Our flower production and distribution will be taking a break for the 2021 season while the farmer regains strength after an unexpected health crisis (not Covid related)

Please wish her healing thoughts and a speedy recovery. She deeply misses you and growing your flowers.


Painted Lady Flower Farm is small, sustainable, specialty cut flower farm located in Franklin, Massachusetts.

2020 will be our 8th year growing and selling our flowers!

Owner and Farmer-in-Chief: Amy Acevedo.

We are proud to offer amazing seasonal flowers, herbs, grains and greenery grown using earth-friendly and organic methods.

From the traditional to the unusual, heirlooms to hybrids, locally grown flowers simply cannot compare with those flown in from far away. They smell better, last longer, feed our local bees, and help build our local economy.

  • Our high quality, locally grown flowers are available wholesale to the Trade (florists & designers) and through select retail outlets. (Visit the Wholesale” page for more info)

  • We LOVE a good party. Tying the knot? Celebrating a life event? Are you looking for Event Flowers?  Go here.  We make beautiful wedding florals, and can supply fresh from the field flowers by the bucket in bulk for DIY weddings.


What’s in a Name?

Why “Painted Lady?” Choose your favorite answer:

~I dig butterflies and the Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui) is one of my faves (and a frequent visitor to the flower fields!)
~I studied art and have worked a fair share of canvases. Painted, past tense. Now I paint with flowers.
~I don’t do makeup. I own the same kit that painted me on my wedding day more than 25 years ago. So it’s a joke on me. And I don’t have tattoos. Yet. But if I did, they’d be killer.
~I really like the off-color, immodest tone. Flowers are sexy. ‘Nuff said.

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