Fresh, local flowers available at Barryville and Callicoon Farmers’ Markets, at Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket in Brooklyn, Union Square Market on Wednesdays in Manhattan, and for weddings and special events, either DIY or full service. We grow an extensive variety of flowers, all without pesticides and chemical fertilizers to add to the diverse growing ecosystem at our farm. Tannis also makes u-pick appointments June–September.
FLOWER VARIETIES AVAILABLE SEASONALLY
Ageratum, anemone, artemisia, asclepias, aster, baby’s breath, bee balm, bells of Ireland, bupleurum, calendula, capanula, carnation, columbine, celosia, chrysanthemum, cosmos, dahlia, delphinium, digitalis, eucalyptus, flowering cabbage, and kale, flox, gladiolas, godetia, gomphrena, hydrangea, eucalyptus, larkspur, lavatera, liatris, lilac, lily, lupine, love-in-the-mist, marigold, poppy, peony, ranunculus, rudbeckia, sea holly, scabiosa, snapdragon, snow on the mountain, statice, stock, strawflower, sunflower, sweet pea, sweet william, verbena, yarrow, and zinnia.
Contact Tannis Kowalchuk to order flowers for any occasion.
Tannis Kowalchuk is the cut flower grower at Willow Wisp Organic Farm and a proud member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers. Tannis is also founder of NACL (North American Cultural Laboratory) Theatre, a professional, non-profit company that has created 18 original ensemble theatre productions and countless public spectacles since 1997. NACL operates a theatre space and retreat center in Highland Lake, NY, located two hours from New York City in the southwestern Catskill region. The company creates and tours its own devised theatre performances, collaborates with an international circle of artists, and presents a performance season that features work by local and visiting artists.