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Welcome to Daisy Acres Flowers

Field Grown Cut Flowers

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Grown in Washington County, NY

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Offering flowers from our home field in Middle Falls, New York for the 2023 season. Come find us roadside on Fiddler's Elbow or send us a message if you need something special.


Grown at Hill Place Farm, NH

Daisy Acres NH

Daisy Acres Flowers are also grown in the field at Hill Place Farm in Acworth, New Hampshire. Find our blooms available beside their fresh eggs and home raised beef and pork at the Hill Place Farm stand and Friday's at the Newport Farmers Market. Always happy to fulfill event flowers off our NH crop as well!

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About Daisy Acres Flowers

We are a small scale cut flower micro-farm, growing on less than an acre total over two fields. Our home base is in rural Washington County, New York, where we grow and forage on the yard of our young family's home.
We also grow annuals and perennials on my parent's farm in Sullivan County, New Hampshire.
It is our goal to produce locally grown, beautiful flowers for the communities as an alternative to imported flowers. Although this means that our arrangements are much more seasonal than the flowers you find at the grocery store or from a traditional florist, with some types of flowers blooming for only a couple of weeks, we believe that this only enhances their beauty. We strive to reduce or eliminate the use of pesticides, and focus on natural soil amendments.
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What We Offer

Small Scale Specialty Cut Flowers

All of the flowers we sell are grown right here in the Northeast, at one of our two flower fields. Our seasonal blossoms are primarily sold as pre-arranged mason jar bouquets or wrapped bunches. We are also always happy to discuss making arrangements for your small events, or providing buckets of fresh picked flowers for you to arrange for your own parties.

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