Hey Flower Lover!
I'm Christy Muck
I am a small-town flower farmer, floral designer, mother of 3 who thrives on laughter, good conversation, supporting other women, beautiful flowers and worm filled dirt.
My love for flowers and design wasn't something I thought I would ever desire: Being a very young stay at home mother with 3 little kiddos under the age of 3, led to some very long, yet wonderful days that had this woman longing to create anything that wasn't made with play-doh!
Everyday, that it wasn't below 50 degrees in WNY, I would take my 3 babes ( Iris, Troy and Finn) outside and as they played I would plant, trim and teach myself how to successful grow whatever I could. My love for roses grew the strongest and the longing to have a large area of land so that someday, I would have my own little English inspired rose garden, filled with 150 lush organic inspired roses. This love grew my want to create art with flowers in my little yard as well as with my hands. I started to study floral design in 2015 and fell in love with the textures, colors and the true art that is floral design. This love lead me to Butley Priory in England to study with the fabulous Katie Davis of Ponderosa & Thyme and broaden my design skills as well as leaving me inspired.
So, in 2016 we made the decision to move back to our home town of Forestville, NY where the flower farm and our heart grew! My dreams of having a small local flower market, onsite workshops and creating for all my beautiful clients in our small, but mighty community - continues to fill my heart with so much joy!
our small but gracious farm
Wild Blossom Hollow is located in Forestville, NY where the only sight from the top of the flower hill is the endless rolling hills of Arkwright. We are organically inspired and family owned. Besides a field full of flowers we provide a home to a dozen free range chickens, several dogs & cats and will soon be proud sheep farmers as well.
We love our little farm and hope you do too.
Every flower you see is naturally grown from seed, bulb, bare root or plant. There are absolutely no chemicals used in the growing process and my lady hens are my bug catchers. In addition, everything is purchased from local farmers and small businesses, as I believe in supporting our community and other small business owners. I take great pride in growing and designing everything at Wild Blossom Hollow, while designing arrangements that not only bring out the beauty mother nature provides, but each individual that walks through my flower fields.