In the Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen area, we’re lucky to have an abundance of local farms. But did you know our farms offer more than fruits, vegetables, cheeses, and meats? Several farms in the Sandhills specialize in cut flowers, often using organic and regenerative farming practices that are friendly to both pollinators and people.
Locally-grown flowers are cut the day before you purchase them, so the arrangements are fresh and will last longer than many store-bought arrangements. Often, you will also have the opportunity to meet the farmers who grew and harvested your flowers. They are a great source of information about local farms and farming practices in the Sandhills, so ask them any questions you may have.
Whether you’re looking for a simple bouquet for the kitchen table or special occasion flowers, these Moore County flower farms have just what you need.
“Ultimately, I just want to provide a little bit of joy to the community through the things we grow.” – Katherine Canada, Reverie Hill Farm
Reverie Hill Farm is a family owned and operated farm offering flower bouquets, specialty arrangements and DIY buckets. They also have a lovely flower cart you may see around town at pop-up events. A you-pick flower field will be coming next year, so stay tuned for updates!
Our mason jar arrangements and wrapped bouquets can be found Fridays and Saturdays at Willabee Market located at 120 S. Alma Street in Vass. We also have bouquets available occasionally at our on-farm workshop and at pop-up events around town. Stay tuned to our social media to find out when and where.
Shady Maple Farm is small scale, specialty cut flower farm offering fresh florals and more in Carthage, NC and surrounding areas. We pride ourselves on regenerative and organic farming practices, making our flowers friendly to pollinators and people.
Our flowers are available for purchase at The Flower Stand at Red’s Corner, 901 SW Broad Street in Southern Pines. Come visit Thursdays/Fridays/Saturdays 8:00am-11:00am (or until sold out). Follow us on social media!
Millstone Farm & Gardens uses organic and natural methods – better for the people who live and work on the farm and those who consume the produce. Before going to market, the produce is harvested the morning of or the night before so that everything is fresh and at optimal flavor. Flowers and vegetables are available at Moore County Farmers Market beginning the third week of April and continuing until the end of October.