Oak Hill Farm calls these medium sized bouquets "Posies", and they're as cute and colorful as they sound! Amongst the greens are some of the finest fall flowers still blooming in Sonoma County.
Chuy, the flower production manager at Oak Hill, selects different flowers each week, depending upon what's looking good. So the Posy you get might not look exactly like the one pictured, but it'll be equally as beautiful.
In order to give your bouquet the longest life, give each stem a diagonal fresh cut and place in a jar of clean water. (The diagonal cut increases the surface area for each stem to uptake water.) Every couple of days, change out the water and give another fresh cut. Warm water works best.
Oak Hill Farm is 25 acres of productive farmland nestled against the western slope of the Mayacamas Mountains in Sonoma’s Valley of the Moon. The farm is part of a larger 700 acre property, which, as the founding property of the Sonoma Land Trust, is permanently held under conservation easement as protected wildland.
For more than fifty years we have farmed using sustainable agricultural practices. Our temperate Mediterranean climate allows us to harvest over two hundred varieties of vegetables, fruit, flowers, perennial greens, and herbs over the course of the year. We farm responsibly with our natural resources and respectfully alongside our native California oak woodlands and wildlife. It is our mission, and always has been, to farm in balance with nature.