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What is Blooming?

This is a common question we receive from you all.  Below is the flower line up for the large fields we have for the year of 2024 .

Remember: we open seasonally >> Spring typically runs late April to end of May and Summer/Fall from mid August to mid October.

Disclaimer:  These are estimate bloom times! Our best educated guest!  We can plan and hope but we, the farmers, are not in control! (Mother Nature is the boss). If we are open, we have blooms, but we cannot promise specific dates/colors.  For weekly bloom updates follow our social media posts.

Spring 2024

Early Season 

This runs from opening date (Late April) to beginning of May.  Poppies are starting to bloom. The field will have scattered fresh poppy blooms. Blooms and foliage is fresh vibrand

Spring 2024

Mid Season

Runs from about the second to the third week of May.  This is peak season for the mix of poppies and larkspur.  The fields are exploding with colors.

Spring 2024

Late Season

Runs around the fourth week of May until we closed.  Poppy plants are done (mostly dried) but the larkspur is still going and grasses are growing around it. The fields have a moody and muted feel. Perfect for more romantic looks.

Summer/Fall 2024

Early Season

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Summer/Fall 2024

Mid Season 

This runs from opening date (Late April) to beginning of May.  Poppies are starting to bloom. The field will have scattered fresh poppy blooms. Blooms and foliage is fresh vibrand

Summer/Fall 2024

Late Season

Runs from about the second to the third week of May.  This is peak season for the mix of poppies and larkspur.  The fields are exploding with colors.

U-pick additional garden options

U-pickers can pick from the big flower fields, but we also have a large selection of annuals and perennial plants at the farm for you all to pick from. Varieties change each season and each year. Visit us to discover them!

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