In 2010, Owner and head designer, Kristin Burrello and her writer/gentleman farmer husband, Jotham, relocated from the concrete jungle of Chicago to the bucolic hills of northeast Connecticut to follow the dream of starting a flower farm. With two young boys (soon there would be three!) in tow, an overgrown horse pasture, and an old ramshackle barn tucked on a dirt road, Muddy Feet Flower Farm was born.


The flowers grown at Muddy Feet supply Kristin's event work and beloved Westport farmers market, as well as the Connecticut Flower Collective, a wholesale cooperative of Connecticut grown flowers. As a 'boutique' flower farm, we grow small quantities of many, many different flowers from April until November.

Our flowers are grown using only sustainable farming methods. We are constantly learning how to be better stewards of our little patch of land.

To learn more about The Farm, visit us at Muddy Feet Flower Farm.