Hori Hori Flowers is an urban cutting garden in Southwest Seattle growing fragrant flowers, lush foliage, and textural elements that reflect our abundant PNW seasons.
Owner Agnes P. Cwalina hand selects each seed and bulb planted in her 1/8 acre garden. As soon as flowering branches and narcissus begin blooming, buckets of flowers make their way to local shops and design studios. Tulips, dahlias, and mums are the main crops at Hori Hori Flowers. While lesser known seedpods, cerinthe, and love in a puff vine add whimsy and intrigue.
The design studio offers hand-tied bouquets, vased arrangements, and wreaths that celebrate the botanical diversity of our region. Through hands on workshops and U-Pick flower sessions Agnes shares the beauty of her garden.
If you are a designer, gardener, or just want to geek out about local flowers, get in touch!