Can I tour your farm?
Our farm is our home first and business second. Since we are a diversified, working farm and have limited daylight hours to work, we are unable to accommodate drop by visitors and are only open to those who have purchased a seat at one of our workshops, when we have them available.
What the hell are microgreens?
Microgreens not to be confused with sprouts, are young, tiny versions of vegetables and herbs that are harvested as early as 7-10 days after planting. Though they are sometimes described as a garnish, these miniature plants are packed with flavor and nutrients when compared to their full grown counterparts.
Where can I purchase your flowers and vegetables?
Our micro greens and flowers are often found Green Top Grocery and the Bloomington Country Club. Bouquets and other goodies can be found on the website you are literally on right now.
Can I purchase a custom arrangement for a birthday or funeral from you?
Yes, but since we are not a traditional florist and most of our flowers are utilized for weddings and subscription customers and we need time to harvest and process the flowers. Therefore, we need a fair amount of time to plan and to create your arrangement. Please give us at least a three day notice if you need a custom arrangement. Send custom orders to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I use your photos and/or content?
No, dawg. Don’t be that guy that uses our stuff without our permission. Seriously, no one likes that guy. Please ask if you can use our photos and content prior to posing anything. We greatly appreciate links to our website.
Prior to the farm, Audra worked in Graphic Design and Marketing for 10 years. Audra works with couples to execute flowers for their wedding day. When not doing weddings, she’s keeping the books, harvesting micro greens and flowers, weeding on her hands and knees, keeping crops in check with organic pesticides in the backpack sprayer, and wearing work bibs like it’s nobody business.
We purchased a hundred year old farm house with three acres in 2015 and things haven’t been the same since. That was the same year Chris completed the New Illinois Fruit and Vegetable Farmers program through U of I. Chris leads our growing by being a seed starting and succession planting guru, a composting magician, and being the general brains behind the growing sides of things.