Posts tagged locally grown
Mother's Day at Rose of Sharon

We design for more than just weddings at Rose of Sharon. At Mother’s Day, we work with you to design something perfect for every mom — grandmoms, step-moms, those who are like a mom to you! Flowers are sure to make these wonderful women feel special and loved.

Farm & Garden Grown Collection

Now that spring is in full swing, we’ve brought back our popular FARM & GARDEN GROWN COLLECTION.

We love partnering with local growers to use locally grown, FRESH flowers in our creative, one-of-a-kind designs. Each unique arrangement in this collection is made with at least 75% locally grown items!

The local blooms and foliage change from year to year. For example, last year at this time anemones and ranunculus were perfect and peonies weren’t quite blooming yet. This year, the anemone and ranunculus crops are almost done blooming, but peonies are perfect! No matter what’s in season, local blooms are always perfect for Mother’s Day arrangements.

When you order from our Farm & Garden Collection, you’re supporting TWO local businesses while celebrating Mom: your local flower farmer AND your local floral artist!

We have a wide array of fresh flowers and fresh flower arrangements available — something for every mom! We deliver to Fayetteville, Springdale, Farmington, Greenland, Johnson, Tontitown, and Lowell.

Sharon + David | Sassafras Springs Vineyards & Winery wedding

Featuring Locally Grown Flowers!

This happy couple requested vibrant flowers and specifically as many locally grown flowers as possible. We were happy to oblige! In this area, it can be difficult to get March blooms. However, the weather cooperated and we were able to use about 80% locally grown product, including anemones and daffodils. We love working with local farmers to source beautiful Arkansas flora! This wedding was an abundance of bright blooms, lush greenery, and pure joy.

Happy Anniversary, Sharon & David!

True Love Tuesday: Noy and Darwin
Tuberoses, Celosia, two different varietals of Basil, and over a dozen different varieties of Dahlias created this gorgeous look.  

Noy and Darwin were married in September, and wanted to embrace the local fare. They also wanted Dahlias; lots and lots of Dahlias in many different varieties. So, to the Farmer's Market we went! We worked with local growers and created their vibrant centerpieces using locally grown flowers with a few tropical flowers added for a touch of flair. This was such a fun wedding and design to work on. We love working with our local growers and suppliers! Enjoy!!