Closed for the season

Thicket is closed for the season. Be the first to hear when my spring blooms are in!

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On my small urban farm in downtown Monterey, I grow specialty cut flowers that you won’t find at a traditional florist or grocery store, always following sustainable, regenerative farming methods.

I weave these gorgeous, locally grown flowers into nature-inspired bouquets, arrangements, and wedding florals.

Each of my designs is a unique snapshot of season and place, with a touch of whimsy.

I love to design flowers for small events and weddings on the Monterey Peninsula.

In everything I do, I aim to leave my little patch of earth better than I found it while bringing joy and beauty to my community.


A wonderful growing season has come to a close! I can hardly believe it, but as of today, all my beds are either resting or planted with spring flowers.

It’s time for a winter’s rest.

While I won’t be making arrangements until the daffodils and tulips begin to bloom in February or March, there’s always plenty to do! For the next few months, I’ll be planting and tending bulbs, seed starting indoors under lights, and nurturing tiny seedlings as they overwinter in the beds.

Winter is also when I prepare for spring weddings, catch up on mending and process all the things I’ve stashed away during the busy season (seeds, dried flowers, dye projects, and so on).

If you’d like to hear when my blooms are available in the spring, leave your email below and I’ll make sure you’re the first to know.

– Lisa, Farmer Florist at Thicket

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Hand-Tied Bouquet

The very best blooms of the season, all wrapped up and ready to make someone’s day (maybe yours!).

Vase Arrangement

An eye-catching piece featuring big, beautiful blooms and unique touches, all hand-picked for you.

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Looking for something different? I’d love to create something special just for you.

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