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21 Petals

farm fresh flowers

Lafayette, Indiana family operated cut flower farm offering fresh bouquets, CSA's, u-pick, and more!


Succulents

Succulents.... what more can we say?!  These are such fun to grow and collect. Your succulents from 21 Petals are healthy plants  grown in high quality soil (which is really important!) so that you can enjoy them with very little care!

one succulent in a 2 inch pot
$5.00
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succulents for your pots!

Do you have a special pot you want to fill with succulents? You can purchase these for $4 each while supplies last!

to purchase succulents, please email us with requests and for invoice

2020 season is in process now!


 April 2020 update:

We have been home during this COVID-19 time since the middle of March.   Evenings and weekends have given us some time to get projects done.  The front half of the flower field has been tilled, plastic and drip tape has been laid and annual rye grass seed has been planted on the edges of each flower bed. The weather allowed for us to take thousands of small plants we had started from seed and cared for daily in our home to transplant to the field!  There is a wide variety of flowers and fillers to provide all who visit or purchase flowers from us a unique mix of local specialties.  The Nifty Hoop tunnel has been producing gorgeous ranunculus and anemone flowers in limited quantities.  There are several other spring plants that will begin to join in over the next month or so.  (some of the spring beauties include: sweet pea, larkspur, foxglove, sweet William, snapdragon, feverfew, statice, black scabiosa, bells of Ireland, stock, and more)  We added a 2nd tunnel in which additional spring stock, lisianthus, sunballs, bells of Ireland, and more will bloom as well as several specialty dahlias later this season.  We are expanding the dahlia patch as well.  Most of our tulips were ready to be pulled just in time for Easter bouquets!  Did you know that each year we plant new bulbs to provide the best cut flowers?  We appreciate all of the support of the community who purchased these from our farm.   We are excited to garden with you as you take home some of our cut flower garden starts, seeds, hanging baskets, and more!  


May, 2020:

We have enjoyed cutting and sharing the limited blooms from our tunnel that was planted in the fall and winter so far this season.  Peonies are looking ready to bloom in the next few weeks as there are many varieties to extend the season.  Tunnel flowers are also going to help us to prepare beautiful May arrangements for our 6 month CSA/bouquet club members.  We have moved the majority of our seedlings out to the tunnel and have slowed down on seed starting inside!  With the incredibly late freeze that came Friday evening before Mother's Day, we worked to do our best to cover the many rows of plants in the ground with frost protection.  We will be preparing the remainder of the field for planting soon.  That entails measuring the rows to be tilled, working the dirt with the tractor and tiller, and adding compost, laying the biodegradable plastic, and then utilizing our transplanting equipment to place the remainder of our plants into the field.  We are also succession planting several varieties of flowers to allow for the best blooms throughout the season.  John planted 11 special ordered garden roses that we look forward to including in our selections later this season.  Finally, we have been working on updating the little shed on our property near the drive that will serve as a self-serve stand where our CSA members will be able to pick up their bouquets conveniently and safely (no contact).  We really enjoyed being able to help several people in our community to get started with gardening this spring.  We also were able to share our extra dahlia tubers with 3 beginning flower farmers, the farthest from us is located in Hawaii!!!  It was really neat to know that a pieces of our farm will be growing in so many other areas this year!!  U-pick will hopefully be ready to open in late June.  We appreciate all of your messages and are equally excited to spend time outdoors in the beauty of the blooming flower farm.  


If you want to purchase gift certificates, please see the link on our page for a virtual option or email us if you prefer to pick up some in person.  Thank you for supporting our family flower farm!





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 begins with spring beauties in our tunnel followed by field grown tulips, hundreds of specialty peonies, and the field explodes in color and texture as the summer progresses.  Through the early fall, one may see all colors of sunflowers, Sweet Annie, and dahlias of many shapes, sizes, and colors put on the grand finale in our field.  

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
  • Early summer: sunflowers, 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.