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About Celadon Hill

Celadon Hill is a new small cut flower farm in Baldwin, Maryland. 

“Celadon”  pronounced (seh·luh·daan) is named for the silver green pastoral lands that surround our little space and the large hill on which we grow. 

Our mission is to grow fresh field to market flowers that are diverse, long lasting and smell delightful!
 
Our goal is to share the love of growing and enjoying beautiful things with you! 
 
We grow responsibly without chemicals, encouraging biodiversity, soil health, and water conservation. 
 
We believe there is a simple joy in getting and giving locally grown goodness. The taste of something new, the scent of times gone by, a beauty witnessed are wonderful gifts to be shared. You are invited to be a part of this experience! 
 
Stay tuned for updates and watch us grow (with love)

 

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We begin 2020 and our second year in business by doubling our field production space, increasing the number and variety of flowers grown on our small farm. 

Look for where to buy Celadon Hill flowers in the spring of 2020. Our growing season is April to October. Subscribe to our newsletter to be the first to know when flowers are available. 

We offer wholesale sales to designers and florists, if you would like to be added to our weekly availability list, please contact us. 

White Nite Sunflowers

Cut Flower Care

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Tips to make your local flowers last longer! 

  • Clean vases-wash containers and scissors with hot soapy water between uses.
  • Trim flowers-give stems a fresh cut every few days.
  • Change the water- empty the water completely and refresh every 2-3 days. 
  • Avoid ripening produce– keep flowers away from fruits and vegetables, which give off ethylene and shorten vase life. 
  • Keep them cool– store flowers away from heat sources and bright sunlight.

Thank you for buying local!

For more information about local flower farms visit LocalFlowers.org

Local Flowers, Local Farmers: A Growing Movement

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