The Florage co-op currently consists of two farms, Paisley Flower Farm and Paradise Valley Orchard. We are committed to using sustainable organic methods to lessen our footprint on the earth. No refrigerated trucking, chemicals or preservative sprays are used in bringing our gorgeous blooms straight from our gardens to your table. The local flower movement has been steadily gaining momentum. We are thrilled and proud to be a part of it. Locally grown flowers are more fragrant, diverse, and long-lasting than commercial varieties and are available within days—sometimes even hours—after cutting. Our florists know that local is better.
Paisley Flower Farm
Lindy Bankhead of Paisley Flower Farm is passionate about growing flowers and vegetables as organically as possible. Lindy feels blessed to not only be able to raise her four young children alongside the flowers, but to also deliver freshly-cut stems to local florists and customers—people who value the high quality and sustainability of the vibrant blooms.
Equipped with a degree in in Landscape Architecture from USU, a Master Gardener Certification, and years of experience working at local greenhouses and nurseries, Lindy began growing flowers on her gorgeous property in 2012. With the help of her patient husband and family, she’s transformed their 100-year old farm into a thriving cut flower operation.
Paradise Valley Orchard
At Paradise Valley Orchard, bringing natural beauty and art into the lives of clients fuels Ali Harrison’s flower passion. Her mid-century apple orchard and small farm serve as a backdrop for the weddings and events she hosts with her husband, Lorin. Ali believes the style and balance she achieves in her floral projects is nurtured by the idyllic setting she works in each day.
As an artist and self-proclaimed hippie, Ali uses her creativity on the farm daily. Along with her husband Lorin, she maintains a custom approach to growing flowers, and her eye for color and attention to detail graces all the bouquets and arrangements she designs. Finding solace in getting her hands dirty, Ali sees the farm as her canvas and the garden her palette.