SHOP UPDATE: Spring/Summer 2024

To receive up to date information as to when our Shop will go live, please sign up for our newsletter below.

In our newsletters going forward, most will consist about information about the farms we work with, their story, why we worked with them, and gorgeous photos of their farms.

We still are not going to email much, but the emails we do send will be done purposely and created to share nice stories of beauty and upcoming projects.

Pressed flower puzzle sold through cobble hill puzzle company

We have Puzzles!

We've partnered with Cobble Hill Puzzles. You can head over to their website for purchasing options.

Cobble Hill Puzzles

2023 Farm to Print Collaborations

Each year we are going to collaborate with a handful of small flower farms. We will work with them to collect the flowers they grow to create a new collection of prints.

To learn more about our current collaborations, check out the farms below. If you are a flower farmer and are interested in collaborating with us, please reach out. We'd love to hear from you!

Our first "Farm to Print" release will be launching Spring 2024.

  • 1. Artemis Flower Farm

    Artemis Flower Farm is an ecology-focused farm and floral design studio serving Boulder, Lyons, Longmont, Berthoud, and the Colorado Front Range.

  • 2. Little Hollow Flowers

    Little Hollow Flowers is a family owned and operated farm specializing in unique cut flowers and greenery for floral arrangements grown in Berthoud, CO.

  • 3. Red Daisy Farm

    Red Daisy Farm is a family of five, running a flower farm, Bed and Breakfast, and Event space on their quaint property located (just 20 minutes North of Denver), in Brighton, Colorado!

  • 4. Plume and Furrow

    Plume and Furrow is located in Lyons, CO at the Lyons Farmette. They are a collective of flower enthusiasts and kindred spirits that love nature, creating, and the intersection of the two.  They are farmers and designers, skilled and industrious, and passionate for propagating beauty.  They strive to grow an abundance of flowers in an immense variety of colors, shapes, and textures, from April through November.  

  • 5. Blossom and Branch Farm

    Blossom and Branch Farm is located on 1.7 acres in the suburbs of Denver. Their farm is divided...half field (where they grow field-grown flowers) and half woods--from which they focus on providing habitat for native wildlife and pollinators through native plants such as chokecherries, American plum, currants, and serviceberries.

Helen is a flower farmer in Denver Colorado and she is standing in her fields of organic flowers with mountains in the background.
Two farmers from Little Hollow Flower Farm standing holding a bunch of yellow, white, and pink ranunculus and rose flowers.
A close up photo of light pink, pink, white, and purple lisianthus flowers.
Green rolling hills in the background with newly planted seeds planted in dirt.
A woman outside holding a bouquet of fresh, pink ball dahlias and white dinner plate dahlias.

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