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Flower Farm and Florist - Chicago, IL


Joynt and Kobelt are florists — by way of a garden. Their days are dictated by irrigation and planting plans, bloom times and germination schedules. On any spring or summer morning, you’ll likely find the two of them in boots and work gloves, happily cultivating varieties they’ve carefully selected during a long winter’s worth of research. But unlike most gardeners, blooms are just a starting point for the ladies of Field & Florist. Those creamy peonies and cup-shaped hellebores are the raw materials for a summer’s worth of bouquets that seem, with each delicate, wayward tendril, to channel the garden they came from.
— Cindy Dampier of the Chicago Tribune

Growing flowers is at the heart of Field & Florist. Surrounded by woods, vineyards, and blueberry fields, the company's farm is located in Southwest Michigan's beautiful Harbor Country. Great care is taken to nurture the farm's ecosystem with a focus on sustainable practices that produce exquisite blooms of the highest quality for F&F clients. The farm also sells to many other florists in the Chicagoland area. 

With sufficient notice, Field & Florist is able to grow specific flowers for events, offering clients a deepened connection with their arrangements.

The farm is not open to the public at this time.

NOW HIRING: June Maintenance and Part-Time Harvest Help

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Field & Florist offers full-service floral arrangement and styling for weddings and special events in addition to weekly corporate/home accounts and special deliveries. Design work is undertaken with the intention to utilize varieties at peak seasonal bloom. Flowers from the Field & Florist farm and nearby region are used in arrangement work whenever possible. Field & Florist is listed among Martha Stewart Weddings' top floral designers in the nation. To inquire about availability please fill out the event inquiry form here

Located at 1908 W Division Street in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood, Field & Florist's retail shop is open from thaw to frost each season. In addition to a rotating offering of flowers from the farm, the shop carries an edited selection of gifts, home goods and art objects.

The shop will reopen on Wednesday April 11, 2018 at 11am. 

NOW HIRING: Part-Time Retail Assistant and Freelance Designer