We can’t wait to welcome you in person to Barefoot Blossom Farm where you will take a moment out of life’s busy hustle and bustle to walk amongst the rows of beautiful flowers and enjoy what nature really has to offer. Take a moment to snap some pictures of you and the loved ones you bring along.
Dates for this event will be posted and updated closer to the growing season as things come in to bloom.
Please arrive at start time for flower cutting and bouquet making demonstration.
All dates are subject to weather. If we have severe weather your ticket will be refunded. Limited tickets sold to each event.
For the 2022 Season all U-Picks will be by ticket only. Please join our mailing list or follow us on Facebook/Instagram for all U-Pick updates and availability. Please know that anyone picking will need a ticket. Limited tickets sold at each U-Pick.
$25 - Cup of Flowers
A more portable option coming for this year.
Fill your cup that will go with you and fit right in your car cup holder. Perfect to transport and then fill your vase at home.
This makes a very large bouquet.
$35 - Single Pitcher of Flowers
Stroll through the garden and fill your pitcher as you go. Most people fit enough to fill two vases at home. This is a great sturdy picking vessel and was the FAVORITE choice last year for Upick. It also makes for great pictures.
$45 - Pitcher for Two
Stroll with a friend, spouse, mom, daughter or a child and have fun creating two side by side bouquets. Our pitcher for two lets you enjoy creating two large bouquets. Each vessel can fit about 20-30 stems. A total of 40-60 depending upon the variety chosen.
$75- Bucket of Flowers
Make sure to come on time for your time slot if you want a bucket!! This takes a while. You may even want to bring a friend.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO A U-PICK?
WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARRIVE
PLEASE BE AWARE
*Please do not bring any pets. Please inform us ahead of time if you have a service pet. *
With so many flowers and keeping our own bees on the farm we have lots of bees. As always with flowers there is an abundance of bees foraging and pollinating on the farm. While they may not be interested in stinging while they are working, there is always the chance of being stung and it may not be the safest place for people with bee allergies.
We also ask that everyone be respectful of the land and animals.