Meet the flower farmers at Sea Change Farm

Sea Change Farm has an amazing team of flower farmers this year. Please say hello to the wonderful folks who work hard tending fields and bring beautiful blooms to life.

Emily
“Hey there, my name is Emily. I spent years gardening and farming before I got to Sea Change, and honestly, at first, I thought flowers were not my jam! Working with Sam at Sea Change drastically shifted how I admire and view the world of flowers. I started working with Sam right before the pandemic, and as the world shut down, the flowers blossomed. Flowers were a gateway for me into small yet profound acts of beauty and pleasure, and joy. They brought delight and unique wonder into my life. I felt excitement and awe showing up to the farm every day, and since then, I still get so much joy from experiencing each new bloom as the seasons shift.”

What’s currently your favorite flower?
“My current favorite flower is Nigella. I love how weird and wild and mystical it is.”

Censi
“Hey, my name is Censi, and I started working at Sea Change after reconnecting with Sam serendipitously a couple of years ago. I was hit by the love-of-flowers bug a few years ago when I developed a large house plant collection that outgrew my tiny house. I was forced to move outside if I wanted to allow my plant obsession to continue. I adore being amongst plants and feeling their life and vibrancy around me, and when they explode into colorful flowers, it is like the icing on the cake!”

What’s currently your favorite flower?
“My favorite flower currently blooming is probably the Daucus carota… we’re growing such a moody mix, and I adore the feeling of a Victorian picnic in the evening by candlelight vibes it gives!”

Maggie
“Hi, my name is Maggie! You may recognize me from the farmer’s market. It’s my first season with Sea Change, and I love learning about and playing with the flowers. Bringing the flowers to the market and seeing others fall in love with them too makes the experience even more fulfilling!”

What’s currently your favorite flower?
“Right now, my favorite flowers are the rudbeckia and the nigella!”

Samantha
“I started Sea Change in 2018 after getting thoroughly tired of working in an office as a software developer. It was a big change and an interesting first season or two, but I’m so thrilled with the way the farm and I have grown over the past four seasons. I love flowers because they are ephemeral! It’s a little weird and a little morbid, but the way that flowers burst into life and color and then softly fade is a reminder to me every day to live in the present and appreciate the now.”

What’s currently your favorite flower?
“I love all our flowers, but especially textural and/or brown flowers, so my current favorite coming out of the fields is the rudbeckia Sahara, with dancing silene as a close second!”

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