William and Mary began their small flower farm in 2020 after a suggestion from their friends who also ran a farm in New York. With limited previous farming experience, William and Mary drew from permaculture practices and many other low/no-till farming literature to create a flower farm that works harmoniously with the local landscape. In their first year, they successfully grew many varieties of annuals including zinnias, cosmos, California poppies, decorative amaranths, and dahlias to incorporate into their vibrant bouquets. In addition to cultivated flowers, they are also able to celebrate the native wildflowers that grow on their property by including them in their bouquet compositions. In addition to expanding their farm to meet the demand at the Williamstown Farmers Market, they have also received requests to supply locally grown flowers to local florists.