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Spread the cheer

Hi! I am so glad you are here. My name is Sharon Kegerreis. I grow flowers from seed and create bouquets from annuals, perennials and my meadow flora in Chelsea, Michigan. My sustainably-grown flowers bloom seasonally on roughly a half an acre in various gardens of my 4.75 acres.

A longtime grower, my dream for a flower stand was fulfilled in 2019 with the launch of Cheerful Nature Bouquets. While I don’t have the flower stand due to limited road traffic, I sell my bouquets at Agricole Farm Stop in downtown Chelsea, provide porch pick up of bouquets and will personally deliver bouquets in my community.

My mission is to spread cheer and help heal my community. I provide free bouquets to school-age children who could use a pick-me-up. New this year, I am also offering free bouquets to teachers and healthcare workers.


Find me on Instagram at Cheerful_Nature for the freshest news.

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Bouquets to go

What a busy month it has been! * Planting seeds (yes — sowing through June), digging up new beds for many cuttings/divides from friends and families, including perennial Forget-Me-Nots, Irises, anemones, Feverfew, peonies, mystery flowers (hmmm?), phlox and more. * Launching a new business with deliveries for grad parties and weekly to Agricole Farm Stop on Tuesdays. * Organizing my work station for creating bouquets and settling into a routine for weeding, planning and marketing. This week, I’ll finally design and order business cards, so I can start handing them out when people ask for them. Simple, yet essential!

There is so much joy in the act of digging in the dirt, sowing seeds and watching the efforts bloom. I have a vision for more raised beds and a beautiful hillside garden for more flowers in 2020. Meanwhile, I am savoring harvests to create wild beauty bouquets with my garden flowers and flora foraged from my meadow.