Pierpont's Blossom Farm was the logical step after a lifetime in the special events, plants and flower industries in Manhattan. Starting at the ripe old age of 19, Keith Pierpont started Treemania and eventually bought the building in the flower district. He moved on to start Castle & Pierpont, a fixture on the upper east side of Manhattan. Castle and Pierpont was legendary for their over-the-top unique centerpieces and was a frequent inhabitant of page six in the New York Post and other publications.
Today, Pierpont Blossom Farm is widely known for their stunning Dahlias, and Keith has earned the moniker of The Dahlia Llama. The farm also produces sunflowers, tulips, peonies, lilac, and an assortment of beautiful flowers.