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We grow flowers you can feel great about.

Our commitment to environmental stewardship means you can enjoy our flowers with a clear conscience, knowing they were grown with care for the earth.

We grow a variety of textured foliage and fillers to complement our show-stopping focal flowers. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift, adding a pop of colour to your favourite kitchen corner or celebrating a milestone occasion, we have flowers that put grocery store flowers to shame.

Due to crop failure and a very cold June, we won't be opening the farm to U-Picks for 2024 and we also won't be taking on any new orders. Thank you for your understanding, we're at the mercy of Mother Nature.

Frequently Asked Flower Care Questions

Bright and colourful memorial flower arrangement with tall gladiolus flowers and burgundy
Blue, yellow and yellow wild and whimsical garden bouquet of cut flowers in a vase.

QHow do I keep my cut flowers fresh for longer?

A: To keep your cut flowers fresh for longer, start by trimming the stems at an angle with a sharp knife or scissors. Then, remove any leaves that will be below the waterline in your vase, as they can promote bacterial growth. Finally, change the water every two days and add flower food, which can help nourish the blooms and prevent bacteria from growing.

Q: Can I revive wilted flowers?

A: Yes, you can try reviving wilted flowers by giving them a fresh cut and placing them in a vase of cool water. You can also try rehydrating them by submerging the whole stem and blooms in cool water for an hour.

How often should I change vase water?

A: To keep your cut flowers fresh, you should change the water in your vase every two days. Be sure to also give the stems a fresh cut and add flower food to the new water.

Q: Should I keep my flowers in the sun or shade?

A: It's best to keep your cut flowers out of direct sunlight and in a cool, shaded area. Sunlight can cause the flowers to wilt and fade faster.

Q: How do I prevent mold or bacterial growth in my flower vase?

A: To prevent mold or bacterial growth in your flower vase, be sure to change the water every two days and add flower food. You can also add a drop of bleach or vinegar to the water, which can help kill any bacteria. Be sure to wash your vase with hot, soapy water between uses to remove any lingering bacteria or mold.

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