We have moved to Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada.

We have sold our farm in BC and have moved to Kings County, Nova Scotia. We are at the North end of the Annapolis Valley and our soil is AMAZING! This is a very big change for our family and we are very excited about becoming a part of our new community. 

We want to grow a similar variety of flowers to what we were doing in BC, but we want to take a year to figure out our new environment, like how to handle the wind! This means we will only be offering a limited range of flowers and services in the 2022 season. Stay tuned for details.

This new location is in a slightly higher growing zone, with the seasons being shifted by about a month, compared to BC. Winter starts a month later and spring comes a month later.  My plan is to see what grows well and what people want in this new area. If there is something you would really like to have available, then let me know!

This will be my fifth year going flowers commercially and I have all my usual favorites, like sweetpeas, celosia, sunflowers, ranunculus and dahlias along with a long list of others to try out. Some will make the cut and some will not. 

New at this location will be a roadside stand, stay tuned for more information as we get closer to the growing season. You can always stay up-to-date by following our Instagram account www.instagram.com/littlefloragem/

Thanks for being a part of our journey. We were sad to leave our old location, but are excited to joining a new community. 


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