Photo by Elizabeth Cecil

Photo by Elizabeth Cecil

Emily Coulter, Owner

Emily was born and raised on Martha's Vineyard. After exploring many different creative avenues, she found her true passion working with flowers. Emily pours her heart into every arrangement she makes and strives to create a festive, welcoming shop for the Island community to enjoy. When she's not playing with flowers, Emily spends her time giggling with her two little girls Madeleine and Eloise and her sweet husband Ben. 

If you were a flower, which would you be and why? 
I would be a sweet pea! Everything you could ever want in flower, that heavenly scent, those fun ruffles, and all the perfect hues. 

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Elizabeth Patterson, Head Floral Designer and Manager

Elizabeth was raised in upstate New York but loves living the flower life on Martha's Vineyard. She enjoys crafting in her kitchen, dancing around to her records, and taking pictures with her film cameras. Elizabeth is constantly pursuing the art of feeling in color.

If you were a flower, which would you be and why? 
I would be a hellebore. They are pure magic, dramatic, and dreamy. The only flower through and through that has consistently captured my heart. 

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Rebecca Swartwood, Floral Designer

Rebecca is an artist, herbalist and floral designer native to Martha's Vineyard. Before discovering her love of flowers, she spent years gardening and studying herbs, trees, flowers and weeds. When she's not arranging flowers, Rebecca can be found making messes in her kitchen.

If you were a flower, which would you be and why? 
I would be a Darcy garden rose! It's the anglophile in me... It's a deep pink color, and absolutely looks like it belongs in a wild English garden.

Caitlin Bingham, Floral Designer

Caitlin is a painter and floral designer from Vermont. She can be found with her two dogs on the walking trails of the island, and raising piglets and farming with the love of her life.

If you were a flower, which would you be and why?
I would be a poppy! My mom grew them in her garden when I was young and they have always been my favorite. I love how vibrant and playful they are.