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Where Local is Beautiful

A local farm. Your dream flowers.

Sweet Posy Floral is fully committed to local sustainable stewardship with organic practices that will exceed your expectations.  We are proud members of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers, the High Desert Food and Farm Alliance and the Slow Flowers. 

Wedding and Special Events

Karly, Bend Bride
Karly - Wedding Customer


“My husband and I are so honored to have had Sweet Posy as our florist. We were simply blown away at the beauty of every arrangement that was artfully crafted for us. Each arrangement perfectly captured and enhanced the theme of the evening. Jennifer is an amazing artist and an angel to work with. I have very little knowledge of flowers and was unsure about what types of arrangements would work best for my colors and theme. After showing her photos of my dress, colors and location (and wedding Pinterest board of course!) she came up with such beautiful flowers choices. The photos speak for themselves, they were absolutely gorgeous. Thank you so much to the Sweet Posy team for making our wedding so special!”
      
              - Karly, Bend Bride

 

 

Full Seasonal Share - Floral CSA

A uniquely, artisan crafted, fresh from the field bouquet. An abundantly gathered posy of seasonal blooms and foliage of heirloom flowers such as sweet peas, snap dragons, garden roses, hydrangeas, zinnias, poppies, anemones, dahlias & sunflowers along with botanically foraged elements of the season.

You will receive one freshly harvested bouquet each week for ten weeks over the growing season to grace your own home or to share with someone you cherish.

Our growing season typically begins end of June and ends mid September.