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White Hall
Flower Farm

The historic Geddy Farm located in Toano, Virginia has been in our family for more than 200 years and six generations. In 1805 William Geddy Sr. along with his son, William, built the structure that is now known as White Hall Tavern on an approximately 326-acre farm, The father and son maintained a thriving gunsmith and brass foundry in Williamsburg. They were also farmers and enjoyed life outside of the hustle and bustle of the city. It served as a local tavern and resting spot in colonial times. The farm's location on the route between Williamsburg and Richmond made it a convenient stop for travelers.  Today the farm is 42 acres with the historic farm house and two smaller buildings. 

This spring and summer as flowers become available we will be posting floral workshop availability and pop up events. Be sure to follow us on Instagram @whitehallflowerfarm and  sign up for our newsletter to get the latest! We are a very small, family run operation, with unique and custom floral offerings. For this reason we are not open to the public at this time. Our carefully curated events are personalized, intimate, and planned with great detail.  Private sessions are available on a limited basis!  

We are a boutique flower farm located in Toano, VA. We grow specialty cut flowers using sustainable, natural practices. We are in our third season and are hard at work. Our farm is a labor of love as we chip away at the countless tasks of restoring the small out buildings and the exterior of the historic farmhouse.  We sell bouquet subscriptions, host floral design workshops, and have  pop-up sales when flowers are available. At this time, we are not open to the public.

At White Hall Flower Farm, natural flower farming and having a positive impact on the environment is important to us. We want to maintain the natural beauty of the fields and surrounding land on the farm. We are committed to establishing and practicing sustainable and responsible flower farming methods. 

We grow our flowers in a 1/4 acre garden using micro farming methods - high intensity, small plot flower production without greenhouses. 

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