Flower picking season!

It’s pick-your-own flower season on the farm!

We’ll be opening the flower patch from Saturday 10th June and it will be blooming all the way through to the autumn.

Here at 5 Acre Farm, we lovingly grow seasonal cottage garden flowers using no-dig principles and without the use of artificial chemicals.
Children are welcome, bring a picnic if you wish and spend as long as you like in amongst the flowers.

Pick as much as you like from small posies to buckets-full (prices below).

You can also buy fresh vegetables from our market garden as well as teas, coffees, cakes and eggs from our onsite self-service Flower Barn.

No need to book

Just turn up when we’re open:

9.30am – 3.30pm Saturdays & Sundays from 10th June through to the autumn 🌻

Some of the flowers and foliage you will find from June:
– Cornflowers
– Snapdragons
– Nigella (or ”Love-in-a-Mist”)
– Achillea
– Salvia Viridis (or ”Painted Sage”)
– Sweet Peas
Plus, to come later in the season:
– Dahlias
– Sunflowers
– Bells of Ireland
– Cosmos
– Echinacea
– Aster
– Strawflowers
… and much more!

Our prices:

£25 for a large bucketful or £14 for a half bucket – take one of our buckets home for £5
£8 for a large jam-jarful (great for the kids) –
take one of our jars home for £2
We take cash and all major credit and debit cards.

useful to know

– No booking necessary
– Snips are provided
– Ideally, bring your own jar/bucket to transfer your flowers into for the journey home (we
can provide if need be at a low cost)
– Wear sturdy footwear, the ground is uneven
– We regret that our site is not suitable for those with impaired mobility, wheelchairs or
– Please note, we are a working farm with machinery, so please keep an eye on your children
and keep dogs on leads. Thank you 😊

Larger quantities

If you’d like to come and pick a large number of flowers (e.g. for a wedding or event), we’ll
need a bit of advance notice to ensure the flowers have recovered from the PYO so please
email us on farmer@fiveacre.farm so we can arrange the best day and time for you to

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