21 Petals

farm fresh flowers

a local u-pick cut flower farm 

2020 season is in process now!

Growing flowers on our farm is a year-round process.  We planted thousands of tulips as well as some daffodils and allium in the early fall.  We started ranunculus and anemone plants before the holidays and moved them to the high tunnel for an early spring crop.  These will be hand-transplanted into the tunnel in January.  We began seeding lisianthus and eucalyptus varieties over winter break as these need over 150 days before they are ready to be enjoyed!  We will continue to seed hundreds of trays of flowers and fillers and nurture these on grow stations indoors during the cold winter months.  Dahlia tubers were all dug, cleaned, split, and stored for the winter as well.  We left the flower field in tact at the end of 2019.  We will eventually mow this down, put additional compost on our rows, till this in, and prepare the beds for the next season of beauty.  

New for 2020.....​

specialty hanging baskets, flower garden starts, potted flowers, seed balls, and more!

U-pick information 

Visit us for a unique u-pick experience! During our blooming season, we are open for u-pick Friday evenings 5-8pm, Saturdays 8am-4pm, and Sundays 10am-4pm. Once in a while we open at other times and these are shared via social media. If weather or other circumstances beyond our control cause us to close for any reason we will update on social media as well. When you visit us, You can easily find us on 700 South between 9th Street (100 East) and SR 231. Pull into our drive which is marked by a sign and park in the grass behind our home. Meet us near the navy barn to get your bucket filled with fresh cool water and borrow a set of our clippers. Explore all that we have in the field and fill your bucket! See us near the barn when you are finished and we can wrap your flowers in paper or you can transfer them to your own bucket to take home! You can pay with cash or card when you finish. This season’s pricing is $30 plus tax to fill a bucket. Dahlias are priced by the stem for $3/each or $2/5. Feel free to email me for a group u-pick rate also.  Florists are also welcome to come and gather fresh local product. 

Flower farm u-pick tips:

1.Get lots of fillers to create full arrangements. 

2. Cut stems long: finger tip to elbow is a good length. 

3. Strip the leaves from the stems before putting them in water. 

4. Bring water and sunscreen.

5. Take pictures and share them with us later if you desire! 

Enjoy and feel free to chat with us and ask questions- the journey of growing cut flowers and connecting with our community through this venture feeds our souls. :) 

Welcome to 21 Petals​

Head over to our flower farm to enjoy seasonal blooms, friendly faces, and many treasures in nature.  Take home beautiful memories and gorgeous fresh cut flowers.

About Us

Our family began growing flowers as a way to add beauty to our world and it has become a passion project for us all.  Our season lasts from late April through the end of October, sometimes earlier and sometimes later, depending on seasonal conditions.

sweet sentiments: 

"The best way to spend a morning: bright sunshine, beautiful flowers, amazingly wonderful people.  Put on your garden shoes and RUN to this family farm." -Katie

"Beautiful flowers on a peaceful flower farm!!  Second visit today and the flowers were even more amazing." -Marcy

"21 Petals was a fabulous experience!  My whole family loved it.  Everyone there was incredibly helpful and kind, we will definitely be going back!!" -Jessica

"...my bucket is overflowing with flowers and my heart is overflowing with love for this small business.  You should definitely check it out!" -Ally

"An incredible little slice of heaven.  How cool is it to cut and create your own bouquet of flowers?  The story behind this adorable flower farm is priceless.  What a lovely adventure.  I can't wait to go back." -Mik

We hope to see you at our flower farm in 2020!

2020 flowers to be grown: more coming!

We are planting several varieties of flowers and have a great deal of excitement to see these and many others bloom in 2019!  Flowers are listed in the categories based upon when they are expected to begin producing.  We will make our best efforts to offer the flowers shown in bold print beyond just the portion of the season they are originally listed by following a continuous planting schedule. 
  • Early spring: tulips, fancy daffodils, allium, ranunculus, peonies
  • Later spring: Bells of Ireland, stock, snapdragons, basil, phlox, sweet pea, anemone, poppies
  • Early summer: sunflowers, gladiolus, delphinium, foxglove, Nigella, Saponaria, baby's breath, Chinese forget-me-nots
  • Late summer: cosmos, zinnias, variety of celosia, strawflower, lavender, rudebeckia, larkspur, gomphrena, asters, statice, yarrow, amaranth, scabiosa, hydrangea, lilies 
  • fall: dahlias, eucalyptus, sedum, flowering kale  

*Although the basic flower names are shared, we are growing multiple varieties and colors of many flowers listed.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.  Also, if you have any special requests for specific flowers or color schemes for a special event, please contact us.