Palm Pike was founded with the environment in mind. From the coastal palms of South Florida to the mountain pikes of the Appalachians and beyond, we want to promote and protect a life of meaning outside the box. We started as beekeepers passionate about saving bees and have since branched out into growing cut flowers. We want to share how to live a meaningful life while minimizing the impact on our environment.



Founded by Jovany Rodriguez and Tasha Trujillo, we are utterly obsessed with the outdoors. Our love for bees started in 2015 when Tasha first learned about the declining bee population while studying Sustainability at Florida International University. Jovany, of course, was completely on board with becoming beekeepers and without him, we wouldn’t have gotten our first hive in 2016! The rest is history and we’re madly in love with this one sweet life. In 2020, we decided to start growing cut flowers for the South Florida community. We have since moved on from beekeeping and we now grow cut flowers on 3,000 square feet in the Redlands.



As a sustainable farm, we are committed to doing our best to make sure our operation has the least impact on the environment. Our flowers are grown using organic and bee friendly practices so we can provide a beautiful habitat for all pollinators. Long term, we hope to have a larger property where we can provide native habitats for wildlife and pollinators while still growing cut flowers for the floral community.


If you have any questions about our flowers or farm, please refer to our FAQ here. However, feel free to contact us via email with any other questions you might have!