Hi there! Welcome to OneEighty Petals. We're John & Sara, and we are thrilled to offer Door County residents and visitors stunning, sustainably and locally grown flowers.
Our story started five years ago when we decided to ask "what if?" What if we said "so long" to life as we knew it and followed the detour to an old farmhouse and plot of land in beautiful Fish Creek, Wisconsin? What if we followed a dream to combine our love of art with our passion for sustainable living and creative expression.
After months of planning, attending classes, reading, planting, weeding —and countless prayers that our hard work would actually pay off — we opened OneEighty Petals for its very first (though short) season in 2017. Fueled by the success of our roadside stand bouquets and wholesale business, season two saw the addition of the cut-your-own flower field and boutique floral design services. Season three was a season of growth in many ways—and wrapped up just in time as we welcomed baby Jack! As we open the roadside stand and flower fields for another season, we are more excited than ever to continue to grow and provide our customers with the freshest locally and sustainably grown flowers in Door County!
From seed to stem, every single flower in a OneEighty Petals bouquet or arrangement is grown by yours truly. We produce over 50 different varieties of flowers for the Door County area—including over 75 different types of dahlias!
Because everything is field grown, we work closely with nature. Some years that means an early start to the season, others a bit later. But in general, you can expect to see the self-serve roadside stand and flower studio open in late June. Our menu of flowers changes with the season, so be sure to check our Facebook page or follow us on Instagram (@OneEightyPetals) to get the latest farm updates and flower availability.
We’re so grateful to be back for another season. We couldn't do it without the support and encouragement from you, our customers and community.
- John, Sara & Jack
Fish Creek, Wisconsin
Banner Photo Credit: Andrea Naylor Photograph