From 2015-2018, Sidewalk Ends grew dozens of varieties of flowers on the little slope between our field and our wash station/storage area. The slope became affectionately known as Flower Hill.

Flower Hill lives on in it’s new form at Osamequin Farm, just around the corner from our former field on Jacob St in Seekonk. Flower Hill at Osamequin takes the shape of a two acre field, tucked away at the end of the farm road, sloping gently down to a shimmering pond where you might find farmers taking a dip on a sticky summer day. Sarah is farming that field and selling blooms and herbs through a weekly or biweekly flower subscription, at the Osamequin farm stand, at the Southcoast Open Air Market, and more! She’s also offering, as we did previously, DIY flower buckets for events and weddings, and a limited number of wedding design clients each season.

Flower Hill continues to be tended with deep wonder and care, raised organically and mindfully, and always evolving. In 2019 Sarah will be offering natural dyeing events using all materials from the field! She’ll also be pressing flowers and drying flowers for fall and winter offerings.

Follow along Sarah and Flower Hill’s new journey at, or on Instagram @osamequinfarm.