As we enter our sixth growing season, we want to take a moment and reflect on the reason that we do this work. Last year was one of tremendous growth for our farm, as well as a year filled with great challenges. We dealt with devastating heat waves, wildfires, drought, high winds and an early frost, not to mention pandemic-related shipping issues. But through it all, the beauty of our roses, and the strength of our team, helped us maintain our hope. Our love of flowers, and our belief in their ability to spread joy, is at the very core of what we do here at Grace Rose Farm. But our mission statement is bigger than that, and we want to share it with you today. We are so excited about this season, and all the tremendous opportunities it brings: a new farm, a better climate for roses, carefully selected new heirloom varieties, new team members joining us, and big projects in the works. This is going to be an amazing year of growth and we are so honored to have you join us for the journey.
Grace Rose Farm Mission Statement
As the preeminent supplier of cut roses in the United States, Grace Rose Farm is committed to ethically growing and harvesting over sixty varieties of heirloom garden roses. Gracie and Ryan Poulson, as owners and current stewards of the land, have spent years nurturing their soil and rose plants with organic and sustainable methods. The resulting blooms are revolutionizing the expectations for domestic cut roses. With innovative shipping materials and a commitment to customer service, roses are delivered to satisfied customers throughout the country. Gracie and Ryan, along with their team, deeply believe in the power of flowers to spread joy and bring people together.
Grace Rose Farm is committed to sharing resources and providing education to rose gardeners through their blog, social media channels and written material.
Grace Rose Farm supports and advocates for the rights of farmworkers, through their own fair labor practices and ongoing support of the Farm Bureau of Ventura County, Farmworker Justice and the California Farmworker Foundation.