Franktown House Flowers has been devoted to growing specialty cut flowers in the Outaouais since 2013. Deeply rooted in ecological farming practices, we are mindful of supporting a healthy habitat for all creatures great and small - including pollinators and other beneficial insects, soil microorganisms, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and other wildlife.
Our flower farm is host to many domestic and migratory birds, including threatened species such as the whippoorwill, bobolink, eastern meadowlark, golden-winged warbler. We encourage the propagation of milkweed in our fields, providing habitat for Monarch butterflies which have appeared in greater and greater numbers in recent years.
Our cut flowers are grown with love and care, offering a local and seasonal option in the floral industry.
- CTV story about our farm (2021)
- A little more about Danielle
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