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Aisling Flower Farm 
Gordonsville VA

Leah Shiraishi

We - Leah, Kevin, Brendan, and Sophie - are proud to bring you Aisling Flower Farm. We are a family-run farm located in the heart of Keswick horse country,

nestled between Charlottesville and Gordonsville. It has always been my dream to own a small farm, allowing my kids to grow up with horses and nature. As this dream became a reality, I realized I craved the ability to turn my dream into a business venture as well. After almost 20 years working behind a desk, I craved an outlet for creativity and beauty, hence the creation of Aisling Flower Farm. 

Our goal is to provide our community with beautiful, fresh flower bouquets. We take great pride in our environmentally friendly growing practices, seeking a balance with nature

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Liz Faucher

In 2016, my (now) wife and I—tired of the frantic pace and suffocating traffic of the Washington DC area—fell in love with a farmhouse on 4 acres outside of

Earlysville VA

Charlottesville. We never intended to actually farm, but somehow the land started calling to me. I’d grown vegetables in my suburban backyard for years, but didn’t really speak “flower.” I discovered flowers are so much more fun to grow than veggies! Over the past 5 years, we’ve slowly increased the quality of our soil (the main field was used for cows for 50 years and is crisscrossed with old gravel farm roads—super fun to plant in), added a barn and 2 hoop houses, and increased our knowledge of the great variety of flowers.

Eleusinia Flowers
Madison VA

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Bonnie and Emily Collins

Bonnie and Emily Collins have loved gardens for as long as they can remember. What began as a casual desire to have a small cutting garden morphed into a far

greater project, in scale as well as in scope. Bonnie and Emily knew it was imperative that the cutting garden exist in harmony with the more wild places on the farm. And so, they committed themselves to sustainable growing practices, ones that nurture the soil and which are respectful of nature’s ways of caring for itself. As it happens, these practices improve the quality of blooms, as well. 

We believe the flowers in your vase should be as fresh as the food on your table. We aim to cultivate sustainably-grown seasonal cut flowers

for everyone, from the flower enthusiast to the professional designer.

Westwind Flowers
Orange, VA
Stacey Chapman

Flower farming has been in the plans for our family since 2009. We finally moved from northern IL to the Green Springs National Historic District in late 2020 to start our flower adventure. Since then

Green Springs Flower Farm
Louisa, VA

we've planted thousands of perennials and annuals for local florists and our community. At Green Springs Flower Farm we are committed to using only the safest methods to grow our flowers to keep people and the planet safe. We use organic methods for growing our beautiful flowers such as natural fertilizers, hand weeding and mulching. And let me tell you that guineas, ducks and chickens are worth their weight in gold when it comes to pest protection! We go to lengths to safeguard the biodiversity of our soil, such as using the no-till method. No-till farming mitigates climate problems (by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions) and improves the health of the soil. Flowers from other countries are covered in pesticides, fungicides and other nasty chemicals that will not be on any of our flowers or anywhere on our property. The flowers share the farm with our horses, donkeys, goats, chickens, ducks, guineas, geese, bees, and of course cats and dogs, too. As of spring 2024 we will be completely solar powered! There's always something fun going on here!

Meet the Growers

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