Fresh, Local, Seasonal Flowers

Founded by mother and daughter, Tina and Julia, Griffith Hill Farm is not just a farm. It is a journey—one of pursuing passions, delighting in the fruits of the labor, and exciting in what nature can provide. We hope you join us on this journey and support our mission to supply the freshest flowers with the longest vase life to our local community.

Griffith Hill Farm, located in Bucks County, PA was founded to offer our local community an abundance of fresh flowers that are anything but mainstream. Our passion is flowers, and we believe that everyone should have access to new varieties, precious petals, and flowers that will last more than one night.

From soil preparation, to routine weeding and feeding, to the necessary cutting and care that it takes to provide the longest vase life possible, we are determined to take all the right steps to bring you... beautiful, seasonal, fresh, local flowers.


Our Humble Beginning - Established in 2017

Take a peek into some of the early stages of our farm.

Hydrangea Row -  Our first plants in the new plot—a row of limelight hydrangeas to serve as protection from the wind.  September 24, 2017

Hydrangea Row - Our first plants in the new plot—a row of limelight hydrangeas to serve as protection from the wind.

September 24, 2017

Hydrangea -  Another angle of our row of hydrangeas  September 24, 2017

Hydrangea - Another angle of our row of hydrangeas

September 24, 2017

Mapping Rows  - We added a fence to add additional protection from the wind, and began mapping out our rows.  October 13, 2017

Mapping Rows - We added a fence to add additional protection from the wind, and began mapping out our rows.

October 13, 2017

 
Plotting Rows  - We did 80 ft x 4 ft sized rows.  October 13, 2017

Plotting Rows - We did 80 ft x 4 ft sized rows.

October 13, 2017

Plotting Rows  - In between each bed, we added 2 ft walking rows.  October 13, 2017

Plotting Rows - In between each bed, we added 2 ft walking rows.

October 13, 2017

First Signs of Life  - We were excited to see our first sprouts in October.  October 23, 2017

First Signs of Life - We were excited to see our first sprouts in October.

October 23, 2017

 
Low Tunnels  - With winter coming and the temperature dropping, we added to low tunnels to 2 80 ft x. 4 ft. rows. These will add additional protection for the hardy annuals (so they bloom in early Spring) and the ranunculus and anemones.  October 25, 2017

Low Tunnels - With winter coming and the temperature dropping, we added to low tunnels to 2 80 ft x. 4 ft. rows. These will add additional protection for the hardy annuals (so they bloom in early Spring) and the ranunculus and anemones.

October 25, 2017

Low Tunnel  - Final images of the low tunnels, covered and ready for winter.  November 21, 2017

Low Tunnel - Final images of the low tunnels, covered and ready for winter.

November 21, 2017

Frost Cloth  - A frost cloth was added to the low tunnel for ranunculus.  December 3, 2017

Frost Cloth - A frost cloth was added to the low tunnel for ranunculus.

December 3, 2017

 
Anemone Growth  - Anemones appearing beneath the frost cloth in our low tunnels.  November 21, 2017

Anemone Growth - Anemones appearing beneath the frost cloth in our low tunnels.

November 21, 2017

Hardy Annual Growth  - Dianthus and Stock continuing to flourish under the low tunnel.  December 3, 2017

Hardy Annual Growth - Dianthus and Stock continuing to flourish under the low tunnel.

December 3, 2017

Anemone Growth  - Anemones enjoying the cold, but protected winter.  December 3, 2017

Anemone Growth - Anemones enjoying the cold, but protected winter.

December 3, 2017


 

Winter on the Farm

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