Who We Are

Ellen Frost, MBA, LEED AP
Owner, Designer, Farmer Liaison

Favorite thing to do at LoCoFlo: Talking flowers with visitors to the studio on Saturdays and Wednesdays

Favorite flowers: Spring: tulips; Summer: perennial sunflower sunshine daydream; Fall: dahlias and toad lilies; Winter: poinsettias

Favorite color palette: Anything orange. Also loving light, dusty pink, white and deep burgandy.

Why local flowers matter to me: Local flowers are the best. Not only do they look better, smell better and perform better than shipped flowers, they are grown by farmers we know and love.

Theme song: Taking Care of Business

Alias: President Business

Blog: Meet Ellen

Eric Moller
Co-Owner, Delivery Boy, Cleaner, Blogger, Company Jack-Ass, Master Packer

Favorite thing to do at LoCoFlo: Make fun of the designers.

Favorite flowers: Groot!

Why local flowers matter to me: It's the greenest way to go, and they are grown by our friends.

Theme song: The Man

Alias: S.D.Jones, aka El Tipo Este, aka Floral Batman

Blog: Meet Eric

Jess Valmas
Designer, Installer, Child Farmer

Favorite thing to do at LoCoFlo: Learn about each flower and its quirks - how it grows, how it blooms, why/when/how to use it in arrangements.

Favorite flowers: Sweet peas, poppies, cosmos.

Favorite color palette: Blush and mauve, jewel tones, with pops of burnt orange and golden yellows.

Why local flowers matter to me: Local flowers are so special for so many reasons! Growing flowers takes so much passion and patience, knowing that farmers put their hearts into each stem makes them all the better.

Theme Song: Me and the (Tall) Boys

Alias: Nelly Rainbow

Blog: Meet Bloomhouse | Mural

Stacy Yeager
Super-Sonic Designer, Photographer, Videographer

Favorite thing to do at LoCoFlo: Design subscription arrangements. It's fun to see my arrangements around Baltimore.

Favorite flowers: Ranunculus & poppies!

Favorite color palette: Light green, pink, purple and pops of red.

Why local flowers matter to me: Local flowers have a romance about them - the idea that a flower that is in your bouquet was grown for you, a local Maryland bride or recipient of an arrangement, in the hope that it would brighten your day from the moment it was a seed.

Theme Song: Drunk on a Plane

Alias: Princess Peach

Blog: Meet Stacy


Tiffany "The Wrapper" Hancock

Brittney "Laser" Baltimore

Monica "The Doctor" Dunst

Ian "Papa Smurf" Tressult