From our flower farm on this glorious first week in September

I turns out there are now four of us women farmers growing fresh cut flowers in the Rogue Valley, 2 of the newest farms are in Ashland, the third is in Williams.  Le Mera Gardens, the fourth farm, grows crops in Ashland, in Phoenix and in west Medford.

We have banded together with a small photo exhibit by way of introduction.  The photos were taken by Ann Nguyen a resident of Williams ( and will be exhibited at Rogue Roasters in Grants Pass through the month of September.  On Sunday, September 9 we will be at the Rogue Roasters introducing our farms and giving away tiny posies of fresh flowers.  Please come see us if you happen to be in the neighborhood.


Amaranth, upright purple plume (Hopi)

Amaranthus green hanging tassel (new crop)

Amaranthus red hanging tassels (new crop)

Ammi Daucus or lace flower (false Queen Anne’s Lace)

Annabelle hydrangea, turned green & hardy

Artemisia foliage (grey wormwood)

bright orange mini French marigolds

cardinal basil (ornamental, scented)

cardoon foliage

Celosia Plumosa (feathery plumes, several rich colors straight or mixed)

cockscomb and fan shaped Celosia

Cupcake zinnia (beautiful small rounded white zinnia)


Dark bronze sunflowers

delphinium (please check for availability)

dried flowers, 2018 crop

Dusty miller (broad leaf and lacy leaf)

eucalyptus – fresh & scented

Feather grass

feathery marigold foliage

frosted explosion grass

garden roses (mixed colors)


Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena) – red & fuchsia

golden tansy

golden yarrow

hibiscus Mahogany Splendor (deep burgundy foliage, doesn’t like the cooler!))

Hydrangea Greens

Hydrangea paniculata Limelight turned rosey green

Lime Rose zinnia – (shades of rich pink, lime and peach, medium sized blooms)

Lisianthus (this week mostly pale green)

Marigolds, African (orange & gold)

Northern Sea Oats Grass, turning color

Queen Anne’s Lace, florist grade

raspberry foliage

Red Shuttle Flower (Leicesteria)

Rose Hips (orange and red)

Scabiosa fama, periwinkle blue

scabiosa pods

seasonal market bouquets, certified organic & 100% locally grown!

sedum, pale green to blush – very long lasting

seeded eucalyptus – cut to order

seeded golden fennel

Spirea Foliage

statice sinuata (pastels & brights, mixed or single colors)


succulent blossoms – cut to order

succulent plants in 4″ pots, certified organic

sunflowers (gold)

Symphoricarpus, pink snowberries

Veronica, lavender blue

zinderella/miniature zinnias – colorful candy

Zinnia – all the colors of summer