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Little Big Farm is a small family flower farm nestled in the foothills of northern Warren County, New Jersey. Owned and operated by Patricia Kraemer-Doell, the primary farming activity is to grow the most beautiful blooms possible without the use of pesticides or herbicides. "LBF" is a great resource for designers looking for exceptional, locally sourced flowers and for DIY brides interested in making their wedding day extra special.
More than 60 varieties of specialty cuts
Grown in the Garden State!
Grown chemical free!
Yes, quite gorgeous!
Our Farm Family
Owned and operated by Patricia Kraemer-Doell, Little Big Farm is a family operation.
We have a few friendly packages for you. Check all the packages and choose the right one for you.
- Individual “Do-it-Yourselfers” may want to consider a Little Bucket Share to get creative and adorn a home.
- “Little Bucket” is filled with enough seasonal flowers and fillers for a large bouquet or several small arrangements.
- Restaurants, office parks, and other such businesses may want to consider a Big Bucket Share to transform a space with color, fragrance and beauty.
- A “Big Bucket” is overflowing with blooms, big and small, and enough fillers for multiple arrangements or several larger displays.
- Those pressed for time can subscribe to our bouquet share where our designers cut, clean, and arrange your flowers for you.
- “Bouquet Share” features large, custom-designed seasonal arrangements prepared by our design staff.
- Dahlias bloom deep in the heart of summer. The flowers are among the most prized in the flower world and can only be acquired through select growers. Treat yourself to four week subscriptions of the most beautiful flowers of summer!
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- Eight-week delivery service each Friday of an eight-week flower subscription.
Keep up to date with farm happenings!
Neha & Anup – Trailer Film (Basic) :: NST Pictures New Jersey Wedding Video :: Chester, NJ from NST Pictures on Vimeo. It’s always fun to get professional wedding photos shared with us highlighting our work. It’s even more fun when the flowers appear in a slick wedding video! Congratulations to Neha and Anup! May[…]
A very special “Thank You!” to Debra Prinzing for inviting Patti to share her story on the SLOW Flowers podcast. Patti and Debra spent about 20-minutes talking about growing organic cut flowers in the Garden State. Listen to the podcast interview here. Debra Prinzing is quite a celebrity on the American flower circuit.[…]
Before the flower farm, there were the gardens. From the first backyard cutting garden we planted in Washington state, to the Family Garden at the New York Botanical Gardens, gardening has been a passion throughout the years. Even when moving from one home to another, some of the most beloved plants moved with us. Needless[…]
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to join Patti and her good friend, Barbara, of Bonnie Hill Farm, as they set up an arbor for a wedding at Bear Brook Valley, a beautiful new wedding venue in Fredon, NJ. As the wedding day approached, the forecast seemed to pointing to rain, rain, rain, but on[…]
New peonies take time. Back in 2015, Patti and her team planted 100 “baby” herbaceous peonies knowing that they wouldn’t be able to harvest the blooms for at least two years. These perennials need the extra time in order to become established and mature before sharing their blossoms with the world. Sound familiar, moms?[…]
It’s wonderful to take a little extra time in the spring mornings to appreciate all the beauty around us and just how ephemeral it all is. Slideshow above, pics below. [gdl_gallery title=”early-spring-2017″ width=”IMAGE_SRC” height=”IMAGE_HEIGHT” ]
Even though it’s the same every year, spring always seems to sneak up on us. And how green it is! I took this pic to capture the explosion of emerald green grass that is welling up on the hill like a new sea. The local flowers are not out yet, but there is a whole[…]
Last weekend, we received a few new “pond guests” after some feathered friends found themselves in need of a home. We spliced together a few shots from the cell phone and laid down a silly sound track just for fun…
We are very happy to introduce our intern this year, Eugenia Alcorta! Eugenia is currently a student at the School of Professional Horticulture at The New York Botanical Garden. She will be with us until the end of June. Eugenia has a passion for learning all about flower farming and floral design and we are[…]