Pick-Your-Own Flowers at Garden Sweet!
Create Your Perfect Bouquet
Stroll through rows and rows of beautiful blooms while filling buckets of fresh flowers and creating one-of-a-kind bouquets that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen!
From July-September the fields are in full bloom with a large variety of different flowers and an entire spectrum of colors that will give you the creative freedom to make your perfect bouquet.
Flower picking is currently happening on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Pick-your-own purchases must be made online and you will be prompted to select your reservation time at checkout. We take reservations for the current week only. If you would like to go flower picking on a Wednesday, a reservation can be made between 1pm on Saturday and 1pm on Wednesday. If you would like to go flower picking on a Friday or Saturday, a reservation can be made between 1pm on Wednesday and 1pm on Saturday. The fields close at 2pm.
Fresh, Local, Sustainably Grown Flowers
When you arrive at Garden Sweet to Pick-Your-Own Flowers you will be given take-home buckets filled with cold water, scissors, beautiful fields to explore, and endless flowers to cut. Our 2-Gallon buckets are $30 and will hold approximately 60 stems depending on the size of the flowers.
By picking your own flowers at Garden Sweet you get super fresh, local, sustainably grown, seasonal flowers that will leave an exquisite and lasting impression on your special day!
Pick Your Own Flowers Tips
- Visit A Week In Advance – Brides should visit the gardens a week in advance to see what flower varieties and colors are blooming or soon to bloom. Consider picking and arranging a sample bouquet to share with your helpers! Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee a specific flower variety or color at any given time.
- Plan Ahead – cut flowers early in the day and as close to the event or wedding day as possible for the freshest and most beautiful blooms.
- Bring Friends – Make your visit more memorable and enjoyable by bringing a friend or your bridal party to help!
- Keep Cool and Shady – Once the flowers are cut they should be stored in a cool place out of direct sunlight.