Bring Colorado Landscapes To Your Feed With This Local Flower Farm


Man in a white shirt holding a bouquet of orange, white and pink flowers

Photo: Tiffany Rebecca.

A field of flowers on the feed of Little Hollow Flowers

Photo: Kate McNaught.

Close-up shot of purple flowers in a field

Photo: James O'Connell.

A bride holding a bouquet next to a groom in nature in feed by Little Hollow Flowers

Photo: Linden Wilson.

WHO: Little Hollow Flowers, a small, family-owned Berthoud farm on a mission to increase access to locally grown blooms by cultivating unique cut flowers and greenery for floral arrangements. (Look for their fresh, seasonal bouquets on Saturdays, May through November, at the Colorado Fresh Market in Cherry Creek.)

WHAT: Owner Kate Davenport says floral design is “like capturing the flower field in the snapshot of a moment in time.” Her Instagram feed follows suit, showcasing the changing seasons through images of the farm, its colorful bounty of more than 100 floral varieties, and bouquets composed in a loose, textural style. 

WHY: A browse through this feed yields not only practical takeaways on growing and arranging cut flowers in Colorado, but a new appreciation for flora that reflects the beauty and diversity of local landscapes.

WHERE: @littlehollowflowers

IN THEIR WORDS: “We hope people will enjoy a fleeting moment of beauty and connect with the natural world through seasonal flowers. We’re excited to be part of cultivating an authentic regional style, and hope followers will get excited about locally grown flowers and want to learn more about the sustainable flower movement.”