Dear Readers,

I am very touchy about who picks our flowers.

It's just that certain crops need special care. For example, you have to cut a zinnia stem really low, just inches above the ground. You might think that would kill the plant, but actually it promotes more blooms.

People ask me all the time if we allow pick-your-own on the farm. The answer has been a resounding no (more like NOOOOOoooooooooo).........


Until now! This season, we will open the farm to flower lovers on one evening in June. We're calling it Evening Among Flowers.


We're trying to do a few things here: listen to what people want (pick-your-own!), make a profit (we are a business after all), and share the truly magical experience of harvesting flowers.

If you want to spend a few hours wandering through rows of larkspur and snapdragons, having the lavender patch all to yourself, swimming in African blue basil, and then making an arrangement with your harvests, then Evening Among Flowers is for you!

We're limiting registration to 10 nature adoring people. Sign up here!

I wish you all a romp in the snow.

Laura Beth