Owner Christina Stembel grew up on a Northern Indiana farm, and though her family harvested corn and soybeans, not flowers, it sparked an early appreciation for local agriculture. With Farmgirl Flowers, Stembel limits waste and environmental impact with a novel business model: creating just one arrangement every day. She buys a dozen fresh varieties of locally grown flowers and foliage each morning—she never imports internationally—and incorporates the blooms into one standout bouquet-of-the-day. The arrangements are wrapped in repurposed burlap coffee bags from SF roasters and delivered by bicycle or scooter.
|Venue name:||Farmgirl Flowers||Contact:|
640 Brannan St
|Cross street:||at 6th St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 8am–5pm, by appointment|
|Transport:||Bus 10, 19, 27, 30, 45, 47|
|Price:||Bouquets $35–$100, delivery $10–$16|