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Cultivating Community through Art, Food and Flowers

The Rockrose Farm Story

Rockrose Farm is a multifaceted space, blending flower cultivation, artistry, and educational outreach. Co-founded by the mother-daughter duo Kate and Ariel Rubin, our farm dream traces back to Ariel's childhood on the Gulf Islands, where industrious parents instilled values of community leadership, environmental action, and self-sufficiency.

Rooted in principles of soil health, biodiversity, and regenerative growing practices, we offer a diverse range of products and services. From fresh-cut flowers to dahlia tubers, bulbs, and plant starts, our offerings reflect our commitment to a localized industry. We only sell things we ourselves love and grow.

In addition to providing farm-grown blooms, we collaborate with event florists dedicated to embracing a more seasonally aligned approach. Each year, we host a limited number of workshops and events in collaboration with community organizers and creatives.

We believe in the interconnectedness of all and the need for healthier land stewardship for a more vibrant and resilient future. We prioritize ongoing partnerships with Indigenous peoples, recognizing their rights, experiences, and contributions to this land.

Whether you're stopping at our farm stand, joining a workshop, or simply immersing yourself in the beauty of the season, we look forward to welcoming you to the farm!

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