Our favorite place to make a dinner reservation is Monocacy Crossing. You will spy some gorgeous flowers decorating the tables and yes, those are our blooms! Hilltop Blooms LOVES it's partnership with Monocacy Crossing and delivers new flowers every week to add to the friendly atmosphere of this charming, scrumptious restaurant!
Lauren is thrilled to be partnering with Love & Grit Farm, owned by dear friend Kristin Ryland, an amazing, creative and inspirational local farmer. Love & Grit Farm, will serve as a pick up location for a special Hilltop Blooms May-August Flower Subscription!
Love & Grit Farm provides an amazing blessing to the community through their Community Support Agriculture (CSA) program. Our family is an enthusiastic member and looks forward to our weekly bag of fresh produce grown on the farm! Check out their website for how you can benefit!
Get ready friends for some flower fun!! Stay tuned for a calendar with monthly Flower Workshops at Love & Grit Farm! Our vision is to provide both an educational and hands-on experience arranging flowers while enjoying the atmosphere with friends!
Pumpernickel & Rye is an amazing "new school deli + market" in a vibrantly restored farm house right up the road from our farm and we are thrilled to be collaborating with them! They will be a new pick up location for Hilltop Blooms Subscriptions!
This sister-owned "new style" deli is our go-to spot for a quick bite or lunch date! They have an incredible smoothie bar and locally-sourced espressos + coffee as well as daily soup specials, and other deli creations with a new school feel! Please visit them and try their amazing food and atmosphere!
Stay tuned for community events at Pumpernickel & Rye featuring Hilltop Blooms flowers! In addition to being our Urbana pick up location, you may see our flowers at their special community events!
Lauren works closely with her dear flower farming friend, Mary of Cockleshell Farm, who continues to mentor her and inspire her with the stunning flowers and gardening wisdom! Lauren and Mary have hosted Flower Workshops together and are both part of the Maryland Cut Flower Growers Association, a collective of flower growers dedicated to producing high quality blooms for local consumers.