About Us

Mary Ellen Damm prepares a flower order for Schnucks Grocery storeTimberview Flower Farm is located on 20 rolling acres northwest of Evansville, IN.  Established in the early 1980’s, the farm has evolved into a year-round flower business.  Late winter through April, seeds are started and plans are made for the year.  Classes using dried flowers are held, arrangements and dried flower bouquets are made for the coming season and transplanting of seedlings follows.  The farm specializes in Zinnias, Cockscomb, Celosia, some Tuberoses and many other garden flowers.  Seasonal flower availability begins in mid-May and continues through October.

Flowers are available directly from the farm, at River City Coffee and Goods, at the Franklin Street Bazaar, and at area Schnucks grocery stores during season.

Timberview is your area source for fresh garden flowers for weddings, parties, home and other special events. We are a part of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers Organization and have over twenty years of experience in growing our flowers. We do all the work from seeding to delivery. Our professionally designed coolers assure the best environment for flowers as we pick them.  Within a few days (or the same day) they are in your home or event to enjoy! You may order our flowers in bulk to put together yourself or you may have us do your arrangements to your specification.  We do work with our area florists – both in providing fresh garden flowers to them and in obtaining from them varieties which do not grow well here but which are important to a customer’s design.

Timberview also offers dried flowers – the perfect answer to a more permanent arrangement from “Mother Nature”.  We personally dry hydrangea, cockscomb, celosia, gomphrena, yarrow, lavender and some grasses.  We work in conjunction with another flower farm to have additional dried flower varieties which do not grow well in our area. We also offer classes  March and October-November where you can make your own arrangement and take it home. During the summer months, we offer “garden tours” for small groups. Please see our Summer Tours page for more information about these.

Photos of the Farm