Stunning Flower Farms in Connecticut – Are you looking for somewhere to spend a gorgeous summer’s day? Whether you are looking to pick your own sunflowers, zinnias, tulips, gladiolas, lilies, dahlias or lavender, we have a flower farm in CT for you!
403 Orchard Hill Rd, Pomfret Center, CT 06259
Lapsley Orchard is very proud of its history and its evolution with the times.
“The fields at Lapsley Orchard have been producing food since early colonial days. In fact, Isreal Putnam once purchased the acres in 1750 and specialized in stock raising and fruit growing. This land is still proudly feeding the community today. Present day production offers the best of a New England farm, with a retail stand offering a diversified selection of fruits and vegetables all grown on sight. Our 200 acre farm is not just a place to shop. It is local, healthy and fresh and comes with a commitment towards the highest quality produce. Our family takes great pride in the harvest of all our hard work, to place on your family’s table.”
Pick- your -own flowers runs from July to September”
894 Andrews St, Southington, CT 06489
Karabin Farms has been established since 1972, and has gone from strength to strength. They are very well known for the amazing apples from their orchards – but also, so much more!
“Today, in addition to the orchard, there are four greenhouses, 15 acres of Christmas trees, and a country Store. Besides fresh fruit and vegetables, we offer local honey, maple syrup, jams, pickles, soup mixes, and gourmet treats. All meat beef, pork, chicken, and turkeys are grown humanely right here on our farm. Process is done by “certified humane” USDA inspection facility in Vermont. We have numerous country furniture items by hand-made artisans in Pennsylvania and Maine.
We offer an extensive selection of specialty candles and soaps. Home baked pies are available August through December. Flowers are available from early April with custom designed planters available to meet the needs of your yard. In addition to Mums for fall color, we offer an extensive selection of Poinsettia’s for Christmas, wagon rides to Pick-Your-Own apples, peaches, and pumpkins. Karabin Farms provides special programs for school groups during the fall harvest.”
Spring / Summer
A wide variety of both annuals and perennial flowers
and vegetative plants are available.
12-Inch and 10-Inch are offered in mixed baskets as well as straight varieties.
All baskets are marked with tags to describe the ultimate growing environment.
Full sun, part sun, or shade.
Pots and Flats
6, 8, and 12 count flats as well as individual 4-inch, 5-inch, or 6-inch pots to mix and match your needs.
Mums by the thousands from mid-August. Our extra hardy
Belgian mums are grown in big 9-inch pots.
We start our plants in early July right here on the farm.
Available in 6-1/2-inch (1 plant), 7-1/2-inch (2 plants, 8-inch (3 plants), or 10-inch (4 plants) in red, white, and pink.
Full bloom sales begin in mid-November.”
Raspberry Knoll Farm
163 N Windham Rd, North Windham, CT 06256
Northeastern Connecticut’s “Premier Pick-Your-Own Berries, Herbs, Veggies, Flowers + more! Raspberry Knoll Farm LLC is a family run farm, owned by Mary and Pete Concklin, nestled on 65 acres in North Windham, in beautiful rural northeast Connecticut.
Want a single stem, small bouquet or large bouquet? Our Flower Field offers beautiful colorful flowers for cutting. Price is by the pound.
Are you planning a wedding or special event this summer and need flowers? We offer a wide array of colorful annuals and perennials. You cut-your-own or we will cut them for you. You make your own bouquets or we can make them for you. Price is by the pound. Additional cost for us to cut and /or to make the bouquets. For special occasions where you would like flowers on days we are closed, the flower field will be open by appointment. We also open early by appointment for cutting flowers for special events to ensure flowers are at their peak condition. Call us at 860-786-7486 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also have dried flowers for beautiful long lasting bouquets.
Our flower field will have the following annual flowers:
Ammobium, Aster, Bachelor button, Bells of Ireland, Calendula, Campanula, Celosia, Clary Sage, Cosmos, Craspedia, Dahlia, Dianthus, Didiscus, Digitalis, Eucalyptus, Gladiolus, Gomphrena, Liatris, Lisianthus, Monarda, Phlox, Queen Annes lace, Rudbeckia, Salvia, Scabiosa, Snapdragons, Statice, Strawflowers, Sunflowers, and Zinnias.
Perennials include Russian Sage, Bee Balm, and more.”
Scott’s Yankee Farmer
436 Boston Post Rd, East Lyme, CT 06333
For over a century the Scott family has owned and operated Scott’s Yankee Farmer. “Farming on over 100 acres of land we are currently located on Boston Post road in Eact Lyme, CT. While visiting our farm can meet the owners Tom and Karen Scott along with their youngest son and daughter Colin Scott and Allison Schmidt.
Tom and Karen have four children and six grandchildren. The family has made many improvements over the years! A greenhouse has been added to sell plants in the spring and pumpkins in the fall. A cider mill has also been installed, complete with glass windows so the public can watch the cider be pressed from apples grown in our orchard. We can’t forget about the donut room! If you visit our farm from June through December this is where our apple cinnamon donuts are made. People from all over come for our donuts, but that’s not all there is! Tom and Karen have put many years in to growing a wide variety of fruits and vegetables for both Pick-Your-Own and the store.” Pick your own products include:
- CUT FLOWERS
Fort Hill Farms
260 Quaddick Rd, Thompson, CT 06277
Fort Hill Farms has been “active through three generations in over 70 years. We thrive on sustainability and educating people about local farming. With over 200 milking cows, our family is very proud that the milk and cream are used in the production of Cabot Cheese and The Farmer’s Cow milk and ice cream.
In the mid 1990’s, Fort Hill Farms Gardens and Ice Creamery was established and opened to the public. With the beauty of nature and sense of tranquility, visitors can relax and absorb themselves in the peace and tranquility the colorful gardens exude. View all the breath-taking views.
Kristin Orr combines her two loves: Lavender and milk from her cows. Not only is Fort Hill Farms proud to be part of the Cabot Farm Family and The Farmer’s Cow, but Kristin also painstakingly grows organic lavender.
Kristin’s lavender contains no pesticides nor chemicals. So they are edible! She diligently and delicately cares for her lavender. At harvest time, she gathers them in bunches and hangs them to dry. Walking into her shop fills the visitor with the wonderful, calming fragrance of lavender.
So stop by the Lavender Creamery to purchase some dried lavender and gifts made from dried lavender!”
Lyman Orchards Farm Store
32 Reeds Gap Rd, Middlefield, CT 06455
Lyman Orchards really is a big deal! From a modest working farm to the huge family attraction it is today, it has much to offer families.
“In their wildest dreams, colonial farmer John Lyman and his wife, Hope, could not have envisioned the complex and diverse enterprise that would evolve from their purchase in 1741 of a 37-acre parcel of land in what is now Middlefield. Now covering more than 1,100 acres of scenic farmland, Lyman Orchards is one of the most popular family attractions in New England.
350,000 blooming Sunflowers are crafted into a unique design to create a sunflower maze. $1 from every admission supports the Connecticut Children’s Pediatric Care Unit. We want people to reach for the stars in their lives.
Lyman Orchards’ Sunflower Maze, is Connecticut’s only Sunflower Maze.
Fun facts about the Lyman Orchards sunflower maze:
• More than 350,000 red and yellow sunflowers make up this year’s maze.
• The maze is approximately 3 acres in size
• The average time to make it through the maze is about 30 minutes”
90 Foster St, South Windsor, CT 06074
The Foster Family “has farmed this land since 1790. Foster Farm was a working dairy farm until 2001. We’re proud of our farming history and now we invite you and your family to spend a day in the country. Solve the mazes, enjoy a leisurely hayride, pick a pumpkin and pet some friendly farm animals.
Our mums are some of the best in the area! We have people come back year after year saying how hardy and full our mums are! We grow nearly 5,000 mums every year in a variety of colors!
We offer two different sizes.”