tomatoes, sugar snasp peas and flowers

Where can I find Amy?

truckAmy’s Garden is at farmers markets throughout Central Virginia. See Farmers Market schedules and locations.

Why local organic?

butterlyAvoiding harmful chemicals by eating all-organic is key to leading a healthy lifestyle and reducing risk for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. Read all about going organic.


Our beehives basking in the sun.


Gorgeous purple thistles.

field flowers

A field of flowers.

market flowers

Bouqets and loose flowers at the market.


Amy’s Garden grows an exciting variety of organically grown cut flowers for sale at local markets; our specialty cut flowers are also available to local florists and retailers. From the unusual to the old-fashioned, soft pastels or bright and bold, Amy’s Garden grows scores of beautiful varieties – all organically grown of course!

Gorgeous peonies, fragrant sweet William, stately snapdragons and larkspur start off the season in May; followed by yarrows, rudbeckia and zinnias in June.

Summer brings an explosion of blooms of all types, stunning Lisianthus, fragrant tuberose, beguiling cockscomb and amaranth. In late summer and fall the dahlias are spectacular! Salvia leucantha is blooming and everyone’s favorite “Hairy Balls” makes a return.

At the farmers’ market you can buy just a few stems or an armload! Amy’s Garden offers pre-made bouquets, we will happily design a bouquet just for you or you can make one yourself – what fun! Come to the market to experience all the colors and wonder of Amy’s Garden organic flowers!

sweet william  peonies
Sweet Williams and peonies are gorgeous and fragrant.

butterfly on zinnia  yarrow
All that fresh air and clean living seems to agree with our flowers.

rudbekia  larkspur
Love the beautiful violet-to-lavendar shades of lisianthus and larkspur.

rudbeckia  zinnia and bee
These varieties last beautifully -- and the bees approve!

Community-supported agriculture

What is a CSA?

leavesWant fresh vegetables, fruit and even flowers waiting for you each week? Learn how our CSA Garden Share works.


We love this fuschia cockscomb.

picking sweet william

Picking sweet williams.


A riot of gorgeous color.

hairy balls

An unusual but popular addition to your bouquet!


Everyone's favorite, zinnias.

tiny mums

Hundreds of small white blooms.


A cloud of multi-colored yarrow.