Our Story

Our small flower farm is located in Hoodsport, Washington.   We offer seasonal bouquets and wedding/event flowers in all shapes and sizes as well as a limited selection of seasonal garden plants.  Our plants and flowers are grown naturally using sustainable practices and we embrace the seasons to inspire beauty and bring joy, one flower at time.  

Regina has spent most of her life living in the Puget Sound region. She obtained her Bachelors of Science in Plant Science from the University of Idaho and worked on her Masters of Agriculture in Sustainable & Urban Agriculture at Washington State University. Regina was employed in a variety of green industry positions from commercial greenhouses to residential landscaping, but found her niche teaching high school horticulture for 18 years. Along her varied path of experiences includes 10 years as an adjunct professor and as a landscape designer.

Pint Size Posies was born out of a request by one of Regina’s former students asking for assistance finding a florist for her wedding. Our collaboration to grow the flowers for this wedding sparked the idea of a small, future business as a farmer-florist. The summer following that wedding, a new love was discovered while touring the Sequim Lavenderfest and the dream began to take shape with a supportive partner. Our small parcel of land was purchased in January 2020 and the micro farm began to take shape and has provided much solace during the pandemic. Regina “retired” early from teaching in June 2020.

Our farm name has multiple meanings. Firstly it is a micro-farm, only 4000 square feet of intensely planted, no-till beds. Second is the form most of our flowers are made into: a simple posy. Next is how we use a variety of recycled glass, mostly in the form of pint-sized mason jars that our flowers are sold in. Lastly, inspired by one of Regina’s all time favorite childhood books/TV shows: Little House on the Prairie. We liken our place as the “little farm in the big woods”, with the beautiful Olympic Mountains nearby.