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Meadow Farm Florals

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Conscious Floristry and Locally Farmed  Blooms 

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Meadow Farm Florals is a seasonal, small scale flower farm growing intensively and employing organic and regenerative principles, located north of Red Deer, AB. We believe gorgeous plants begin with healthy soil and we work hard to improve soil health and respect the rich biodiversity of the river valley in which we farm. From market bouquets to weddings and special events we take care in our designs not only from the sowing of each seed and the placement of every hand harvested stem, but we also aim to minimize waste and the use of any  harmful chemicals and substances in our designs. 


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We know how important your wedding day is. At Meadow, we grow our flowers on our farm located in Central Alberta. Each design is a unique reflection not only of the couple we are serving but also of the season. We design using our most romantic and lush freshly cut blooms straight out of our flower field and greenhouse. From seed to centerpiece, we take care in every step of the process, right down to the placement of each hand picked stem. As farmer florists we work with you every step of the way to create something unique that reflects your vision.

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Meghan Doering Photography


Grow Together is a unique cut flower growing club for Central Albertans in which you receive a wide variety of cut flower seedlings, ready to plant in your home garden in time for the May Long weekend. 


In addition to the 30+ seedlings, you will receive a selection of direct sow seeds, a handbook with all the growing information you need for a successful, home cut flower season, and access to a private online platform alongside all the Meadow Grow Together members. This group is a valuable resource to learn from Meadow's head growers as well as from all the participating gardeners.  


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