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Locally and sustainably grown at Kiawah River 





Bohicket Blooms 

Offering bespoke and ready-to-go arrangements using organic flowers grown sustainably on the Bohicket Blooms cut flower farm at Kiawah River on Betsy Kerrison way. Driven by the goal to provide high quality organic flowers grown in a way which enhances soil quality and increases the longevity of a farm, we strive to offer beautiful blooms that inspire joy.  

A certified floral designer, Jana Freston Mendenhall is the farmer and owner of Bohicket Blooms. She relocated to Johns Island from Coastal California to be closer to her senior parents and two adult daughters who reside in Charleston county. While living in California and raising four children she became familiar with organic farming practices. For the last eight years she has been employed by a successful organic farm has been involved in the organic farming community throughout the coastal Bay Area. Having earned her master's degree in architecture from the University of Utah, Jana has a long history of appreciating and planning visuals and has now applied that expertise to growing and arranging stunning flowers and greenery. 

Market bouquets and pickle jar arrangements
Variety bunches of 10 
Custom bouquet gallery  
Contact Us

Stono Market & Tomato Shed

842 Main Street 

John's Island, SC 29455

Story Farm's Market

3373 Trumpet Road 

John's Island, SC 29455

Fresh Field's Market 

Monday's 4-8pm (July-Aug.)

165 Village Green Lane 

Kiawah Island, SC 29455


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Why buy organic?

When you use organic methods of farming you not only help sustain soil health and productivity, but you also support the local bee population. Science has linked the “Colony Collapse syndrome” that is devastating the bee population to the use of pesticides. Consumers have realized the link between bee health and organically grown flowers and have created an increase in demand for organically grown cut flowers. 

Kiawah River 

Kiawah River residential development. Kiawah River sponsors an “Agri-community” which is comprised of a flower farm (Bohicket Blooms) vegetable farms, a goat dairy, an apiary , and pasture for grass fed beef. Together all these facets combine to offer a CSA to Kiawah River residents and the larger community.