We are now open for the 2020 season!
Revisit the simple joy of picking a bouquet! Take in the beauty of nature, and observe the pollinating bees and fluttering butterflies. Pick the blooms of your choice and leave with home-grown flowers while supporting New York agriculture.
Zinnia, sunflowers, cosmos, snapdragons, salvia, bachelor’s button, summer aster, and celosia to name a few….decorate your world with flowers!
Available in late-July through the first frost, usually mid-October.
How does it all work?
All instructions and supplies needed for picking (jars with water and snips) are on our farm stand.
We loan you the clippers and pails with a bit of water, then head out to the garden and cut the flowers you’d like.
For those who are too busy to pick or would rather not, we usually have some flowers freshly cut to choose from on the weekends or we can take custom orders.
Flowers are priced by the jar–As many as you can fit in a jar.
Small $3 Medium $6 Large $10
Sunflowers are $2 per stem
We accept exact cash or check or Venmo. Our U-pick is self-serve, so we most likely will not be available to make change.
Please try not to cut the stem so low that you’re taking many young buds with you. You may strip the bottom foliage in the field.
We have a grassy area where you are welcome to bring a picnic blanket or sit at a picnic table to arrange your flowers. Be sure to wear a mask at the stand and to social distance from other guests.
We attempt to keep pathways smooth, but it may be too difficult to push a stroller or wheelchair. Your shoes and clothes may get dirty and/or wet. Our field is in full sun. Shoes with sturdy soles, old comfortable clothing, sunscreen, and sunglasses are advised.
Please keep pets on a leash to protect the flowers from damage.
Finally, always check our Facebook and Instagram sites before visiting. We try post are hours and what’s currently available.
We’re so grateful for your support and hope our flowers will bring joy and beauty to your life.
Flower Care Tips
Here are a few tips to get the most out of your cut flowers.
Tip 1 – Cut the stems with a slanted cut and place them immediately in water. If the flowers are kept in water in a cooler environment (out of the direct heat and sunlight) they should last beautifully for 3-5 days or longer.
Tip 2 – Keep the water level in your vase high – they drink a lot!
Tip 3 – Change water mid-week and some flower preservative.
Tip 4 – Keep away from fruits & veggies which emit a gas (ethylene) that makes flowers fade fast.
Tip 5 – Pull out faded stems so your bouquet always looks fresh