy and Oak Farm started much like our flowers, as a tiny seed of an idea nurtured by a lot of love and devotion (and a ton of spreadsheets and how-to-books). Growing on less than an acre, we're a micro-flower farm in Holly Ridge, North Carolina. I believe in leaving the Earth better than we found it, and adhere to organic farming practices. No pesticides or chemicals are ever used in our soil or on our flowers.
Our flowers are harvested daily, ensuring you have the freshest flowers around, and they haven't taken a plane, train or boat to get to you. I love creating arrangements based on the Language of Flowers, so please let me know if your flowers are celebrating a special occasion, or should convey a certain sentiment. Let our flowers become an unspoken language of botanical poetry to the recipient.