Petal by Pedal works with small farms to source the healthiest local flowers with the lowest carbon footprint for everything from education classes to event work. This work is about conscious consumption and supporting sustainable practices, fair wages and our vital role in a larger intersectional environmental ecosystem. Welcome to the family. We’re thrilled to have you.

  • Rock Steady Farm
    Rock Steady is a women and queer owned cooperative farm, rooted in social justice, growing sustainable vegetables, flowers and herbs and sustaining community.
  • Quail Hill
    Quail Hill is one of the original Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the U.S., located in Amagansett, on land donated to the Peconic Land Trust by Deborah Ann Light. It sits on over 35 acres and serves over 250 families.
  • The Rivergarden
    Bernadette Kowalski’s flower farm in South Cairo offers up some of the most diverse ingredients in our arsenal at PxP, ranging from edibles like Ochra and Mint to dried flowers in the winter.
  • Hautau & Sons
    Hautau & Sons in Branchville, New Jersey, is a favorite of ours for Hellebore, Sweet Peas and Tulips. Longtime family farmers such as Brian continue the heritage of farming across generations.
  • Tiny Hearts Farm
    Jenny Elliott and Luke Franco are not just incredible farmers but serious entrepreneurs. They began Tiny Hearts Farm on an acre and have since expanded to 22 acres and a retail flower shop in Copake. We are inspired by their flowers and their relentless creativity.
  • Van Dyk Brothers
    Van Dyk brothers Adrian and John were sent to America from Holland to expand the JM Van Dyk and Sons family flower bulb business. Tulips were the traditional family crop, but the business expanded and the 75 acre farm now grows peonies, iris, Sweet William, alliums, summer annuals, and more.
  • Stones Throw Farm
    Set on a privately-owned waterfront property spanning 14 acres, Stone’s Throw Farm started out as a personal family farm before expanding slightly to provide freshly grown vegetables and flowers to the local community. Varieties grown here includes Alliums, Ageratum, Amaranth, Basil, Calendula, Craspedia, Dianthus, Eucalyptus, Larkspur, Nigella, Phlox, Tulips, and more.
  • Queens County Farm
    Queens County Farm Museum's history dates back to 1697; it occupies New York City's largest remaining tract of undisturbed farmland. The farm encompasses a 47-acre parcel that is the longest continuously farmed site in New York State. The site includes historic farm buildings, a greenhouse complex, livestock, farm vehicles and implements, planting fields, an orchard and herb garden. Fun fact: PxP's Founder Kate used to go there on field trips from her public school as a kid!
  • The Brooklyn Grange
    The Grange is the only farm we work with that you can actually fall off of. We love when we get to partner with them, whether it's buying wholesale flowers grown at one of their rooftop farms or designing flower arrangements at their epic events.
  • Battenfelds
    Battenfelds Anemone Farm ships wholesale and retail all over the world, direct from its Red Hook farm in the Hudson River Valley. They specialize in just this one flower varietal, the anemone, and have perfected the art growing them.
  • Pierpont's Blossom Farm
    Keith Pierpont is our go-to for peony growing guidance. We love seeing what he is harvesting at his farm in Baiting Hollow and love buying his gorgeous blooms all summer long.
  • Rosemeadow
    Michael and the team at Rosemeadow Farm are one of, if not the, last remaining rose grower on the east coast. They have been growing flowers since 1917 and bring their inventive harvests into the Union Square Greenmarket weekly.
  • Bear Creek Farm
    Bear Creek Farm cultivates over 100 varieties of dahlias, peonies and rare flowers - their unique dahlias are a gorgeous event whenever you find them at the Union Square Greenmarket.