When you become a Merritt Meadows Flower Farm subscriber, you support local flower farming AND you reduce the negative environmental impact of fossil fuels and heavy chemicals used to fly and preserve the flowers from South America, California, Canada and other foreign countries.
Certification Obtained June 2021!
Organically grown flowers and foliages preserves soil health and keeps harmful substances away from the environment. Using beneficial insects and organic fertilizers improves the soil, strengthens the plants and improves the environment. Our flowers are free of insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, preservatives and fungicides.
*The only flower not grown organically is lisianthus and is processed in separate containers.
4-Bouquet Subscriptions Available for Summer and Fall Seasons
Bouquets of fresh flowers delivered every 2-3 weeks.
2021 Season Subscription Options*:
2 Season Subscription: $200
$25 each for 8 Designed Bouquets
1 Season Subscription: $100
$30 each for 4 Designed Bouquets
Loose Flower Subscription: $60
$20 each for 4 Loose Cut Flower bunches
*Taxes not included
New Additions for 2021!
• Greenhouse installed with
funding from a federal grant!
• Organic Certification June 2021!
Flower Subscriptions Make Great Gifts!
For some reason I always thought it would be wonderful to be a small scale farmer! I dreamed about having chickens and goats and selling what I grew. After listening to a podcast about growing cut flowers and then reading the author’s book, it sparked an urge to grow more flowers. When I had more time in my hands and a few extra dollars in my pocket, I took some classes in flower farming! We officially began the business in November 2018, named it after my deceased parents and began gathering subscribers!
Jennifer (Jenny) Chantz * Fort Washington * PA 19034, US
(215) 380-1504 Follow my beautiful flowers and arrangements on Instagram: www.instagram.com/merrittmeadowsflower/ Special thanks for images of "Villa Nobile Poppies" and our black and white courtesy of Monique Sarkessian and graphics by David Ne