Wild Blooms Flower farm is a family owned, sustainable flower farm creating a unique place for the community and professional florists to select stunning, high quality blooms. Through hard work and dedication, our goal is to provide farm fresh seasonal flowers, creating beautiful blooms for your table at home, special event or wedding.
Located in the agriculturally rich California Central Valley, our fertile soils are diligently worked, tilled and watered to produce beautiful fields of flowers. We harvest only the best of what is blooming every day and set high standards for each flower. Most days our farm stand is open to offer unique bouquets for our community. Special orders for buckets of blooms are also available for creating the perfect addition to any party, shower, or wedding. Creating connections and seeing the pure joy that flowers bring to a person’s day keeps our farm full of passion.
At Wild Blooms we practice several innovative methods of planting, care and harvesting our field grown annual and perennials. In the spring we are buzzing about with ranunculus, sweet peas, anemones, snapdragons, larkspur and tulips, a local favorite. As the temperatures rise in the summer, so do our rows of lisianthus, sunflowers, dahlias, celosia, zinnias, sedum, rudbeckia, feverfew, and bells of Ireland. Fall brings about a slower pace and cooler mornings in the fields as we harvest heirloom chrysanthemums, zinnias, dinnerplate dahlias, ornamental peppers and amaranthus. Each year we strive to expand our varieties and use the highest quality seeds and bulbs.
Growing up in New Zealand my dear Mum always had a beautiful garden, and as a little girl I would pick fresh flowers to bring inside. I absolutely love having fresh blooms in the home. In 2011, we started with a small plot of heirloom tomatoes, zinnias and dahlias on our family’s property. We decided it would be fun to share our overabundance of flowers and produce with our neighbors and local community. My two daughters set up a small table in front of our property and made our first sale.
Living on the border of the city limits, we decided to build a little farm stand constructed by my husband out of reclaimed wood found around the farm. The farm has grown to three acres and we continue to look for effective and sustainable ways to grow and love the land.