FAQs

Where are you located?

Our farm is located in St. Louis County, Eureka, MO, near the Meramec River. 

The flower fields are located at our family home and are not open to the public, although we do allow floral designers to pick up their flowers from the fields. 

Can I subscribe for updates?

Texting is the fastest way for us to communicate. Feel free to text us anytime. You can also subscribe to our newsletter for a weekly update. 

What are your hours and season?

Seasonal Hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm 
Saturday  10am - 6pm. (no weekend deliveries)
Sundays - Closed
We have fresh flowers April - October. (weather depending, last frost - first frost).   Dried flowers and herbal salves available year round. 
You can order on our website and pay via credit card or select COD (cash on demand) to pay cash or Venmo at The Potting Shed/ Farm Stand. This allows you to select your delivery or pick up time. Thank you to everyone that supports our little farm. We are looking forward to a fantastic season!

 

Do you allow professional photography at the farm?

We allow professional photographers to reserve times (Wednesday - Friday) for $75 per hour.  Sessions must be arranged in advance. We cannot guarantee plants will be blooming.  Plants range in bloom time throughout the season. 

Do you allow dogs at the farm?

No. Unfortunately we do not allow any outside animals.  We have a farm dog and multiple free range chickens that are very protective of the farm. 

What flowers do you grow and when do they bloom?

We grow a wide variety of flowers. Below is a summary of a few main types.  Bloom times range depending on the weather.
Daffodils & Tulips - April
Peonies - May
Garden Roses - May, periodic rebloom throughout the summer
Lavender - June
Lisianthus - July- September
Cosmos & Zinnias - late July into August
Sunflowers - June - October
Dahlias - August - October

Do you allow "you pick" of the flowers?

We allow floral designers to pick their own flowers upon appointment. The fields are not open to the public.