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SPECIALTY CUT FLOWERS GROWN IN BROOKS, GA

About Us

Bloomsbury Lane Farm is a small specialty cut flower farm nestled in Brooks, Georgia just south of Peachtree City in Fayette County.

Our farm germinated from a love of green, growing things and a deep desire to share the joy that a beautiful bouquet of flowers brings to our lives.

We grow our flowers naturally, without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, and our fields are teeming with pollinators of all sorts. While most flowers you’ll find today have traveled thousands of miles over the course of several days to reach you, ours are harvested right before we offer them to our clients. You can always be sure that you’ll have the healthiest, freshest blooms from our fields located just down the road from where you live.

We sell our flowers regularly at the Brooks Farmers’ Market, occasionally at other locations, and through a subscription service offered here through our website. When you take home a bouquet of our beautiful, fragrant blooms, you not only support us, but you also directly support your local economy and promote a sustainable, environmentally friendly way of doing business.

BOUQUET SUBSCRIPTIONS

You can find our bouquets at the Brooks Farmers' Market on the third Saturday of each month, but why wait? Through our subscription option, you can choose to receive our generous bouquets of 20+ stems regularly. We have convenient pickup times and locations in Peachtree City, Fayetteville, and Griffin. One bouquet per month is $15. Choose to receive two bouquets a month, and the subscription cost is $28. Or choose our weekly bouquet subscription (4 bouquets) for $52. You can start anytime you like. Just click on one of the photos below to get started!

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Weekly Bouquet Option

A fresh bouquet each week...

A fresh bouquet each week

Monthly Bouquet Option

One bouquet each month...

One bouquet each month

Bi-Monthly Option

Two bouquets each month. You pick which weeks y...

Two bouquets each month. You pick which weeks you would like to receive your bouquets.    

Special Order

Need some flowers? Let us know! All we need is ...

Need some flowers? Let us know! All we need is one day notice. We cut in the mornings and the evenings when the flowers are under the least amount of stress and can last much longer in the vase for you.  

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Special Event - A Morning on the Farm

When Bloomsbury Lane Farm was just an idea in my head, I imagined hosting people in this beautiful space to relax, share ideas, and enjoy working with the flowers I grew. I heard laughter and saw people enjoying themselves in those early visions. As the fields have been blooming all summer, those visions have come into sharper focus. Now I can announce that I have three workshops planned for 2017; the first is a flower arranging workshop in September. Placing flowers in a tall, slender vase is relatively easy, as the vase keeps the flowers upright. But once we start using wide-mouth and/or short vases, keeping the flowers where we want them gets a little more difficult. This workshop will introduce students to one of the best ways to maintain control of the blooms. But first, we'll take a leisurely stroll around the flower fields and chat about growing a cut flower patch at home. Then we'll convene around the pool deck to enjoy some seasonal brunch tapas and refreshments and learn how to create floral arrangements in low, wide containers. Students will take home arrangements in the vases filled with our freshly-cut flowers. Space is limited to 15 people. The event is scheduled for Saturday, 23 September from 10:00 am-noon. If you're interested, you can reserve your spot by following the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flower-arranging-workshop-tickets-37081445602?aff=es2

For October, just as we begin thinking about holiday gifts for friends and loved ones, I'll host a great workshop on the Japanese art of flower pounding (a truly gorgeous and therapeutic experience) called 'hapa zome.' You'll come away with plenty of gifts to share. And in November, the focus will be on creating lovely wreaths with dried hydrangea leaves, which will help us to focus throughout the winter on the beautiful spring to come. There's so much to look forward to at Bloomsbury Lane Farm! Note: The photo of me above was taken by Elizabeth Highsmith, and I'm very grateful to her for it!
When Bloomsbury Lane Farm was just an idea in my head, I imagined hosting people in this beautiful space to relax, share ideas...
When Bloomsbury Lane Farm was just an idea in my head, I imagined ...
When Bloomsbury Lane Farm was just an idea in my head, I imagined ...
When Bloomsbury Lane Farm was just an idea in my head, I imagined hosting people in this beautiful space to relax, share ideas...
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CONTACT US

You can always find us on Instagram, and be sure to look for us every 3rd Saturday at the Brooks Farmers' Market!

Becky@bloomsburylanefarm.com