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Welcome to Sacred Hollow Farm!

Our 2023 season is winding down. Our end of year hours are 

Friday & Saturday 9am-6pm!

When you arrive please find a parking spot along the fence and make yourself at home.

Stop by the shop to check in and get the run down on picking your own flowers. We are here to help and happy to see you. Enjoy, be safe, and welcome!

U-Pick

Prices

U-Pick Prices
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We have a few different price options for flower picking!

If you'd like a small bouquet we can price the flowers per stem, ranging from $1-$5 depending on variety & size.

Option #2: fill a cup with as many wildflowers as you can fit for $25! 

We provide a can, water and flower snips to borrow for flower picking.

Once you've picked the perfect bouquet, we provide you with a biodegradable container of water to get your fresh flowers home.

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Grab a Can

We provide a can & snips before you venture into the fields to search for those perfect flowers. 

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Florals & Herbs

We have hundreds of wildflowers to choose from to craft your bouquet. Coneflowers to sunflowers and everything in between. And don't forget to stop by the  stand to stock up on fresh herbs!

Bees & Honey

We are beekeepers here and have several hives on the farm!

Unfortunately, we will not have honey available for our 2023 season. 

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Floral Care

Once the flowers are cut, it is important to place them in your vase with water immediately.

On especially hot days it is best to come early in the day or in the evening as this will help prevent the flowers from wilting,

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The Stand

Visit our shop and take a look  around. We offer more than just flowers!

We offer art, herbs, jewelry, organic tea, seeds, furniture, and more; all handmade by us right here on the farm!

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Farm Animals

If you are lucky you might get a glimpse of one of our many family members. The pigs, Korky, Lady Jane, Mr Snoots. Augie and Gypsy the dogs and our wolf Mahtoo and maybe the flock of chickens. And don't forget our bee's, they are everywhere. 

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