Two Boots Farm

Our small family farm grows vegetables, fruits, and flowers. We have a small CSA and sell produce at our farm stand in Baltimore and area restaurants. We have over 30 paw paw trees, various brambles, and mushrooms growing. All of our produce is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. We believe in responsible stewardship, promoting biodiversity and healthy soil life so that this land will be able to provide healthy food for future generations.

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Flowers for Weddings and Special Events 

We offer full design packages as well as buckets of blooms for DIY weddings, restaurants and events. If you're looking for seasonal flowers for your special event please fill out the inquiry form below.

At Two Boots Farm we use only organic practices.  We are even in the process of becoming USDA Certified Organic to further our commitment to using sustainable practices. Our farm is able to grow the bulk of the flowers we use for wedding and events.  We do sometimes source flowers from fellow flower farmers in the Baltimore area as needed. The flowers we use are always local and always seasonal. 

What's the benefit to using only local, seasonal blooms? 

Working exclusively with seasonal flowers means that no two weddings, or arrangements, are ever the same.  Your flowers will be unique and memorable. We are inspired by what's in bloom and the very best flowers coming from the farm at that moment in time. With this field to vase approach quality is of the utmost importance to us. 

If you are interested in local, seasonal flowers, have a color palette in mind but are not tied to using specific flowers, we might be a good fit for you.  Come to us with your color palette and collection in inspiring photos and we will give 100% to making your dream a reality! 

*At the bottom of this page you can find a link to a general price list for weddings. 

Read all of our wedding reviews on our Two Boots Farm Storefront at WeddingWire
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Happiness held is a seed; happiness shared is a flower.

- John Harrigan

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