Journey Farm’s purpose is:
Grow flowers to ease the mind, feed the soul, refresh the spirit, and gladden the heart. The sight, smell, and feel of flowers can trigger a pleasant memory or elicit positive feelings. Spending time outdoors is beneficial for wellness but is not always easy to do. Flowers are a convenient way to experience a little nature indoors.
We offer wholesale to florists and designers, bulk DIY flowers, bouquet subscriptions, and florals for hospitality businesses and professional offices. We also do workshops, scheduled U-picks, and special on-farm events.
Journey Farm continues to evolve/expand our grow list and acreage. We have built high tunnels to extend our ranunculus and dahlia seasons and other structures to facilitate our winter tulip-forcing operation. We use earth/people/animal-friendly methods for safety and sustainability, and no-till practices to build healthier soil.
Delivery area: Kanab, Hurricane, St. George, east Cedar Mountain, and east Zion areas.
We Offer Flowers Through:
Wholesale to florists and designers, bulk DIY flowers, bouquet subscriptions, floral services to hospitality businesses and professional offices, workshops, scheduled U-picks, and on-farm events.
Growing beautiful specialty and heirloom flowers below the glowing coral cliffs of Kanab is a milestone in a lifetime journey of ranching and farming. I moved to Southern Utah as a two-year-old and have been connected to the land in one way or another ever since.
I love flowers and find joy and peace in growing and sharing them. I have always grown flowers, herbs, vegetables, and trees for my own family’s benefit, but in 2018, I perceived a growing need for people to experience nature for their emotional health and wellness. I talked my husband into letting me plant the .25-acre weedy strip beside the long lane to our house into cut flowers. I have since converted 1.5 acres of our 33 acres of hayfields to flowers.
There is a quiet wellness that comes from aligning life with the rhythms of nature and the circle of seasons. I have benefited from creating Journey Farm and hope that connection can be felt by visitors and those who purchase or receive the flowers (fruits) of my labors.