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Acorn Flower Farm

Our Story

Acorn Flower Farm is an artisan cut flower farm based in Ramsey St Mary’s, Cambridgeshire. We grow and sell seasonal, sustainable flowers and foliage to our local customers and florists.

Our farm provides a local product with a low carbon footprint and an alternative solution to imported flowers. Our flowers are sown, grown and nurtured by hand resulting in beautiful, scented English country flowers for everyone to enjoy.

We strive to produce a product of superior quality that has been grown in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way, using no pesticides and promoting biodiversity. Our farm specialises in seasonal flowers, and we grow alongside mother nature, so we are currently only open April- October.

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A Flower For Every Season

The beauty of British flowers is the seasonality of what is on offer, alongside the vast choice in varieties. In the spring we grow unusual tulips alongside heirloom scented narcissi, in the summer delphiniums, sweet peas and snapdragons take centre stage and the last hoorah of summer into autumn belongs to the dahlias and rudbeckias.


Each week a new variety of flower bursts into action so no two bouquets are ever the same. Alongside bunches and bouquets, we sell DIY Buckets for those that want to get creative and try arranging at home, or for brides that want to do their own wedding flowers, Bespoke Bouquets and DIY Buckets are available to order via email

Who We Are

Hello, I’m Amy, owner and flower farmer at Acorn Flower Farm.  I am a fifth-generation farmer but the first female and the first to grow flowers in my family.  Alongside my flower farm I work in my local community for a charity whilst also taking care of my two young sons. I am passionate about growing flowers and love sourcing new and exciting seeds to grow. I look forward to sharing this season’s flowers with you.


If you would like to get in touch, please contact me here. Note if I do not respond straight away it is probably because I am in the middle of the flower field!

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