Cut flowers are done for the 2020 season check back next spring!
Bring your kids, family or friends to enjoy the gardens at the farm and cut your own bouquets of flowers. The farm is the perfect place for social distancing! Enjoy some fresh air, beautiful nature, get a picture with the LOVE sign and we now offer snacks, cold drinks and gourmet ice cream sandwiches in the store for a picnic after you cut your flowers. You are welcome to bring camp chairs, a blanket or use our picnic tables and spread out around the farm. We have various sanitation stations available for your use and a sink with soap and sanitizer next to the porta potty. We are sanitizing the store frequently to keep our setting safe for us all. Don’t forget to bring a cooler for shopping cold items in the store like meats, cheeses, eggs, salsa and many more new products.
Cut Flower Cost: $15 per person/bouquet
Includes 30 minutes of private time in the cutting garden, a quart sized bouquet (jar not included), an eco fresh bouquet wrap to keep your flowers moist for your journey home and a packet of floral preservative.
Since we are trying to observe social distancing we require that you book a time slot ahead of time using the link below. Each group must pay in one transaction.
Tickets available Thursday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm, seasonally.
Possible Flowers Available:
- Verbena bonariensis
- Lemon Mint
- Mexican Sunflower
- Blue Salvia
- Globe Amaranth
- Sweet Annie
Why Buy Local Flowers?
Local flowers are a clean, beautiful, interesting, and long-lasting alternative to traditional flower sources. Since you will be cutting the flowers yourself you know exactly where they came from, the gardens at Forrest Green Farm! The flowers will be as fresh as possible meaning they will last at least a week and likely much longer in the vase. They are also grown using sustainable practices. Our flowers are safe to bury your face in, and will have the kind of scent, color, and variety that you can’t find in a grocery store flower aisle. We are proud to be a part of a movement in the US toward sustainably grown, locally sourced, and seasonal flowers!