About

We started farming in 2006 after moving to the 400 acre, multi-generational farming community of Wheatland, in Loudoun County, Virginia.

 

About Greenstone Fields

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Our farm is located 50 miles west of Washington, DC, in Loudoun County, Virginia.  We are one of 5 farms that make up Wheatland, a vibrant agriculture community on 400 acres. We grow over 100 varieties of cut flowers using methods that nurture the soil and encourage pollinators.  Our story is part of a growing movement to educate the public about fresh, local flowers.

About Barbara and Dennis

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Barbara and Dennis met in 1986 and share a passion for growing flowers, fruits, and vegetables.  Both have backgrounds in the biological sciences and many years of experience working at the Environmental Protection Agency. After moving to the Wheatland community, they got the farming bug from their neighbors and started growing flowers in 2006, with the help of a state-wide grant from Virginia State University.  Barbara and Dennis are members of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers (ASCFG) a collaborative network of flower farmers and designers.