Farm to Vase
Cool season hardy annuals are planted and now we wait for spring blooms. Current plantings include anemones, bachelor's buttons, dill bouquet, larkspur, nigella, ranunculus, scabiosa, snapdragons, and strawflowers. Lord willing, we hope to open by late April. Be sure to check social media for the latest updates!
The flower patch can also be opened by appointment for family gatherings, birthday & bridal celebrations, and photography. Private appointments for bulk flower purchases are also available.
How it Works
Upon arrival, turn off the path to the right and park in the grassy area along the pecan trees. A pair of disinfected shears, as well as water and floral preservative for your container will be provided. Feel free to bring your own shears if you prefer. Sunscreen and insect repellant are recommended as well.
You may want to bring insect repellent if you attend a sunset event.
1. Pick your container.
The container price includes as many stems of any flower and foliage as you can fit. Enjoy choosing your stems without the hassle of calculating as you go. There are a variety of container sizes dependent upon current availability.
2. Choose your stems.
Be sure to cut stems a little longer than necessary and pull off any leaves that would be in the water. This will prevent mold growth and save space for more stems. Cutting stems at an angle will facilitate hydration more quickly.
Q & A
Can I bring my children if they aren't picking flowers?
Please do! This is a place for all generations to enjoy the garden together.
Can I take photos?
Certainly! Remember to tag us on social media if you share! If professional photography is desired, please contact us to schedule a session.
How can I increase the vase life of my flowers?
Keep flowers out of sunlight, use the floral preservative packet provided, and make fresh cuts on the bottom of stems/replace water every 2-3 days.