Welcome Kim Michel from Blue Cloud Farm!
We will open our restored post and beam barn in Pemaquid for the holidays on Small Business Saturday, November 28, with COVID-19 considerate appointments beginning at 10am and an outdoor wreath pick-up from 12pm–2pm. Esteemed flower farmer and florist Kim Michel, of Blue Cloud Farm, also located on the Bristol peninsula, will offer handmade wreaths that showcase the stunning natural beauty of wintertime in Maine.
Wreaths, available in sizes 22” and 28” (outside diameter) and in three distinct color palettes, are adorned with two lengths of ribbons in festive coordinating colors. Wreaths start at $36 and can be pre-ordered through November 25 for pick up on November 28.
Incorporating the freshest greenery and botanical accents from nearby forests and Blue Cloud Farm's fields, wreath accent colors are inspired by traditional holiday tones of red, gold, and silver, as reflected by the natural world. Lush and diverse evergreens pair with either vibrant red berries like holly and winterberry, gold tones of shapely dried milkweed pods, and silver lacy foliage of dried dusty miller.
We have a wreath window: Outdoor pick-up is Small Business Saturday, November 28th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm. Masks and physical distancing are required for this outdoor pick-up event.
Please note: Custom requests are welcomed and can be made in three days and picked-up during appointments in the barn.
Blue Cloud Farm is a small-scale flower farm and floral design studio based on the Bristol peninsula, founded in 2012 by Kim Michel. Kim is passionate about supporting robust pollinator populations in the flower field, responsibly foraging for special design elements, and getting to reflect the beauty of unique seasonal moments in her floral creations.