ORGANIC FLOWERS for WEDDINGS, MARKETS and EVENTS
Willow Wisp Organic Farm grows a wide selection of organic and unique cut flower varieties. Co-owner and flower grower Tannis Kowalchuk designs seasonal and innovative bouquets for farmers markets, weddings (full design or DIY loose stem) and all occasions.
FIELDS OF COLOR
Tannis’ annual and perennial flower fields display an extensive palette of colors and textures, from romantic white stock to vivid theatrical cockscomb. Our flowers are grown without pesticides and chemical fertilizers, and attract immense numbers of pollinators, thus contributing to the diverse ecosystem at our farm.
Zinnias and Sunflowers
Snapdragons, cosmos, nigella and stock
Our customers love the seasonal variety of blooms that appear each week in our bouquets. This seasonality exemplifies the dynamic cycles of farm life and many customers have discovered that our blooms last longer than commercially produced flowers since each bouquet is delivered farm to vase within hours. Our wedding designs surround brides and grooms with stunning farm-cultivated flowers making the occasion a celebration of love and natural beauty.
Tannis in her flower studio at Willow Wisp Organic Farm making a bouquet for a customer.
Farmer Greg at Our Friends’ Wedding
FLOWER VARIETIES AVAILABLE SEASONALLY
Ageratum, anemone, artemisia, asclepias, aster, baby’s breath, bee balm, bells of Ireland, bupleurum, calendula, campanula, carnation, columbine, celosia, chrysanthemum, cosmos, dahlia, delphinium, digitalis, eucalyptus, flox, gladiolas, 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, tithonia, verbena, yarrow, and zinnia.
August bouquets heading to markets. Sunflower, strawflower, aster, marigold, delphinium, scabiosa, snapdragon, zinnia.
(L-R) Celosia spicata, Celosia cristata, (Front) Bupleurum.
Contact Tannis Kowalchuk to order flowers for any occasion. Call 917-566-7698
You can listen to Tannis and her flower show Ophelia’s Flowers by tuning into WJFF Radio’s “Farm and Country” on Saturdays.