Who are we...
We are a microflower farm on a five acre agricultural holding in Meyerton growing seasonal and cottage style flowers that invoke romance
and playfulness, grace and charm. We grow our flowers in the most sustainable manner placing little reliance on chemical pest control.
We offer our flowers through recreational agri-tourism (Pick your own flowers), mixed flower buckets for DIY enthusiasts, straight bunches to florists and event planners,
at weekend markets and to artisinal grocery stores.
This farm is a personal journey to finding healing and to one day work this land with young adults with special needs and developmental delays.
As we grow and evolve, we hope to remain true to our values.
What we grow
We are growing a lovely selection of seasonal cut flowers as we learn and discover what works for our environment and our customers. You will find some wierd, wonderful and cool flowers in our patch for all your floral adventures.
Meet the farmer
This flower farming journey is personal to me, a journey for myself and my son with cognitive impairments and learning disabilities. A quest to find healing, to find myself and hopefully bring joy to those around me.
I am Nzwi Dyirakumunda, a wife, a mum, a lawyer and a flower farmer in the making. In 2018, it was artichokes I was going to grow, until I came across Floret Flower Farm in December 2019, it caught my attention and I book marked it. The lockdown in 2020 gave me time to research and solidify that it indeed was flowers I would grow. Getting here has not been easy, there is still lots to learn, but I am here now. Perhaps this progression was natural, my grandparents are subsistence farmers in rural Zimbabwe and my mummy exchanged her white nurse uniform for gumboots and drip tape and is a small scale vegetable farmer in Kwekwe, Zimbabwe.
Follow along as I find myself, grow beautiful flowers and hopefully one day work this land with young adults with cognitive impairments and developmental delays, so that they too may hopefully find purpose and fulfilment.
Pick your own flowers
Come along on advertised Saturday mornings in spring and summer to walk between rows of a beautiful splash of colour and scent and pick your own flowers and herbs. We will provide you with a bucket and a pair of flower clippers and let you explore our patch and the varieties that we grow.
Where to find us
136 Christine Road, Homelands AH, Meyerton