Our Cut Flower business is named after our late dog , Cooper. He loved to be at the Farm, meeting and greeting customers, and eating blueberries. He will be greatly missed.
Flowers are grown on the Farm to attract bees to our blueberry field. Annuals such as Zinnias, Snapdragons, Cosmos, and Sunflowers are planted from seed each year. We also plant hundreds of gladiolus bulbs and have several fragrant and colorful perennials to showcase in our bouquets.
Cut Flowers are typically available mid-July through early September. You can purchase our bouquets at the Farm or come to the Nisswa Farmers' Market on Thursday mornings in the Nisswa Legion Parking Lot. (call ahead for availability).