Photo by Donna Davis

Briar Rose Garden’s cutting garden is open to the public as a you-pick during the growing season (June-October).  We are dependent on Mother Nature as to what flowers are in bloom and when, so it is always good to check our website or call ahead for word on what’s in bloom. Call 270-202-7152, 270-779-4228, or check this website, Instagram, or our Facebook page for flower blooming schedule updates. Email us at: briarrosegarden@gmail.com

 


Frequently Asked Questions:

What are your hours? The farm is open in season (June 1-October 31) depending on Mother Nature’s schedule, and  from dawn to dusk. For florals in the off season, we can order florals not grown on the farm. Call or message us for information specific to your needs.

Where do I go? Once you arrive at Briar Rose Garden, 7791 Cemetery Rd., pull into the drive and park in the field. If you didn’t bring a bucket or scissors,  grab a bucket and scissors from the farm stand trailer.  We just ask that you return it on your next visit to the farm.

How much are flowers? Flowers are sold by the bucket or stem. A five gallon bucket of flowers is $20 if you pick, and $40 if you would like us to. Sunflowers and gladiolus (glads) are sold by the stem. Prices are posted at the stand.

I just want a bouquet. We usually have a selection of  freshly picked pre-made bouquets in the stand. If you need one or several pre-made for a special occasion and want a guarantee that there will be enough bouquets in the stand, call a day or so ahead, and we can fill your order. Prices will vary according to size. 

Where  do I pay? If you don’t see us out working in the garden, no worries.  The You-PIck  operates on the honesty system. Payment can be made at the stand. Deposit your check or cash in the honesty box.

Do you provide florals for events? Yes. For events, weddings, and other custom floral offerings, we can sit down and discuss your needs. Check, cash or credit card payment is also accepted.

Spend a few minutes or an hour or two. We opened the farm for folks to enjoy a bit of fresh country air, sunshine, and of course, flowers!

Freshly cut bouquets in the farm stand

Lavender Harvested in June. The aroma is heavenly.

 

Sunflowers fresh from the field

 

A view of zinnias and sunflowers in bloom

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