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You’ve found Woodbine Flowers. I grow fragrant, heirloom and unusual flowers, foliages, vines, grains – everything for professional floral design and lush, garden-style arrangements.

I started Woodbine Flowers in 2013 to grow flowers for florists. That is, until I realized what a joy arranging flowers for local flower lovers can be!

After some professional floral design training, I found how satisfying it was to nurture flowers from tiny seedlings to a graceful centerpiece or hand-tied bouquet. My favorite part? Personally delivering our flowers to clients.

Thank you for loving local flowers!

– Betsy

5 Comments

  1. Lori Gabler

    Love this! I would like to order two of the Mother’s Day grey pots of the Italian Ranunculus. Let me know.

  2. HARRY O BHAGWANDIN

    Hi Betsy, In doing research for a USDA farm direct marketing grant I discovered your flower farm. Your website is soooo beautiful!! I am excited to see a flower farm gardener florist (the only one in Lewis County?) and would love to tour your farm. I wish I had discovered you last year when we hosted our son’s wedding on our farm in Onalaska. I just sent you an email requesting your participation in our survey to identify barriers to farm direct marketing in Lewis County. I would appreciate your thoughts.

    Best of luck!
    Harry Omroa Bhagwandin,
    USDA Rural Business Development Grant Project Manager

    • Hi Harry – I am so sorry, I haven’t been monitoring this comment function on the website so I didn’t see your message until today! I also have to apologize, I don’t know that I saw your email, perhaps it went to trash. If you are still putting together your research project I would be very happy to take part, otherwise, please accept my sincere apologies! And please feel free to email me again at Betsy@woodbinefarmflowers.com – I assume that was the email address you originally used. Hope you had a great summer – Betsy

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