At Teton Full Circle Farm we connect our local community and customers to the earth through flowers. We use 100% organic, locally grown and foraged flowers in all of our work, infusing the raw beauty of nature into each unique arrangement. It's important to us to grow our flowers holistically, using regenerative approaches that do not damage, but instead benefit and heal the earth. Every step of the way we keep the earth in mind, from soil preparation, seed selection, and growing techniques to design and presentation. When we connect with the earth we feel our best, and flowers are a great way to tune our senses to the magic of nature happening all around us.
Our fresh seasonal flowers are available through our CSA program, choose Full (12 weeks), or Half Share (6 weeks), weekly bouquets at the Teton Valley Farmers Market ( Fridays 9 a.m.- 1p.m. June thought Oct. in Driggs, ID), weddings and events DIYProgram, and wholesale accounts.
If you are a grower or home gardener you may be interested in connecting through our annual Dahlia Tuber Sale, our Plant Sale or our Flower Growing Workshop. Where ever your interests lie, we hope we can inspire you to connect more deeply with the earth and benefit from the beauty and healing she offers.
Our Journey with Flowers
We have been growing cut flowers at Teton Full Circle Farm since we began in 2013. We first grew sunflowers to share the incredible joy they elicit with our CSA members and farmers market customers. The sunflowers brought such beauty to the farm and added a striking colorful component to our vegetable program. The farmland that we moved to and took over the lease of in 2014, had a variety of perennial flowers which the former farmers had planted. We realized the incredible benefit that flowers brought to our farm. We were impressed with the diversity of native pollinators the various perennial flowers brought to the land. We starting focusing on growing more flowers. Hardy annuals came next, for-get-me nots, Queen Ann's lace, rudbeckia and sweet peas.
As we saw the demand grow for seasonal, locally grown flowers, we decided it was time to invest in learning more about growing flowers specifically. The winter of 2017 we committed to studying all the cut flowers that could grow in our hardiness zone 4b and how to do it successfully. This time frame overlapped with the purchase of our new farm that we would set our roots down on for the foreseeable future. We would have to wait to start growing on our new land because it was not yet certified biodynamic, nor organic. In 2017 and 2018 we grew our flower program on our leased property and prepared and planned for flowers on new farm ground.
In 2017 we planted our first Dahlia tubers. Since those first 5 dahlia plants we have grown deeply in love with cultivating and arranging with these incredible flowers! In 2021 we planted 42 varieties, totaling approximately 500 tubers. We specifically seek out sturdy varieties which are early, prolific bloomers with unique and applicable colors, to offer in our cut flower program. In 2021 we taught our first flower growing workshop and shared our dahlia tubers with other growers. Everyone needs the opportunity to grow flowers. As far as we have experienced, there is no end to the creativity, learning and joy that growing and arranging flowers can bring to one's life.
Location 325 E 7750 S, Victor, ID
Teton Full Circle Farm
Healing the land and connecting people to the earth through organic/biodynamic farming.