We grow more than 2 dozen kinds of flowers and fillers, including: sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, snapdragons, amaranth, celosia, oscar, dahlias, scabiosa, marigolds, lilies, alliums, blackberries, feverfew, and grasses.
Weddings and Special Occasions As specialty cut flower farmers, from mid-June through early September, we can provide you with high quality, unique flowers, picked fresh just for your special day! We offer:
DIY Flowers by the Bucket: Design your own flowers for your wedding or special event! These 5 gallon buckets include our wonderful mix of focal, filler, and line flowers so you can make beautiful custom arrangements.
Vase Arrangements: We can design centerpieces for dinner tables, cocktail tables, the guestbook table, or entry ways.
Bouquets: We can design bridal bouquets, throw bouquets, or bridesmaids’ bouquets. Prices vary depending on size and style.
Email us for our 2 page information sheet, which includes pricing, delivery information, services, fees, and options.
Placing an Order Please allow ample time prior to the event for finalizing your flower plan with us. We only take a limited number of event orders each year, and we generally won’t do an event with less than 2-3 weeks notice. Once you have a budget in mind and are prepared to provide the following information, we can work with you to develop a quote and complete a floral agreement, if desired.
Your name, address, and contact information
Date, time, and location of your event
Preferred delivery or pick up time and location
Number of buckets, vase arrangements, or bouquets needed
Size of the arrangements and bouquets
Any ideas for style and color, or if you would like our Farmers’ Choice Mix
What vases will be used, if you’re providing them, and the number and dimensions of the vases. If you’d like us to supply the vases, what style and size do you want?
Prolonging the Vase Life of Your Flowers - Use a clean vase and change the water often, ideally, once daily. - Use room temperature, clean water in your vase. - Add flower food to the water, which helps give the flowers a source of nutrition, encourages hydration by lowering the pH of the water, and inhibits bacterial and fungal growth. - Keep your flowers in a cool location, out of the sun, and away from ripe fruit and breezes. - Re-cut the stems to increase hydration. - Remove leaves below the water line to prevent rot.