From intimate flowers for your personal home through our Subscription service to stunning arrangements for your biggest (or smallest) wedding or event, we provide seasonal and luscious flowers grown locally on our urban flower farm.
Locally and Sustainably Grown Cut Flowers
Everbloom Fields is an urban flower farm located in the Dallas-Ft.Worth area run by Sarah Jo with labor help from her husband Matt and less than a little help from two toddlers. Small in scale but big in heart, our passion is to provide beautiful, seasonal, and sustainably grown flowers to our community. On a half-acre field behind our 100 year old farmhouse just south of Dallas, we grow an impressive variety of heirloom and native flowers providing a picture of beauty belonging to our unique slice of earth in each unique season of time. Be sure to susbcribe for all the latest news and glimpses into farm-life. Our blog is also filled with tips and tricks for growing your own gorgeous flowers. There's nothing more local than your own backyard! :)
1. Do you provide wedding & event florals?
Yes. Though our farm keeps us plenty busy, we offer limited florals for a few events every year. Check out the Events page for more information. If you're looking for full-service floral options, the Dallas area is filled with talented floral artists who source locally, giving you the benefit of sustainable blooms and a high level of personalized service.
3. Can I get your flowers on an individual basis?
Yes. We have a seasonal flower-subscription where you can get freshly harvested flowers straight from our fields every other week. Check out our shop for options that fit you and fill your life with flowers! We're also at Saint Michael's Farmer's Market during the summer!
4. Do you grow organically?
Yes. Though we are not certified, we do not use any pesticides or fertilizers or anything that would harm our precious waterways. Our flowers come to you free of chemicals!
5. Can I come visit your farm?
No. We'd love to share the beauty of the fields with you but at this time our farm has some hazards (like poison ivy!) that we know you'd rather not experience! Subscribe to our newsletter to get inside peeks of field life.