Pharsalia’s fresh cut flower farm capitalizes on the seasonal abundance of blooms available in Virginia. With a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, grower Foxie Morgan cultivates native and specialty blooms for Purchase.

Flowers are available for sale by the bucket, or in various floral design packages. Please contact Foxie Morgan at to start your order today.

Because we are a natural and locally oriented flower farm, the availability of our blooms varies seasonally. Below you will find a brief sampling of some of the blooms that are available from Pharsalia.

Pharsalia Flower Farm - description of availability by season

Please note that assorted seasonal greenery is always available. Contact us for more information, and specific availability and pricing. 

Early Spring (March-April)

Early spring at flowers at Pharsalia have a woodland flower feel. Some specialty blooms include Daffodils, Tulips, Tree Peonies, Viburnums, Lilacs, and Hellebores. Colors are typically soft, and include purples, pinks, blues, and whites.

Spring (May/June)

Spring at Pharsalia is a time of abundant Peonies! We have thousands available ranging in color from deep reds to coral to white. Soft woodland perennial blooms are still available, as well as bright pops of color. Some of our spring favorites are; Solomons Seal, Deutzia, Snapdragons, Mock Orange, Baptisia, and Fragrant Garden Roses.

Summer (June-September)

Summer flowers are all about color with Zinnias, Celosia, Sunflowers, and Snapdragons blooming profusely. Hydrangeas are available in many varieties and colors, as well as Lilies.

Fall (September-October)

Summer flowers continue blooming into the fall at Pharsalia. Fragrant white Tuberose and Dahlias in every color come into bloom. Garden Roses have their second flush. Seasonal harvest items such as ornamental Apples and Gourds make a show, and many dried flowers are available as the frost hits our flower fields.

Early Winter (October- January)

Seasonal greens and berries are abundant, as well as a good assortment of dried flowers from the summer season. Berries include Red and Orange Winterberry, Nandina Berries, various Hollies, and Bittersweet. Greens include many varieties of Pine, Boxwood, and Magnolia.

Late Winter (January- March)

The New Year brings new growth, and many budding and flowering branches that are great for floral arrangements. Quince, Daphne, and Flowering Apricots are good for forcing blooms. Assorted Pussy Willow, Spirea, and Hellebores are also available.