fresh cut flowers



LOCAL FLORA is a seasonal cut flower farm and design studio located in Fulshear, TX. 

My mission is to provide fresh, unique, quality, locally grown flowers to the community I live in. Why buy flowers that fly half way around the world when you can get them from your neighbor? I also implement sustainable growing practices to ensure a thriving environment for native wildlife. My flower plot is very small (about a 1/4 acre) and the flowers are seasonal, so quantities are limited, however, I am always willing to help out a customer with a special project, event or wedding, so please feel free to contact me!

Currently I sell flowers at the Urban Harvest Farmers' Market in Houston (2752 Buffalo Speedway @ Westheimer in the St. John’s parking lot) on Saturdays, Come visit and pick up a bunch!

Photo courtesy of Soni.

Photo courtesy of Soni.

A little about me. My name is Soni Holladay and I have been a professional horticulturist since 2007. Since graduating from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture, I have worked in agriculture research at Baylor College of Medicine, as horticulturist and greenhouse manager at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Cockrell Butterfly Center and in retail and wholesale nurseries. I started farming cut flowers in 2016!

Phone: (832) 971-4252

EMAIL ME: sonimarie@gmail.com


Urban Harvest Farmers' Market 2752 Buffalo Speedway, Houston - SAT.  8am - noon

Weddings with local flora!

Yes, we do weddings! Personal wedding flowers are available with seasonal flowers and greenery. We like to keep it local, so we only buy in specialty flowers like roses, peonies and ranunculus if they are out of season. If you prefer to keep it completely local, we can do that too, just limited to what is in season. Check out the gallery above for inspiration! Email me at sonimarie@gmail.com for pricing and availability. Also, follow me on instagram for things up-to-date.

Photo courtesy of  Daphne Design

Photo courtesy of Daphne Design

April wedding

Flowers featured: Ranunculus, Garden Rose (Juliet), Locally grown: snapdragon, yarrow, queen ann's lace, dusty miller. 





Photo courtesy of  Daphne Designs

Photo courtesy of Daphne Designs