Here's Some Information To Know Before Visiting Our Farm
Our farm is a working farm. It is not a botanical garden (wouldn't that be great)!
There may be holes, ruts, rocks, roots, & uneven ground as you explore our flower fields. You may also encounter weeds, poison ivy, bugs, and other potential hazards.
We recommend wearing closed-toed shoes while visiting. Wildflower Farms, LLC is not responsible for any injuries that occur while at our farm.
No pets are allowed while at WildFlower Flower Farm. Ask anyone I know & they will tell you that I truly love all animals big & small. However, out of respect for visitors that do not feel the same way I do, I keep Walter & Willow indoors during farm hours.
I don't think then that it is fair for me to keep my agents of chaos indoors & to allow others to be on the farm.
So Please leave your pets at home.
Please only visit during business hours. This is a working farm as well as our home. We thank you for respecting our privacy & boundaries. We Can NOT accommodate drop-in visitors. You will be asked to leave and to come back during normal business hours.
Feel free to spend as much time as you would like while visiting with us! You may being a blanket for a small picnic or your favorite book & pick a spot to read. Feel free to look at the plants we have growing around our home. Most of them are available for sale in our perennials & this is a good way to see what they look like in the garden & not just in a pot!
You can take as many selfies and pictures you would like while on our farm.
We do not allow professional photography during farm hours. If you would like to schedule a professional photography session, please visit the photo shoot page for more information.
Lastly, be sure to check our social media pages for the most up-to-date information. This is where we will post any changes to farm hours. There may be times we will need to close due to weather, special events, or lack of blooms.
Lastly, take your time to enjoy the beauty around you. A visit to our farm is a time to connect with nature and rejuvenate your soul. Soak in the sunshine, listen to the bees, watch the finches and monarchs, and pick some pretty amazing flowers!