At Aspen Moon, we grow flowers for many reasons. They help us pollinate our crops, keep our fields diverse, and attract beneficial insects. They help us make biodynamic preparations and offer medicine.
And of course, they help us to be in the moment, to experience wonder and amazement and gratitude for nature, and give us great joy at being here on earth right now.
We are so grateful to share that joy with you!
BOUQUETS & BUNCHES
Visit the Aspen Moon farmers market booth for unique mixed bouquets and grower’s bunches at the Boulder County Farmers Markets. On Saturdays you'll find us in both Boulder and Longmont, and on Wednesdays we are set up in Boulder.
Stop at our Roadside Farm Stand in Hygiene for mixed bouquets, sunflowers and other grower’s bunches, and of course veggies and starter plants. We accept credit cards at the stand at at farmers markets.
WEDDINGS & EVENTS
Organic and local flowers are becoming more and more important to Boulder County floral clients. If you're a floral or creative professional, get in touch so we can help you meet that demand.
We offer grower’s choice bulk buckets and grower’s bunches of select varieties. Email us (email@example.com) or call Helen at (720) 569-6341 to learn more. See our regularly updated availability list below, and take a look at our flower gallery to see what you can expect all season.
MEET THE GROWER & DESIGNER
Helen Skiba is a passionate flower farmer and floral designer. As the owner of Farmette Flowers, she grew and designed for over 300 weddings in the past 5 years. Helen is a Colorado native, former English major, and returned Peace Corps Volunteer. She is a dedicated grower and tender of soil, and brings a background in soil science and poetry to her field work, as well as a passion for intricate color and texture in her designs.
Helen developed her design style as an intern at the Lyons Farmette, and at Floret, one of the nation’s leading farmer-florist operations. She holds a Masters of Agriculture from Colorado State University, where she completed her thesis in combination with her Peace Corps service in an indigenous community in the Ecuadorian Amazon.
Follow Helen and see more of her designs on Instagram.