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Cut Flowers

Flowers are available for u-pick late-July through September. Bouquets are $9 for all you can fit in an eight-inch twist tie (up to 25 stems). Baskets, snips and twist ties are provided. 

Flowers are a source of joy, pure and simple. We grow over seventy certified organic cottage garden ornamentals, herbs, and edibles selected for their aesthetic charm, grace, and whimsy, with a full spectrum of vibrant and delicate hues.  


Farm favorites:

Amaranth, Bells of Ireland, Calendula, China Asters, Dahlias, Dill, Licorice Mint, Nigella, Scabiosa, Statice, Strawflower, Sunflowers, Sweet Peas, Yarrow, Zinnias. Dahlias are the feature of our cutting garden ~ over thirty types, shapes, sizes and colors for casual and formal occasions.


In addition to our tried-and-trues, we introduce new varieties every season to keep it interesting! 


We source seeds and tubers from our own fields and select certified organic suppliers.


Wilderbee Farm

I must have flowers, always, and always.

~Claude Monet



Bring grace to the garden.

Planting Dahlia Tubers

Dahlias need full sun and well-draining soil.

Plant tubers in spring after danger of frost. 

Dahlias bloom 75-90 days after planting.

Plant tubers 4-6" deep and 12-18" apart.

Mix a handful of bone meal in each hole.

Place tuber horizontally; eye pointing up.

Don't water at planting; wait until it sprouts.

Pinch out the center shoot at 12-16" height.

Enjoy continuous bloom until hard frost.


Dahlia planting

 Wilderbee bouquet. Photo courtesy of MJ Photography

Wedding U-Pick

Invite family and friends for a wedding flower u-pick August through September.

Bring buckets for bulk picking or vases to arrange bouquets at the farm. We offer special pricing ~ for every 5 bouquets at the regular price, the 6th bouquet is free. 


Contact us for details & reserve your date. 

(360) 379-2434



Please note: 

All reservations must be made directly with us; not through a floral designer or wedding planner. 


 Wilderbee lavender. Photo courtesy of Jenleelight


 Photo: MJ Photography

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