Four generations reflect on Loudoun’s local flower renaissance

Rural Loudoun County may be known for its vineyards and breweries, but another industry is blossoming in the countryside: flower farms.

The entrepreneurs leading the growing sector aren’t just blending agriculture and artistry but also promoting a more sustainable business model in the once import-dominated business.

Holly Heider Chapple is a wedding and event floral designer with over 25 years of experience.

She grew up in Lovettsville with her parents, Albert and Sheila Heider. They maintained Heider Nursery (later sold to Meadows Farms Nursery) with 100 acres of bushes, shrubs, and Christmas trees used for landscaping.

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