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Ella Rose Farm

Ella Rose Farm A family run garden rose farm, selling cut stems of field grown roses to floral designers around the country. Owned and operated by designer Nancy Teasley of @oakandtheowl, along with her parents, in Fallbrook, CA.

Ella Rose Farm grows beautiful garden roses in the serene setting of Fallbrook, CA in gardens swept by ocean breezes and carefully maintained, watered and manicured.

Operating as usual

Juana and I have been committed to staying on top of spraying, keeping the damn earwigs away 🤬, and fertilizing weekly t...
04/21/2022

Juana and I have been committed to staying on top of spraying, keeping the damn earwigs away 🤬, and fertilizing weekly to try and have our best spring bloom yet. Every year spring is such a battle. Between fungal issues and all the frigging bugs, it can be a nightmare. Fingers crossed, knocking on wood, doing a dance, whatever it takes, but it’s been working so far. The stems aren’t as long as they will be in a couple of months, but the normal problems we usually see are being kept at bay and the blooms have been 😍.

Beautiful photo of our White Majesty and Classic Woman by @lilyrodenfloralstudio.
04/20/2022

Beautiful photo of our White Majesty and Classic Woman by @lilyrodenfloralstudio.

The roses are back and so am I! After a much needed break we’re ready to face another crazy season. Hope you all have be...
04/12/2022

The roses are back and so am I! After a much needed break we’re ready to face another crazy season. Hope you all have been well. ❤️

After what feels like months of no production, I finally feel like posting a little something. We’ve had the coldest, da...
11/11/2021

After what feels like months of no production, I finally feel like posting a little something.

We’ve had the coldest, darkest, wettest late summer and early fall that I can ever remember, and what is normally our highest yield, and best time of the season to make money, was a constant struggle bus.

The field looks like it’s going to explode next week. Just in time for weddings to almost be over.

Of course. 🤦‍♀️😂😩

Farming never fails in keeping me humble.

Julia is certainly showing off this week. 😍 I haven’t posted in forever because the season hit full force and I’m just g...
07/06/2021

Julia is certainly showing off this week. 😍 I haven’t posted in forever because the season hit full force and I’m just getting the work done and forgetting all about social media. As always…🤦‍♀️ But, we’re doing well over here, super busy and loving every minute.

After a year of being in the ground our Honey Dijon are producing decent numbers of beautiful huge headed blooms. They’r...
05/28/2021

After a year of being in the ground our Honey Dijon are producing decent numbers of beautiful huge headed blooms. They’re so incredible that I could have an entire field of just these guys.

Another of my favorites, English Sachet, is starting to flush and looks so beautiful. She is the perfect event rose, las...
05/25/2021

Another of my favorites, English Sachet, is starting to flush and looks so beautiful. She is the perfect event rose, lasting for so long in all conditions.

Our season has officially started and we have an update we’d like to share. Because of my wedding season with @oakandthe...
04/22/2021

Our season has officially started and we have an update we’d like to share.

Because of my wedding season with @oakandtheowl, and being in CA where we weren’t allowed to have events last year, this year is packed with 2020 and 2021 clients. I needed to find a way to manage the farm, and my events, and something had to give. Unfortunately that something is shipping. It is my biggest stressor and I don’t want to be in production in my studio and have to run to the farm to ship boxes out. So for the 2021 season, we will not be doing any shipping.

I will also send out a newsletter to follow up on this, but I wanted to let you know ASAP before you started getting your orders in.

I’m sorry for the inconvenience of this, but I’m sure you understand as we’re all in the same boat in regards to event production.

I have a feeling this year will be a wild ride for us all - which is fantastic - and I can’t wait to see all of your beautiful events! ❤️

All right... I think the time is here! We should be seeing roses by the middle of next week. Distant Drums, Hot Cocoa, J...
04/07/2021

All right... I think the time is here! We should be seeing roses by the middle of next week. Distant Drums, Hot Cocoa, Julia, the Prince, the Impressionist, White Majesty, some Koko Loko and Honey Dijon, should all be available in small to medium sized quantities. If you’d like roses, please get your orders in as we’re first come, first served, and we sell out fast. I’m so excited to see our beauties and get them to you!

Roses are coming, roses are coming! But not quite yet... I’m thinking in 2-3 weeks we’ll be seeing our first flush and I...
04/02/2021

Roses are coming, roses are coming! But not quite yet... I’m thinking in 2-3 weeks we’ll be seeing our first flush and I cannot wait. If you need roses for your end of April and early May weddings, let us know so we can get you on the calendar!

Our amazing Juana pruned the field in what seemed like the blink of an eye. She continues to blow me away, year after ye...
02/10/2021

Our amazing Juana pruned the field in what seemed like the blink of an eye. She continues to blow me away, year after year, with the love and attention she gives the roses and field, and we are so lucky to have her.

We finished last week and should have roses again by the end of April. Until then, we’ll be propagating new plants, coming up with new ideas for the farm, and taking a little break. Before we know it we’ll be swimming in roses and I can’t wait.

We’re finishing up the last few orders before we start pruning next week. The most daunting time of the growing season, ...
01/11/2021

We’re finishing up the last few orders before we start pruning next week. The most daunting time of the growing season, but also one of the most satisfying. I’m so grateful for our team that gets it done quickly and beautifully. I’ll post the process so you can follow along.

The weather has been so dark and cloudy that our roses have been on strike. But Penny Lane doesn’t seem to be affected. ...
06/27/2019

The weather has been so dark and cloudy that our roses have been on strike. But Penny Lane doesn’t seem to be affected. She just keeps going. The sun is coming out next week (finally!), so hopefully the rest of the field follows suit.

We had our second wedding at the farm earlier this month and the photos have just come in! This time the ceremony was in...
06/25/2019

We had our second wedding at the farm earlier this month and the photos have just come in! This time the ceremony was in the field that had just exploded with it's first flush of the year, which was perfect timing for Jason and Tina. I can't wait to share more, but here's a little something from the ceremony where there wasn't a dry eye in the house.

Planning + Design + Florals: Oak & the Owl
Photography: Lane Dittoe
Video: Current Films
Rentals: Folklore Rentals
Cake: Hey there, Cupcake!
Lighting: Lights for nights
Catering: 127 West Social House
Music: Dream Brother
Dress: David's Bridal
Hairpiece: Lottie Da Designs

A single stem of our “The Impressionist” we cut for orders this week.
06/24/2019

A single stem of our “The Impressionist” we cut for orders this week.

These beauties have been flushing recently. They just keep looking better, season after season. We cut hundreds of stems...
06/20/2019

These beauties have been flushing recently. They just keep looking better, season after season. We cut hundreds of stems for local orders as well as shipped them all over the country the last two weeks. She (English Sachet) is definitely one of my favorites.

Monday morning market run for @poseypop!
09/09/2017

Monday morning market run for @poseypop!

Address

2156 Via Monserate
Fallbrook, CA
92028

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm

Telephone

(949) 400-9935

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Ella Rose Farm is a full service event venue on a working rose farm designed by Nancy Teasley of Oak & the Owl and co-owned with her parents. We are a family run business, selling cut garden roses around the country. We are opening our farm up for weddings and events in the spring of 2020, and we’re excited to show you all the possibilities that are available for your special day. *We are booking events before that, but our farm is in the process of modifications so we’ll be charging lower rates until next Spring.*

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Juana and I have been committed to staying on top of spraying, keeping the damn earwigs away 🤬, and fertilizing weekly to try and have our best spring bloom yet. Every year spring is such a battle. Between fungal issues and all the frigging bugs, it can be a nightmare. Fingers crossed, knocking on wood, doing a dance, whatever it takes, but it’s been working so far. The stems aren’t as long as they will be in a couple of months, but the normal problems we usually see are being kept at bay and the blooms have been 😍.
Beautiful photo of our White Majesty and Classic Woman by @lilyrodenfloralstudio.
The roses are back and so am I! After a much needed break we’re ready to face another crazy season. Hope you all have been well. ❤️
After what feels like months of no production, I finally feel like posting a little something. We’ve had the coldest, darkest, wettest late summer and early fall that I can ever remember, and what is normally our highest yield, and best time of the season to make money, was a constant struggle bus. The field looks like it’s going to explode next week. Just in time for weddings to almost be over. Of course. 🤦‍♀️😂😩 Farming never fails in keeping me humble.
Julia is certainly showing off this week. 😍 I haven’t posted in forever because the season hit full force and I’m just getting the work done and forgetting all about social media. As always…🤦‍♀️ But, we’re doing well over here, super busy and loving every minute.
After a year of being in the ground our Honey Dijon are producing decent numbers of beautiful huge headed blooms. They’re so incredible that I could have an entire field of just these guys.
Another of my favorites, English Sachet, is starting to flush and looks so beautiful. She is the perfect event rose, lasting for so long in all conditions.
Our season has officially started and we have an update we’d like to share. Because of my wedding season with @oakandtheowl, and being in CA where we weren’t allowed to have events last year, this year is packed with 2020 and 2021 clients. I needed to find a way to manage the farm, and my events, and something had to give. Unfortunately that something is shipping. It is my biggest stressor and I don’t want to be in production in my studio and have to run to the farm to ship boxes out. So for the 2021 season, we will not be doing any shipping. I will also send out a newsletter to follow up on this, but I wanted to let you know ASAP before you started getting your orders in. I’m sorry for the inconvenience of this, but I’m sure you understand as we’re all in the same boat in regards to event production. I have a feeling this year will be a wild ride for us all - which is fantastic - and I can’t wait to see all of your beautiful events! ❤️
All right... I think the time is here! We should be seeing roses by the middle of next week. Distant Drums, Hot Cocoa, Julia, the Prince, the Impressionist, White Majesty, some Koko Loko and Honey Dijon, should all be available in small to medium sized quantities. If you’d like roses, please get your orders in as we’re first come, first served, and we sell out fast. I’m so excited to see our beauties and get them to you!
Roses are coming, roses are coming! But not quite yet... I’m thinking in 2-3 weeks we’ll be seeing our first flush and I cannot wait. If you need roses for your end of April and early May weddings, let us know so we can get you on the calendar!
Our amazing Juana pruned the field in what seemed like the blink of an eye. She continues to blow me away, year after year, with the love and attention she gives the roses and field, and we are so lucky to have her. We finished last week and should have roses again by the end of April. Until then, we’ll be propagating new plants, coming up with new ideas for the farm, and taking a little break. Before we know it we’ll be swimming in roses and I can’t wait.
We’re finishing up the last few orders before we start pruning next week. The most daunting time of the growing season, but also one of the most satisfying. I’m so grateful for our team that gets it done quickly and beautifully. I’ll post the process so you can follow along.