From the bottom of our hearts,

thank you for supporting local flowers
 

Pop's Flowers

Farm and Design // Edgewood, WA

FAQ's

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
Last updated 3/12/20 8:45pm
 

We are currently closed for the season. Follow us on social media for news on when our 2020 opening weekend for Spring flowers will be. Mother nature decides! Also watch out for announcements regarding Mother's day. Holidays are pre order only and we typically sell out completely by 1 week in advance.

Thank you so much for your interest in our flowers. We can't wait to deliver what we grew just for you!

Ttys.

V & The Pop's Flowers Team

when are you open?
Our 2019 Summer/Fall season has come to a close. Our last week was 10/04/19. 

We will re-open again in 2020 for Valentine's Day, followed shortly thereafter by our regular Spring Season. Summer/Fall Season is July through October. Follow us on social media or subscribe to emails for seasonal updates.

do you deliver to me?
We deliver to roughly a 12 mile radius around our farm! Not sure if you qualify? Drop us a line with your delivery address and we'll let you know! Delivery is free to our neighbors in Edgewood, Milton, and Fife.

 

how do I see your inventory?
Shop our Saturday online market 8am to 3pm! We post our entire inventory here on our website in the online store and deliver everything same day. We also post the online market inventory to our FB group and Insta stories.

can I get your flowers on a weekday?
Unfortunately, we are unable to deliver on weekdays. We also are not able to accept visitors or pick ups on the farm until we are able to secure the appropriate insurance. We're looking to do this, and build a farm stand for weekDAY and weekend shopping as soon as possible. The best way to stay up to date is joining our Facebook Group and following us on Instagram. 

where are your flowers grown?
Our flowers are grown by us, mainly. We started growing in Milton on grandfather's homestead. However, we just bought a farm of our own and are in the process of slowly moving operations to the new farm in Edgewood. We do source additional blooms from other local farms, courtesy of the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market.