Lindell Flower Farm is located in New Hartford—at the top of a Hill in Connecticut’s scenic Northwest Corner.
Home to 7 acres of pristine property, Lindell Flower Farm is owned by husband & wife team, Scott & Debra Lindell. Once known as The Goodwin Place, then part of a large farm in the 1800s, the 5 acre parcel & main house were acquired in 2004, with the adjacent 2 acres including a small cottage added in 2008.
Scott & Debra have always successfully gardened on a large, nearly farm-size scale; The summer of 2015 they decided to take their shared passion to the next level & grow flowers professionally.
Using organic farming methods & safe, sustainable techniques, Lindell Flower Farm offers specialty cut flowers such as:
Ammi, Artemesia, Cosmos, Dahlia, Delphinium, Dusty Miller, Foxglove, Lavender, Lilac, Lily of the Valley, Mint, Peony, Poppy, Scabiosa, Sedum, Snapdragon, Sunflower, Yarrow, Zinnia & so much more!
The Lindells will celebrate their 25th anniversary May 2018 & live happily with their feline children Clark, Oliver, Odin & Thor.
Scott Lindell [ full bio coming soon ] is the muscle behind the operation……
Debra Lindell [ full bio coming soon ] is affectionately referred to as ‘corporate’……
Jenny Lindell [ full bio coming soon ], Scott’s sister, is our Farmer Florist Leader……
Mary Lou Rayno [ full bio coming soon ], Debra’s mother, is our resident Justice of the Peace & Community Outreach Leader……
Ava is 12 years old, Jenny’s daughter, Scott & Debra’s niece. Ava helps by fertilizing, picking Japanese Beetles off blooms one at a time & takes great pride in learning how to properly harvest. Last season she did such a great job flower arranging some of her original designs made it to the farm stand!
Abby is 9 years old, Jenny’s daughter, Scott & Debra’s niece. She loves being errand girl, to & from the house with supplies to the field. Abby keeps us all company while we work in the field acting as our resident comedian & always makes us laugh!
Lindell Flower Farm will be an example of a profitable, sustainable, successful farm business. We will run a lean farm, which will be bountiful & beautiful, something to be desired by our successors. We will strive to inspire future farmer florists. Our community will see us as responsible stewards of the land.
“If you look the right way, you can see that the whole world is a garden.”
― Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden