Two Boots Farm

A family run farm and floral design studio in Hampstead, Maryland. We grow a wide variety of cut flowers and produce. We also have over 100 cultivated pawpaw fruit trees. We use ecologically sustainable practices so that future generations can continue to grow in healthy soil.

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Would you enjoy weekly deliveries of farm fresh flowers to your home or business? 



Each week you will receive seasonal blooms delivered to your door.  Our flowers are grown using organic practices on our small family farm in Hampstead, MD (30 minutes north of Baltimore).

We offer two options :

1. A fresh arrangement. The perfect size for a coffee table, receptionist desk, or bakery counter. These come in a dainty cement vessel (see photo above) that we will swap out each week when we bring you fresh flowers. $60/week (delivery included)

2. A bucket of loose focal flowers, accent flowers and foliage. Perfect if you have your own vases and love to make your own arrangements. Our buckets are $75/week (delivery included) and are packed full of just-harvested blooms.

Our subscriptions are pay as you go, meaning you can cancel anytime or put your subscription on hold if you need to.  Deliveries currently occur on Tuesdays mornings to homes and businesses in the 21093 area code. More delivery days and locations will be added as demand grows.  Click here to order your flowers. We look forward to sharing our blooms with you!

Why buy local?

  1. Local flowers last longer! Flowers from traditional florists and in stores travel thousands of miles to get to you. Local flowers last longer because they are harvested, conditioned and delivered within 24 hours.

  2. Our flowers are sustainably grown.  We do not use chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides on our flowers. We don't want to breathe them in and neither should you.

  3. Support the local economy and a small, female owned, family farm.

  4. Local flowers often smell better. Most imported flowers have the scent bred out of them in exchange for longer stem length and uniformity. Our flowers smell just like they came from your grandmother's garden, and chances are, we are growing the same flowers she did!

  5. Local flowers have a smaller footprint. They didn't have to travel to you by plane and truck in a cardboard box from halfway around the world, they were grown right here! Therefore, the flowers you receive will change as the season changes. Just as peaches taste best in late summer, dahlias are September’s showstoppers! It's the beauty of local! 2157406214