Lilies and Lavender is a small, owner operated specialty cut flower and herb farm located in the heart of Bucks County. We are members of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers and the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture. Though not certified we use only organic and environmentaly sustainable practices for our flower production. During the growing season, April-November, we have over 50 varieties of fresh-cut flowers and over 20 varieties of potted and fresh cut herbs available. Some of our specialties include oriental and OT hybrid lilies, lilac, viburnum, hydrangea, spirea, sunflowers, delphinium, lisianthus, dahlias,and herbal bouquets. I'm trying some new flowers this season and if they are successful the bouquets will be better than ever. All our flowers are sold LOCALLY at farmers markets, florists and also at our on farm stand. Our flowers and herbs are harvested at the optimum time, hydrated, conditioned and sold within 48 hours. Remember to buy locally grown flowers and produce to support Bucks County farmers and farmland that would otherwise be lost to development. If you are planning a wedding, anniversary, or large party Our floral designer, Janine, will be happy to meet with you. Call Kate 215-345-7282 to make an appointment.
Doylestown farmers market opens April 16, 7-12. Hamilton and State st. behind the parking lot. Rittenhouse square farmers' market in Philadelphia is located at Walnut and 18 streets. I'll have bouquets with, tulips, iris, daffodils, and ranunculus as well as pots of herbs, hyacinths and pansies. For Mother's Day I 'll have bouquets with lilies lilacs, delphinium, dianthus, and amsonia. I will also have potted herbs and some beautiful mother's day arrangements in unusual containers.
Doylestown farmers' market: Corner of State and Hamilton sts. Doylestown, PA.
Open Saturday April 7 through November 17 from 7am-12pm.
Rittenhouse square farmers' market: Walnut and 18 streets, Philadelphia, PA
Open Saturdays year round from 10-2 in the winter from 9:30-3:00 beginning in May
These are all producer only markets with all the flowers and produce grown by your hard working local farmers.
729 Limekiln rd. Doylestown
Between State st. and Ferry rd.
open Sun.-Sat. 7-dusk
If you don't see any flowers at the stand it's because it's too hot!
I have them in the cooler. You'll have to look for me in the back because I'll be working. The dogs are friendly.
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Those daffy daffodils have finally decided to bloom. I picked over 1,000 last week and sold most at the Rittenhouse farmers' market in Philly. When I move to this property 15 years ago there was one long row of struggling daffodils along the front of the property.... [more]
- fresh herbs
- edible flowers
- plants (bedding, etc)