Small Farm, Big Dreams

We are a Southern Vermont flower farm of Dutch heritage, located in East Dorset and established in 2010. Here in the beautiful Green Mountain National Forest we grow over 300 different dahlia varieties and other cut flowers, with a focus on wedding flowers. We provide a wide range of fresh cut flowers and flower bulbs to garden enthusiasts, florists, brides, and to our community donation program.

Fleur Farm Hill 2021

Farm flowers are for sale as fresh cut bouquets in our flower shop FLEUR, or for pick-up as wholesale stems. We have a limited number of CSA subscriptions available each year.

Our products are home made, home grown or sourced from the US and Europe. The origin of each product can be found in the description on each of the pages.

The online bulb shop offers year round ranunculus, anemones, and seeds. Peonies tulips and dahlias are available seasonally. We release several dahlia tuber sales between November and May. Dahlia shipping starts in April and continues into May summer. Wholesale orders can be made on request.

We are licensed and inspected twice a year by the Vermont State Department of Agriculture.

We’re proud to be in alliance with the Growing Kindness Project as cultivator for Southern Vermont. We believe that sharing is caring and that every act of kindness has the potential to change a life. With the help of local volunteers Fleur Farm donates flowers to nursing homes and people in need of a pick-me-up, and for educational purposes.

Growing Kindess Cultivator

Please contact us if you like to be part of our Growing Kindness program, whether it is in volunteering at the farm, picking and arranging flowers, or delivering our donated bouquets. More hands make for sharing more happiness, paying it forward with much love and gratitude.

Dahlia field in East Dorset

Unfortunately, the farm is not open to visitors outside of scheduled events. Visits only by appointment.

The days can be long and farming can be hard, but it’s rewarding to share the beauty and contribute to our community, and to bring joy to the people around us. Always remember to be kind to yourself and take a break. Stop, look around and enjoy the bounty that’s growing out there!

Scott / Annette taking a break in the shade
Rob on the Tractor after tilling the field
Rob on the tractor

We take the health and quality of our tubers serious. We look at every tuber during storage and again just before shipping it out. We don’t judge a tuber by its looks, but by its potential to grow into a healthy flowering plant.

Tuber Inspection
Annual dahlia tuber inspection
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