Soni Holladay and huband Boone started farming cut flowers in 2016. They are dedicated to sustainable agricultural practices
and using their extensive knowledge of horticulture and entomology not only to grow premium blooms,
but also to create a thriving ecosystem. They even keep bees, so they won’t use anything on their plants that
negatively affect the local population.
Soni and Boone have been professional horticulturists for over a combined 30 years.
They met while both working at a plant sale at the Texas A&M University Horticulture Department.
Since graduating from TAMU with a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture,
Soni has worked in agriculture research at Baylor College of Medicine,
as Horticulturist and Greenhouse Manager at the Houston Museum of Natural Science,
Cockrell Butterfly Center, and in retail and wholesale nurseries.
Boone is the Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Horticulture Agent for Fort Bend County.