A wee flower farm nestled down in a Grove.
Gardener's Atelier means a gardener's workshop. It is a space sacred to any gardener or creative. It's a space where we roll up our sleeves, dirty our hands, and create beautiful things. Welcome to our workshop, Gardener's Atelier.
We are a small scale flower farm offering bespoke garden style bouquets and arrangements for everyday beauty and events. We believe flowers should be timeless and accessible to all. We currently have a booth at the South Cariboo Farmers Market each Friday in downtown 100 Mile House as well as in person pick up for event flowers and CSAs.
Our name, Gardener's Atelier means a gardener's workshop. Our gardens offer space for you to roll up your sleeves and learn how to create beautiful things. Our workshops change seasonally according to what is growing, or to celebrate the season's festivities. We are located just out of One Hundred Mile House in Forest Grove, but we often travel north to Quesnel and Prince George to host workshops at unique locations.
Within our own workshop is our wee shoppe where we aim for effortlessly beautiful pieces made easy. These pieces range from casual entertaining wares to garden wares. For the consummate host or the 'not sure how it all goes together' novice, we have beautifully designed pieces from local artisans and collections to shop. We believe our homes and tables are a place of gather, creating traditions, carrying out traditions, celebrating big moments or enjoying simple moments. Add to your tables with curated meaning and simple luxuries.
Our farm flowers are grown with no pesticides or harsh chemicals so you can feel good about burying your nose in to smell their sweet aroma.
Aside from the ribbon, which can be reused for gifts, table settings or hair ties, our packaging is completely compostable, including the little bag of water provided at the Farmers Market.
Most of our flowers are grown here on our farm, keeping our air miles low for our carbon foot print. We bring in some flowers for events, weddings and during the non-growing months, but we try to remain as local as possible from neighbouring towns to province wide.