We are a farmer-owned cooperative established in 2011 and committed to providing the very best the Pacific Northwest has to offer in cut flowers, greens and ornamentals from sixteen Washington, Oregon and Alaska flower farms.
Located inside the landmark Original Rainier Brewery in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, the market bustles each week as farmers sell their flowers, greens, potted plants and ornamentals directly from the market floor to local florists, stores and professional buyers.
As the seasons change, so does the array of vibrant and fresh local products available at the market. We provide our customers with a wide range of unique, unusual and seasonal floral offerings allowing them to fully express their creativity.
Flower farming has long been part of America’s rich agricultural heritage and is a passion driven industry. By sharing resources and working together, we – the Pacific Northwest farmers and community members who make up this innovative market – are keeping local farmers on their land, adding jobs and helping to preserve an important part of our farming heritage for future generations.
Our Mission: To foster a Vibrant Community Marketplace that sustains Local Flower Farms and provides Top Quality Products and Service to the Floral Industry of the Pacific Northwest.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND STAFF
Co-owner of Jello Mold Farm.
Owner of Everyday Flowers.
Manager of Peterkort Roses.
Owner of Dan’s Dahlias.
Co-owner of Orchidaceae.
Emily Ellen Anderson
Owner of Lola Creative Events.
Writer, speaker, advocate for American flower farming and creator of Slow Flowers.
Photo: Mary Grace Long
Staff photos by Mary Grace Long