When you purchase loose flowers, a designed arrangement or become a subscriber, you support local flower farming! You reduce the negative environmental impact of fossil fuels and chemicals used to preserve the flowers from South America, California, Canada and other foreign countries.
Unless requested otherwise, all flowers are grown in Fort Washington, PA on a small suburban farm of 1.75 acres.
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.
Merritt Meadows also uses no-till and regenerative farming practices.
*The only flower not grown organically is lisianthus.
4-Bouquet Subscriptions Available for SPRING, SUMMER AND FALL
Bouquets of organically grown freshly cut flowers delivered every 2 weeks.
2022 Season Subscription Options*:
3 Season Subscription: $420
$35 each for 12 Designed Bouquets
2 Season Subscription: $304
$38 each for 8 Designed Bouquets
1 Season Subscription: $152
$38 each for 4 Designed Bouquets
Loose Flower Subscription: $100
$25 each for 4 Loose Cut Flower bunches
*Taxes and delivery not included
Eggs and Honey from the Farm!
· Organic eggs for sale in quantities
of 4, 6, or 12, delivered with flowers.
· honey for sale
depending on harvest.
· Reserve eggs and/or honey
when signing up for flower subscriptions–
availability and quantity based on harvest.
Flower Subscriptions make great gifts for the holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, and "just because!"
Inquire about occasion arrangements,
small events, and weekly business or restaurant contracts.
TO SIGN UP FOR A SUBSCRIPTION OR PLACE A FLORAL ORDER:
Call or Text me: 215.380.1504Email me: email@example.com
Complete the Contact me form below!
Payments: Venmo, Zelle, Cash or Check.
Throughout my life, farming held my interest. I loved gardening and the idea of having chickens and goats! In 2014, we added chickens to our suburban backyard! Eating fresh eggs is amazing but trying to keep the chickens from getting eaten by local wildlife is a challenge!
I thought maybe someday I could be a small scale farmer; the possibility of selling something I grew was exciting!
After listening to a podcast about growing cut flowers and then reading the author’s book, it sparked an interest to expand my vegetable garden to include cut flowers. When I had more time and a few extra dollars in my pocket, I took the Floret online flower farming classes and planted hundreds of tulips, anemones, and ranunculus!
In November 2018, I officially began the business by naming it after my deceased parents and gathering subscribers!
Check out my interview with Debra Prinzing of Slow Flowers Society!
Slow Flowers Show Episode 574V
Jennifer (Jenny) Chantz * Fort Washington * PA 19034, US
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 Negley