About Us

Green Acre Flower Farm is a family-owned, micro flower farm—with chickens! 

Our History

The flower farm began as a seed in my mind long before anything was ever planted in the ground. For years, I dreamed of a sprawling yard filled with beds of blossoms, but apartment living made that an impossibility. When we moved to our home in Plymouth in 2020, though, that all changed. With .97 of an acre to our name (hence the * in Green Acre* Flower Farm!), we were finally free to bring those garden dreams to life.

Over the past few years, we’ve created a meadow, built a greenhouse, put in 7 raised beds, and planted thousands of seeds, turning our yard into a kaleidoscope of dahlias, zinnias, sunflowers, and celosia. Then, when I was 39 weeks pregnant, we took the obvious next steps—and added chicks to our family! That is when our garden really became a farm. 

We celebrated a soft opening with the 2023 growing season in a small farmstand crafted by Dan. We sold eggs and small bouquets on Saturdays, whenever possible. We continue to sell our beautiful rainbow eggs throughout the off-season.

Our Practices

We are a no-till, regenerative flower farm that is continuing to learn and improve with each new season. We love soil, leaves, and mulch—and all the bugs that call them home! Our goal is to disturb the soil as little as possible in order to promote soil health that works within our ecosystem. We also have the beginning states of what we lovingly call “The Meadow” growing behind the farmstand. There, wildflowers and other pollinator-friendly plants have free range to sprout and strut their stuff! 

We grow all of our cut flower stems from seed, and are working to expand our seed-saving collection in order to minimize our carbon footprint as much as we can. Instead of seedling trays, we start all of our seeds using the soil blocking method, helping to reduce our use of plastic. As we rotate our crops in and out, you may notice that we leave the old roots, too. This helps to continue feeding the soil and reduces erosion. Oh—and our chickens love to help prepare the soil whenever they get the chance, too!


Dan and Briana

“You’re only here for a short visit. Don’t hurry, don’t worry. And be sure to smell the flowers along the way.”– Walter Hagen