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“Celadon” pronounced (sehΒ·luhΒ·daan) is a new small flower farm in Baldwin, Maryland.

We sustainably grow “field to market” flowers that are diverse, long lasting and smell delightful!

Subscribe to our mailing list to know when and where Celadon Hill flowers are available! Our season runs April to October. Thank You!Β 

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Our field flower season runs April through October. πŸ’š

We offer flower subscriptions, special orders and buckets of blooms for your DIY event.

Subscribe to our email list to get first notice of availability and special events. 

Check out the Celadon Hill Online Shop for current offerings! 

Look for us at Overlea Farmer’s Market May through OctoberΒ 

Local Designers for Special Events

Washday FloralΒ 

Rose and Bel FloralsΒ 

Floral Expressions by Jennifer

If you are a florist or designer and would like to be added to our weekly availability list, please fill out the contact form.Β 


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Our 2021 grow list includes a unique, colorful, scented mix of annuals, perennials and woody shrubs for long lasting mixed bouquets and buckets of blooms.Β 

Here’s a peak of what we’re growing this year. Subscribe to our newsletter for first notice of availability!



Astilbe, Bachelor Button, Bupleurum, Bells of Ireland, Calendula, Columbine,Β  Dianthus, Feverfew, Hellebore, Larkspur, Lily of the Valley, Nigella, Orlaya, Peony, Poppy, Queens’ Anne Lace, Ranunculus, Scabiosa, Snapdragon, Solomon’s Seal, Statice, Stock, Sweet Pea, Tulips, Yarrow and More!Β Β 



Ageratum, Amaranth, Asclepias, Basil, Bee Balm, Carnations, Celosia, Coneflower, Cosmos, Dusty Miller, Gomphrena, Helenium, Lisianthus, Loosestrife, Marigolds, Millet, Mint, Monarda, Phlox, Rudbeckia, Sea Holly, Sunflowers, Veronica, Zinnias and More!

October Market Bouquet


Celosia, Broom Corn, Dahlias, Gomphrena, Goldenrod, Gourds, Marigolds, Jewel of Opar, Pumpkins, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Sedum, Sunflowers, Strawflowers, and More!Β 



Paperwhites and Holiday Greens