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Our Story

     Nestled on 4 acres in Southwest Hendricks County you will find Wildflower Flower & Dahlia farm, One of Hendricks County's best kept secrets.

What began as an experiment to see if I could grow my wedding flowers has grown into my passion and my business.

     When Broch asked my to marry him, I knew we were on a budget but the most important thing for me to have at the wedding was flowers!  I wanted them EVERYWHERE! So we picked up our shovels, some seed packets and tubers, & decided to grow our own. Dahlias, Celosia, & Daisies, so many varieties and colors. It was very exciting to watch these little seeds sprout into glorious stems of color. We really didn't know what we were doing, but to our amazement, they grew & grew! They grew so much we actually had enough flowers to use for our entire wedding.  I was proud to say "We grew these." It also brought back many childhood memories of helping on my grandparents farm. 

     It was at this point that I was hooked & knew THIS is what we need to do-it was meant to be. It was time to get back to our roots. So we packed up our house in the city & bought a small farm in the country. 

Fast forward to today. I still love digging in the dirt & live for the days spent on our 4 acre farm with Broch & our Old English Sheepdogs, Walter & Willow and our Komondor Sprout!

     There is still something magical about those first sprouts of flowers and it fills our hears with unbelievable joy seeing others marveling at our blooms. 

     We are still young in our journey of flower farming but we invite YOU to come along with us. Share in the laughter and heartache that is farming with us and share in the beauty we harvest from the earth. 

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