A Place of Hope and Healing

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With the idea of welcoming aspiring floral students, renowned floral designer Holly Heider Chapple and husband Evan purchased Hope Flower Farm in Waterford, Virginia, in 2015. The 25-acre farm, including an 1820s main house and a large barn, became a bucolic teaching facility, as well as a place for Holly to continue growing flowers for weddings and other special events. Since that time, it has expanded to include multiple venues available for celebrations or retreats, as well as a winery, a gift shop, and even a cozy cottage that can accommodate up to six guests. However, the farm’s most important purpose is one of healing—something that evolved from Holly’s own experience with loss and grief.

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