The Twin Cities Flower Exchange is a wholesale market for local, sustainable cut flowers and flora. Connecting Midwest flower farmers to the local floral industry sustains small farms, increases consumer demand, and creates a strong local flower economy. As one of the first local, chemical-free wholesale markets in the U.S., we are paving the way for change and playing a role in a nation-wide floral revolution.  

What’s in Season


Every Wednesday; June to October
7 am to 1 pm


The Good Acre
1790 Larpenteur Avenue W. Falcon Heights, MN 53423

The Exchange is open only to wholesale buyers who hold a buyer’s pass. Please apply if you have interest in becoming a registered buyer.

Buyer's Pass

Yearly Fee $65


I am a slow flowers advocate, striving to form a strong community of sustainable flower farmers, small business owners, and folks who care about supporting these mindful endeavors. By providing a local, sustainable option to traditional cut flowers, putting a premium on collaboration, and reaching out to the community, I hope to foster change.
— Christine Hoffman, founder of Twin Cities Flower Exchange


The Good Acre

The Good Acre is a non-profit food hub that aims to use its facility as a central point for both dialogue and distribution. They seek to advance education about our food system, and aid access to locally-grown produce. Their mission is simple: To enhance how food is grown and shared in the Twin Cities.

Getting Here


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