About Your Local Flower Farmer
Good Life Flower Farm is a small-scale specialty cut flower farm growing seasonally in Alpharetta, GA.
Farm fresh flowers and foliage are available from mid-April through October at the Saturday Alpharetta Farmers Market from 8:30am - 1pm.
A seasonal selection of plants are available at the market as well. Preorder online to reserve your plants.
If you prefer delivery or wish to give a gift, check out the flower subscription service, Porch Petals.
Flowers are also available wholesale to florists and designers at request.
Visiting the Farm
On-farm visits and tours are not available at this this time. Instead, you can follow the farm instagram page for sneak peeks, behind the scenes action, and regular updates on new blooms and availability.
Occasionally I send out emails with special offers, upcoming events, and market information. Subscribe here.
The farm’s mission is to bring joy and education to my community through seasonal, field to vase blooms grown on my farm.
I’m passionate about small-scale regenerative farming, ecology, and my local community.
WHY LOCAL MATTERS
Beyond the problems with chemical use in conventional farming, labor situations in overseas “factory farms,” and the massive carbon footprint of importing flowers, imported flowers impact you and the community you live in.
By shopping with local growers who prioritize soil restoration, produce long lasting cut flowers, and provide incredible customer service, you keep your dollars right here in the local community and have a positive impact on our environment and economy.
Local flowers are available in varieties that are rarely imported because they don’t ship well. Local flowers are harvested fresh by a farmer you know. Picked at the perfect time and kept in fresh water every moment of their journey to you, properly treated local flowers will last many days or even weeks in your home.
This results in incredibly vibrant, long-lasting arrangements with carbon-negative footprints.
Learn more about the difference between local flowers and imported flowers.
If you want to get even nerdier with me about my values and methods, check out some more info here.