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Enjoy the Full Bloom of Western N.C. Flower Farms

Asheville FarmsSummer is blossoming, and so are Asheville-area flower farms. From fresh offerings of peonies and poppies to zinnias and dahlias, there is no shortage of ways to bring the vibrant outdoor colors in. Flower farms provide their wares at farmers’ markets across Western North Carolina, or through flower bouquet shares (similar to CSA shares). Some farms also offer pick-your-own options for guests to create custom clusters.

Flying Cloud Farm – This Fairview farm sells its blooms in mixed bouquets at the River Arts District Farmers Market (Wednesdays) and the North Asheville Tailgate Market (Saturdays). And flower bouquet shares can be tacked on to Flying Cloud’s produce CSA shares: Each week, a fresh bouquet accompanies your box for the 20-week regular CSA season. Flying Cloud flowers are also available at its farm roadside stand every day May through mid-October. In addition, you can pick your own at the farm mid-July through mid-October. Website: http://www.flyingcloudfarm.net/

Bloom – Bloom, located in Black Mountain, is a pesticide-free, no-till farm offering unique specialty flowers. During spring and summer, the best way to guarantee the first and best cuts of flowers is with Bloom’s subscription shares. Being a shareholder allows you to come to the farm once a week and choose your own flowers by the stem, or select a pre-paid bouquet. Website: www.farmerfloristbloom.com

Asheville Flower FarmFull Sun Farm – Flowers from this Leicester farm are available at both the River Arts District and North Asheville markets, with mixed bouquets and sunflower bunches among its most popular. The farm also offers fresh-picked field flowers for weddings and other special events, as well as weekly flower shares. Website: http://www.fullsunfarm.com

Lady Luck Flower Farm – If you’re looking for a seasonal bouquet, you’re in luck – Lady Luck, to be precise. This farm in Leicester grows a variety of flowers from spring to fall, of which they hand-select the perfect blooms to create bouquets for sale at French Broad Food Co-op May through October. https://ladyluckflowerfarm.com

Ivy Creek Family Farm – The field-grown flowers at Ivy Creek in Barnardsville are selected for their beauty, long vase life, and diversity. Ivy Creek produces three main products with its flowers: pre-made bouquets, bulk buckets (long-stem and table flowers), and custom-designed arrangements. Ivy Creek sells bouquets at the North Asheville Tailgate Market and Weaverville Tailgate Market from April to October. Bouquets change weekly with the flowers of the season. https://ivycreekfamilyfarm.com

The Never-Ending Flower Farm – This farm, located in the Big Ivy community of Barnardsville, offers wholesale flowers to florists and designers, full-service wedding floral design, and U-Pick options. Peak season starts in July with the arrival of the Dahlia blooms; other flower crops include peonies and hydrangea paniculata. The farm also grows a wide range of annuals and perennials that it incorporates into its design work. The flower field is honor system payment, with an info table set up at the top of the field. https://www.theneverendingflowerfarm.com

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