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Frequently asked questions...

What flowers do you grow?

For the late spring/summer 2023 season we have several  varieties of flowers including (but not limited to) many unique varieties of Dahlia, Sunflower, Zinnia, Snapdragon, Cosmos, Celosia, Amaranth, Bells of Ireland, Strawflower, Peonies, Larkspur, Bee Balm, Rudbeckia and many more. Here is a list of what blooms when. 

Where can I buy your flowers?

Currently, our flowers are available seasonally at Agricole Farmstop in Chelsea, MI. Our farmstand will open in summer of 2024. 

Can I visit the farm?

We are a small-scale farm operation with limited staff. Because of this, our flower production areas are not open to the public. Regretfully, we cannot accommodate farm visits or pick-your-own at this time. 

How many acres do you farm?

While our property is 6 acres, we currently only farm about 1/4 acre with small expansions planned each season. 

Do you offer flowers for weddings and other events?

We offer bulk buckets of flowers for events (or just because!). 

Are your products organic?

While we are not a certified organic farm, we strive to grow all of our vegetables, flowers and chickens using organic and climate-friendly farming practices. 

Do you sell wholesale?

Yes we do! If you are a florist or event specialist that is interested in our flowers, please send an e-mail to

What animals do you have on the farm?

We currently have 8 chickens with 9 more newbies to join in summer of 2023, an awesome dog named Willie, a couple of feisty fish named Pearl and Tiger and a curious snail named Snaily.

How should I care for my fresh flowers?

Cut flowers require nourishment and care even after being removed from the plant. For the longest vase life possible, you will need to keep your flowers hydrated and cool (away from direct sunlight and heat sources). Always re-cut your flower stems with clean, sharp pruners or a knife and place them in a clean container filled with fresh water and floral food (most varieties do best with tepid water). Re-cut the stems every couple days to keep them open to receiving nutrients and water. Remove all lower leaves from contact with water and change water and rinse out container every other day. 

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