Flower Availability Menu

All the flowers listed below have been grown organically and with care on our 25-acre Hudson Valley farm. Order flowers or arrangements using this page, selecting your pickup day at checkout (or requesting delivery on arrangements if desired).

Plus, also find below: 

Special order flower arrangements for pickup or delivery. For larger gatherings a special menu dedicated to weddings and events. Join our Flexible Flower CSA Program for exclusive member benefits. The vase life champs: dried arrangements and wreaths are still available.


Fresh-Cut Flowers for Store Pickup

Our inventory is UPDATED FREQUENTLY. We’ve been adding quantities available for sale on this page after each morning harvest. So not to worry! If something listed here is sold out, please check back again the next day and we may have more available. Please note: the following flower bunches are for store pickup only. We cut to order, please allow a minimum of at least 24 hours for us to process your order.

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Arrangements for Pickup or Delivery

We’ve been asked time and again if we deliver so we’ve made it official: we’re now offering gift arrangements for pickup or local delivery! Pre-order any of the below items to schedule a pick up at our Hillsdale Flower Shop or select delivery on the checkout page to surprise a friend or treat yourself to a gorgeous arrangement!

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2022 Flexible Flower CSA Program

We’re excited to announce our 2022 Tiny Hearts Flower CSA program, with new member benefitsClick here to learn more about our flexible, free-choice CSA options with convenient pickup at our beautiful Hillsdale flower shop. This season is shaping up to be Tiny Heart’s best yet, with new greenhouses and expanded field production and season extension – meaning more glorious flowers all season long! 

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Dried Arrangements and Wreaths

Tiny Hearts Farm dried flowers are unique – grown from seed using organic practices right here on our Hudson Valley farm, tended with care through harvest, and naturally air-dried in our barn’s hayloft, and are always dye and chemical-free. For more information, see Jenny’s recent primer on our naturally dried flowers with Margaret Roach on her podcast “A Way to Garden.”

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