Our team focusses on all aspects of environmental and wellness education programs that center on community development and public education for children, adults and families. Bunny’s Flowers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, managed and led by all volunteers.

Bunny's Flowers - Community Development and Public Education Programs

Bunny's Bloom - Flower Art Therapy

Working with flowers can provide a moment of calm and focus to help us feel more “balanced”. Our “create your own” garden program provides an environmental education opportunity for children and families to learn the basics of plant propagation and garden maintenance, and then take those skills to develop your own home garden.

Bunny's Sustainability - Post-Consumer,
Recycled Plastic Lumber

Bunny’s Flowers is committed to reducing deforestation and landfill activity. Our sustainability program educates our students on how to use post-consumer, recycled plastic in line with its unique applications as an ecological alternative to ease the curve of non-recycled materials that end up polluting our environment.

Bunny's Wellness

Bunny’s Flowers is committed to not only teaching about and nourishing our environment but also in cultivating a healthier lifestyle for our community with our partnership, wellness programs that include fitness, yoga and dance.

Sustainable Community Development Is Our Mission

Good Health & Wellbeing

Sustainable Cities & Communities

Quality Education

Partnerships for Goals

“Bunnys  Flowers – Environmental Education – An experience throughout ones life and learning process for the kinship between humans and the environment that leads to an education and awareness of citizenry, using the unique problem-solving skills, ethical awareness, and sensitivity to scientific and social literacy. A devotion to activism in a responsible individual and cooperative and collaborative action. The environmentally enlightened citizen will act upon these qualities and pay their dues by creating an economical and ecological self sustaining environment”

-Brandon Grossinger

Founder @BunnysFlowers