What we grow:
Cut Floral & Stem Farm
We are located in Central Ohio in New Albany. We are a small family owned and operated cut flower and stem farm. In the Spring we are in the fields morning til night harvesting Peony flowers. Fall we are harvesting dogwood and willow branches in a variety of color and textures for holiday containers and decor. Don't forget about those pussy willow branches in February/March.
We only sell the best available quality. We will never compromise quality for time or sales. We will provide honest customer service and work to provide you the best satisfaction of service and products.
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The mcCullough Family:
Red Twig Farms was born seven years in 2010, after the family bought 9 acres across Jug Street from their existing nursery. The land hadn’t been farmed for two decades. We saw an opportunity. What exactly that opportunity was had yet to unfurl, but it was definitely horticulture with our background.
Red Twig Farms took time to get up and running. Peonies take 3 to 5 years to mature before you can harvest. We now produce multiple varieties of peonies, dogwood & willow branches.
We want our product to be consistent so our local customers continue to do purchase from us with confidence.
Josh: Partner. Josh is running around the farm, prepping, harvesting, maintenance, quality control, supervising and orders.
Karl: Partner, Karl is usually the 1st one to greet you with a big smile and provide you with the "Farmers Dozen" in peonies. He helps supervise workers, harvesting and all the accounting services.
Lindsey: Wife of Josh. She is behind our social media and brand communications. Any post you see is hers trying to keep you excited about our products!
Terri: Wife of Karl. She is behind the scenes, creating gorgeous bouquets, designing holiday containers and keeping us straight on all the proper plant terminology.
Nick & Allison: They are busy operating the family's landscaping business McCullough's Landscape and creating amazing designs for clients. Check out Nick's blog at www.ThinkingOutsideTheBoxwood.com it's a must read!