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You-Pick Flowers

Check our social media for Summer You-Pick 

How To Prepare For Your Visit

​If you are visiting our farm to pick flowers ON A WEEKEND you will need to purchase an admission ticket in advance with a time stamped entry. You are welcome to linger as long as you like but need to arrive within a few minutes of your admission time. We want to ensure a positive experience for our guests, and at present have limited space for picking.  Please contact us if you have any questions about ticket purchases, or if you need a few extra for your group at your desired time. Everyone over age 2 must purchase an admission ticket. This ticket includes one complimentary flower stem (either tulip or sunflower). Admission is $6.50. Weekday You-Pick opportunities do not require advanced tickets. Check our Facebook and Instagram pages for those announcements. 

Refunds will not be given, in the event weather forces us to close, patrons will be allowed to select another date to utilize their ticket purchases. This will be handled through our ticket vendor site. 

NO WEEKEND ADMISSION TICKETS WILL BE SOLD ONSITE, YOU MUST PURCHASE THEM IN ADVANCE.  Click here to purchase your admission ticket.

We have a few pairs of scissors and pruners, but if you have a pair, it would be a good idea to bring them along. Please do not give pruners/scissors to children.

Tulips will be wrapped, and other flowers will be placed in containers with water to keep them fresh. It is important to keep them hydrated!

Tulips and sunflowers are $2.00 a stem, and other flowers are sold by the size of the container you choose.  

  • 12 ounce Stadium Cup $10

  • 22 ounce Stadium Cups $20 (filled with unlimited zinnias and fillers)

  • French Flower Bucket $50

  • 3 gallon bucket $80 (unlimited sunflowers, zinnias, and fillers) 

Wear proper shoes or sandals. The rows are grass/dirt/mulch and can be uneven. As much as we would like to be wheelchair accessible, it is only really possible if the ground is not wet, so our guests with limited mobility will need to plan ahead.

We have a porta-potty on site for guests to utilize. 

Photographers are welcome, but must purchase a $10 pass to use our fields. No long lens cameras will be allowed without a pass. No drones allowed without a consent and a pass. 
If you are a photographer and want to have private sessions with clients, please reach out to us and schedule a date in order to utilize the “golden hours”. The semi-private use will incur an additional fee of $25, with the possibility that up to three photographers will be on site during that time. Private access is $100 an hour. 

 

Please be aware that pollinators are often doing important work in the fields. They tend to leave you alone, but be aware of their presence, especially if you have an allergy. 

A Few Rules:

The flower fields are part of our private residence, please respect the signage and do not enter the barns, house, greenhouse or allow children to play on any equipment.

While we love your dogs, we ask that you not bring them to visit our farm. We have other animals and hope to ensure their safety as well as the safety of our guests and your precious pups as well. If you have a service animal, they are certainly welcome, but please call ahead and let us know you will be bringing them with you so we can ensure their safety.

PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL OF OUR PROPERTY. This is our home. Please dispose of trash in the receptacles provided and we ask that you not smoke on the property. Please stay on the paths between the flower rows. 

 

Children are welcome to visit our farm, but please supervise them closely and help keep them safe and our plants healthy. We do have electric fences so please make sure children know the fences will shock them.

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What Is In Bloom?

Our main crops are: 

Tulips 

Sunflowers

Zinnias

Dahlias  

We have other filler flowers to add to the bouquets based on the time of year, including: 

Cosmos 

Rudbeckia 

Celosia 

Yarrow 

Snapdragons 

Amaranth 

Eucalyptus 

Gomphrena 

Marigolds 

Strawflower 

Broom Corn Millet 

Green Drops 

Bunny Tails 

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