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Field to Vase 

Our dream of a Sustainable Farm begins out in The Field

In our happy place we grow real flowers with the Byron bay postcode. We take our time to bask in the beauty of the hills, and watch in awe as our plants grow from seed, to seedling to flower - the way nature intended.      

What we grow

We’ve spent enough time in the Field to see nature really knows a thing or two about life and growth. 

Growing in the fertile Byron soil, with the seasons, allows us to relish in the beauty of vibrant Dahlia, Cosmos, Zinnia, Sweet pea, Ranunculus, Freesias, Amaranth, Queen Anne’s lace, and Calendula blooms.

How we grow

The slow flower movement is not about reinventing the flower farming process, it’s about returning to the earth and our roots. 

Our organic farming principles enrich the soil to sustain nutrient dense plants and produce breathtakingly fragrant blooms.

Our organic approach


We feed the soil with worm juice, seaweed, and natural compost from our own green waste to help it retain moisture and prevent plant disease.


We rotate our crops, ensuring different seeds are planted each season, to boost soil stability and minimise pests.


We mindfully sow well paired plants to enhance their growth and protect each other from pests

How we harvest

There’s something sublime about the moment a flower starts to bloom. For us, it’s the moment of harvest. 

When the bud begins to unfurl, but is still so full of potential, we take our cuttings. Mindfully. 

But we know our flowers play a vital role in the circle of life, so we always leave some behind for the bees. And once they’ve gone to seed, we store them to start the growing process all over again. 

Then we walk our freshly cut bunches to The Shop for you to take home.  
“I just want to be out in the field getting dirty” 
Jess, The Sustainable Farmer-Florist.


Contact us today to book a tour of the Fields and see how we grow our flowers, the right way.
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