Carolina Flowers presents a new vision for agriculture in Western North Carolina. Land that was once used for tobacco production can still be the backbone of the local economy and an important part of the area's culture. We believe flowers and other specialty crops help create vibrant communities. Our farm is located in Marshall, North Carolina.


Year-Round Growing

Carolina Flowers produces blooms year-round, more or less. Peak flowering season runs from late March through mid-October, depending on the weather conditions. During the coldest months, we grow paperwhites and amaryllis indoors and create seasonal wreaths.

Local Flowers from the Field

We grow about 2 acres of specialty cut flowers in the small village of Walnut. The field is not currently open for visitors, but you can find us every weekend at the Asheville City Market. The large Asheville farmers market runs from 8 a.m. until noon on North Market Street between Woodfin and Walnut streets. Free parking is at Hometrust Bank.

Wedding Design, Anytime

We love designing floral arrangements for weddings! The majority of our work uses seasonal flowers from our farm. However, we also know that a wedding is a special once-in-a-lifetime occasion, so we bring blooms in to meet client preferences. In the depths of winter, we add berries, seed pods and special dried flower treasures to our arrangements and highlight the best of our indoor blooms.

Art and Flowers

Emily Patrick and Josh Copus started Carolina Flowers because they love pottery and plants. Josh is a woodfired ceramic artists. Emily is the head grower and designer for Carolina Flowers. 

To learn more about the ceramics, visit joshcopus.com.

 

Carolina Flowers is Emily Patrick and Josh Copus, pictured here at the property near Marshall, North Carolina, just north of Asheville, where they grow flowers and fire pottery in wood kilns.