Hermon farm growing rare floral grade flowers
HERMON — Inconspicuously nestled off County Rt 21, just 6 miles out of Canton, not far from the ever-advancing high voltage power line project, you will find the area’s first and only flower farm, Our Little Grewve (pronounced groove).
On two acres, Elizabeth Seeley and partner John Anson produce rare floral grade flowers that are unique in variety and in the methods used to produce them.The farm uses regenerative agriculture practices to help nourish the bee population and regenerate the land, said a press release from the couple.
Regenerative farming may sound somewhat familiar, as “No-Till,” but the application is a much more, full system approach that creates healthy soil for agriculture, the couple said.
“We are trying to mimic nature, considerations for the health of our ecosystem are part of every decision made on the farm,” said Anson. “These methods are proven to produce more robust plants and healthier soil.”
Anson believes that regenerative/organic will soon overshadow “sustainable” as the most socially responsible type of agricultural consumer purchase. “Consumers are beginning to realize the impact their purchases have on the environment.”
For more information on the farm, visit www.ourlittlegrewve.com .