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Wasatch Blooms

Wasatch Blooms is a Salt Lake Urban Flower farm growing specialty cut flowers for Salt Lake City and surrounding areas. When you hold our flowers, when you breathe them in deep, we want you to feel the immense love and connection that we do. We want the flowers we grow to convey the message of profound love for each other, the earth, and ourselves.
We grow sustainably to be a positive impact on our environment and our community. We blend permaculture ethics with market gardening to grow flowers that do more than decorate the table, but that also protect our pollinators and create a diverse ecosystem for us all to enjoy and benefit from.

Our flowers are here to bring out the best in our community, to bring out the best in ourselves, and to bring out love and compassion. Our flowers are here to bring beauty to our lives.

Can Be Found Here

  • CSA Floral Share
  • Contact Us for Wholesale

Reviews:

It’s clear Heather has a natural gift for communicating with the Earth and coaxing forth the most beautiful flowers from her soil. Such a gorgeous present of beauty and joy in every petal. Thanks, Wasatch Blooms, for making Utah slow down and smell the flowers. – Emily, Google Review

Unbelievable customer service and beautiful flowers! We just ordered a boquet for today and weekly delivery for the rest of the summer as a gift for my grandmother’s 99th birthday. Heather was super helpful and most kind with taking my order over the phone from out of town, she even directed me around her website to make payment and selection painless! She even sent me a text with a picture of today’s bouquet! I will support this business as often as possible now! – Kimberly, Facebook Review

Having fresh, gorgeous, local, fragrant blooms in our home every week has been a highlight of this summer. I can’t recommend Heather and her flowers enough to anyone! The subscription/CSA format has been perfect for us, and I love that we’re also investing in local, responsible, slow agriculture. – Jana, Facebook Review