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stunning flowers for every occasion


unique arrangements for all your flower needs!

All our blooms are sustainably grown on our farm just an hour west of St. Louis. Support your local farmer and get sensational flowers for yourself, a friend, or an event. Flowers can be picked up at the Schlafly or Wildwood farmer’s markets. Click below for details.


Farm to Vase: A Floral Design Workshop 8/11/19

Farm to Vase: A Floral Design Workshop 8/11/19

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Join us on August 11 for a summer Sunday morning and learn how to create a stunning floral arrangement with flowers you help harvest from our fields. Learn harvest techniques and how to select ideal flowers and greenery for optimal vase life. After exploring our flower fields and choosing your blooms, Suzanne Langlois will teach you techniques to transform them into a dramatic centerpiece. You'll learn about layering in greens and flowers of varying color, scale and shape, and how to hold everything in place. We'll have refreshments featuring ingredients from Flower Hill Farm's vegetable harvests. You'll leave with your gorgeous arrangement in a beautiful pedestal vessel, and plenty of new skills and friends. Class limited to 20 people. $70/person or $120 for 2 people. August 11, 2019, 9:30 am-12:30 pm.

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About the instructors:


Suzanne Langlois

Suzanne is the co-founder of Kaldi's Coffee, which she owned and operated for 15 years. She currently teaches entrepreneurship and sustainability at Washington University. An avid floral designer and gardener, Suzanne creates sustainable arrangements and installations with the goal of high visual impact, low environmental impact. Her designs feature local flowers as well as foraged and gleaned botanical elements. She enjoys traveling, writing and family life with two teenagers and an incorrigible rescue dog. Share your thoughts with her on Instagram: @langlois.suzann


Maisah Khan

Maisah is currently the Water Policy Director at the Missouri Coalition for the Environment, but she loves to spend as much of her free time as possible learning about Missouri native plants, working in her garden, and playing with flowers grown by her favorite flower farmer friends. As a Master Gardener and lover of Mother Earth, Maisah loves to work with local and seasonal blooms and draws inspiration from all things wild and wonderful -- from wildflowers along the highways to "weeds" from the backyard. Find her floral designs at: @madebymaisah