Welcome to Cedar Creek Farmhouse!
We're so glad you stopped by! Most weeks we hold 3-4 live uploads of rare succulents and we have a loyal base of fellow collectors who join us (thank you from the bottom of our heart!).
If you're new check out our live event calendar for our next scheduled upload time
This is a very small company and we do our best to keep up with demand, we appreciate your support so much. If you email us please give us a few days to respond (especially over peak season).
Starting this autumn we are slowing introducing some natural skincare, little luxuries and other fun things. We hope you'll support the other small businesses that we showcase here.
Add Some Sparkle to Your Package! New from Elements by Jill Schwartz
Handpicked Herbal Teas All The Way from Latvia
Slip Into Something Cozy and Relax with Library of Flowers
Refreshing Summer Teas from Oliver Pluff
Pottery Handcrafted by Jurian
Shop our store by Collection
The heart of our business will always be rare succulents, but we have done our best to curate other items that we use and love. Click on any category below to peruse our collections.
Natural Skincare + Bath
Introducing luxurious natural skincare and bath products. Clay masks starting at $6!
Water Propagation + Pots
From colorful ceramics to translucent (watch the roots as they grow) glass.
A collection of curated products with the modern garderner in mind, perfect for any occasion.
Unique odds and ends to brighten your day, including some gorgeous scents from Olivine Atelier.
Inorganic Growing Medium
Take your pick of inorganic mediums and top dressings.
Candles + Room Sprays
Nothing makes home feel more like home than a gorgeous scent on a cold winter's night.
Send a Gift Card
Need a perfect gift in a hurry? Send a gift card by email anytime! Personalized message available.
Some pots are handmade, others are limited run. All imported and crafted with love.
Why the pinecone?
"Ah, the pinecone. Pretty simple, Cedar Creek Farmhouse is a tribute to my grandfather. All of the father figures in my life ran successful businesses, but the first to leave an indelible impression on me was my grandfather. His farm was called 'Cedar Springs.' The name 'Cedar Creek' hearkens my senses back to sunny afternoons to when I wandered sprawling pastures freely with the cows, read books under the protective shade of the pecan orchards and made forts out of sticks and pinecones. The name 'Cedar Creek Farmhouse' is simply a nod to my grandparents and wonderful memories I have growing up free and uninhibited by life's cares or worries."