Below is an approximate harvest schedule for the upcoming flower season. Based on our planting schedule for 2020, and assuming typical seasonal weather, customers may expect fresh flowers from about mid-April to mid-October and evergreen arrangements from late November to mid December. This schedule may be used to help you predict what flowers you may find either at our farm stand or around the time of your bulk order. Note that this isn't a guarantee that these products will be available at this time of the year, but rather a rough guideline to help you plan for your event.
Year Round: assorted dried flowers, grasses, & pods
April: Van Sion daffodil, yellow trumpet daffodil, marsh marigold, pussy willow
May-early June: lilac, muscari, Narcissus poeticus, viburnum, sweet William, ornamental cress
late June-mid July: bells of Ireland, calendula, carnation (chabaud type), corn cockle, larkspur, nasturtium, stock, sweet pea, sweet William, ornamental cress
late July-early August: amaranth, calendula, cosmos, nasturtium, phlox, poppy pods, snapdragon, sunflower, sweet pea, zinnia
mid August-early October: amaranth, calendula, celosia, cosmos, cup & saucer, dahlia, gomphrena, jewels of opar, joe-pye, malope, nasturtium, phlox, poor man’s orchid, poppy pods, rudbeckia, scabiosa, statice, sunflower, sweet pea, zinnia, assorted grasse
late November-mid December: assorted evergreens