Growing and delivering gorgeous flowers since 2005
We grow gorgeous, diverse flowers and foliage in Saunderstown RI, just minutes from Newport and Providence. We grow using natural fertilizers and practices, and deliver them as finished arrangements and individual bunches to weddings and events, and three farmers' markets.
We use natural fertilizers and practices while focusing on plant and soil health. The stronger the plants, the longer our plants' blooms last. Strong soils remain productive year after year. We nurture our land by covering our soils with nurse crops in the fallow seasons, protecting against erosion and nutrient loss.
Flowers sold at our farmers' markets come right from our farm, only a 30-minute drive away. Our designs use natural plants and biodegradable materials for floral arrangements.
For our products and services, we use our own flowers as much as possible. If needed, we augment American-grown products first and then ecologically-grown flowers.
We compost our stems, stripped leaves, and event materials to replenish our soils' organic matter. Our recycling keeps tons of waste out of landfills each year.
Robin Hollow Farm
Sprawling across four picturesque acres in Saunderstown RI, Robin Hollow Farm is the hub of the business. Located minutes from Newport and Providence we grow all the gorgeous and diverse flowers and foliage needed for all of our floral pursuits.
Robin Hollow Flowers
Located in Providence’s Valley neighborhood, Robin Hollow Flowers sits in the newly constructed Farm Fresh building which is home to a year-round farmers market, several food and farm-related small businesses, and a half-acre of publicly accessible greenspace featuring beautiful sustainable, native plantings.
Robin Hollow Design
Robin Hollow creates elegant, artistic and tasteful designs and décor for home delivery, weddings, and events of any size.
Although the farm is not open for drop-in visits, we do offer design & plant care classes several times a year. Subscribe to our newsletter to hear about these opportunities to learn at Robin Hollow Farm.
Both Mike and Polly regularly lecture at conferences for both ASCFG (Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers) and other farm or horticultural organizations (Blithewold, MOFGA, NOFA, New England Vegetable and Berry Growers, Flowering in the North, Garden clubs) on sustainable flower production, labor issues, marketing, and floral design.