Sea Change Farm & Flower is a woman-run specialty cut flower farm in Kingston, NY.  We offer sustainably-grown, seasonal fresh flowers through our weekly on-farm CSA and for weddings.

Our fresh flowers change with the seasons, from tulips, poppies, and anemones in spring to zinnias, cosmos, and sunflowers in high summer, through to dahlias and heirloom chrysanthemum come fall.

We use only organic growing practices on our farm, no harmful chemicals here! We also practice no-till growing methods on our farm, which we feel are healthier for the flowers and the earth.

We are committed to using 100% locally-grown flowers in all our design work. We source flowers from our own farm, and from a network of other small flower farms in the Hudson Valley.

Meet your Farmer-Florist

“Hi, I’m Samantha!

I left New York City and moved upstate when I realized that I care deeply about connecting people with nature. Weekend hiking trips were just not making up for all those hours in the concrete jungle.

Maybe you can relate?

When I first left the city, I served on an Americorps crew that built hiking trails. This was a big step for me, and an incredible experience. But, not everybody has the time, access, or physical ability to connect with nature through hiking.

Flowers, on the other hand, have the power to bring nature into the lives and homes of so many people.

My formal background is in software engineering, which sounds hugely different from farming. And it is! But, farmers actually do a ton of problem-solving, and I love using my problem-solving skills in something physical instead of virtual.

I am so excited to be your flower farmer.”

What about the name?

“The name Sea Change comes from something a friend said to me when I left the city unsure of what to do next, but searching for a life closer to nature:

‘Good luck with your sea change!

A “sea change” is a shifting of the winds, a changing of tides, a movement in great currents around us.  As well as being a major shift in this farmer’s life, the name Sea Change is a nod to the growing power of the Slow Flowers movement, a larger shift in how we think about flowers.”

We are excited to contribute to that change in perspective, and to help people realize the value and incomparable beauty of flowers grown locally, seasonally, and in environmentally responsible ways.