fiori   di   fenice….

                                          …..phoenix  flowers!

Fiori Di Fenice...phoenix flowers, is a small farm located just a few miles outside Windsor, in Broome County, New York. Who would think that a small, unassuming piece of property could open up my heart to all things creative, things that lay hidden for so many years.


I've spent the first 50 years of my life living in a small city in upstate New York, 45 of those on the very same street. It served its purpose in its day, but that day is passed. Just as the Phoenix rise from its ashes, so shall I! Three years ago, when I had finally decided to make a change, I went in search of paradise and found it. Mine is a story of birds, the phoenix included. When I saw the birds perched on each and every branch, I knew I was finally home. Here, I thought, is a place to create, not just flowers, but the many things that fill the soul.


The next three years were spent building a greenhouse. I scraped together every penny left over from my "regular job," every nickel I could borrow from family and friends, to build a floral paradise. It does go to show that if you're willing to work at it, and work really hard, dreams really do come true.      


It is with great pride that I can now offer you some of the finest cut flowers available. Please take a moment to browse through my floral collections to see what I have in my greenhouse gardens. The complex colors and diversity of form are astounding, reminiscent of an Alphonse Mucha painting. Look carefully, for each flower has been grown for its unique characteristics, whether it be its subtly speckled petals, vibrant color or its enormous flower, each are truly a wonder of nature.


 I am a very small grower and I have chosen to grow a few of many flower varieties rather than many of a few.  For this reason, I am certain that you will find just the flower you desire and the quality you expect from my offerings. 


Look for me in Union Square Greenmarket on Saturday. Looking forward to meeting you! Best regards, Sharon