Pick Your Own
A sunshine drenched morning spent in the Pick-Your-Own fields at Garden Sweet offers everyone a one-of-a kind experience that won’t be forgotten! Whether you are looking for a quiet escape, interested in starting a new family tradition, searching for the most delicious berries, seeking out the best photos, or interested in crafting your own flower bouquet, Garden Sweet is the place for you!
This season all pick-your-own must be purchased online in advance. You will select a reservation time at checkout.
When you arrive at Garden Sweet, pull into curbside checkout to let us know that you have arrived. You will be given all the supplies you need for your pick-your-own experience! If you are flower picking and would like to bring your own clippers/scissors you may.
By picking your own flowers and berries at Garden Sweet you get super fresh, local, sustainably grown, seasonal flowers and berries that you can not find in a grocery store!
Our offerings vary based on the time of the season, but best berry picking is available in August and September. The flower fields are beautiful and open to everyone July-September. For non-members there is a $5 admission for anyone 2 and up.
Berry Pickin’ Good!
Open June-September for Members. Limited Dates for non-members starting in August during peak berry season. Members and their immediate family get free admission to the pick-your-own fields.
This season, all pick-your-own berry berries must be purchased through our online store. At checkout you will be prompted to select your berry picking reservation time.
Berry picking is currently happening on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Reservations can only be made for the current week. If you would like to go picking on a Wednesday, a reservation can be made between 1pm on Saturday and 1pm on Wednesday. If you would like to go picking on a Friday or Saturday, a reservaiton can be made between 1pm on Wednesday and 1pm on Saturday. The pick-your-own fields close at 2pm.
We grow a variety of strawberries and raspberries that are exceptionally delicious and sweet! Sampling is allowed, but PLEASE pay for what you pick.
Berry picking is heavily dependent on weather and supply for visit our online store frequently to see what is available.
Pick Your Own Flowers!
Stroll through rows and rows of beautiful blooms while filling a bouquet or a bucket 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.
Garden Sweet’s flower fields offer rows and rows of beautiful flowers that change with the season. There is always something new to pick! Spend your Summer morning among a sea of color crafting your very own fresh flower bouquet with local flowers that you won’t find anywhere else!
Picking Flowers is Easy!
- Bring your friends and family for this one-of-a-kind experience.
- Purchase and reserve your take-home flower bouquet cup or bucket and entry pass into the farm online. We provide water for the flowers and scissors
- Cut flowers to your desired length and fill up your cup or bucket!
Flower Care Tips:
- Strip off any leaves that are below the water line to keep it fresh.
- Keep the water level in your vase high with cool water- they drink a lot during the week!
- Change water after a couple days or if it becomes cloudy and brown.
- Keep flowers in a cool place for the longest lasting blooms!