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Now offering full service floral design, including bridal bouquets, bridesmaids, mothers and flower people bouquets, flower crowns, corsages and boutonnieres! Please email us to see if your date is available and for a price list. More info on bulk blooms below.

To secure your date for a u-pick visit or buckets of fresh, seasonal blooms,  please email us at ladyluckflowerfarm@gmail.com to see if your date is available.  If it is, we will send you a Paypal money request for a $50 non-refundable deposit, which reserves the flowers for your date, and is deducted from your final purchase.

You can check the Seasonal Flowers page and scroll down to the month you are inquiring about to see what flowers should be available. There are some great photos of blooms on our blog, Farm News.

 

We pick

If we pick the flowers, 5 gallon buckets of seasonal blooms are $90 each and 2 gallon buckets are $70. We require a 3 bucket minimum. Delivery fees are $1.50 a mile, beginning from Sandy Mush, NC to your site. There are about 75-100 stems per bucket, depending on the bloom. We can take some specific requests for colors and varieties, but reserve the right to pick whatever is looking lush and lovely for your day, and we can’t guarantee any specific availability. In other words, it’s best if you can be flexible, like nature!  If you are looking for specific blooms, please email us for availability and a price quote.

You pick

If you want to come out to the farm and pick your own flowers, buckets are $75 each for a 5 gallon bucket. We are now also offering a 2 gallon size bucket of smaller stems for $50. We require a 3 bucket minimum. We open the farm up for pick your own flowers in JUNE and are firm on this.  Please see the ‘Pick Your Own Flowers’ section of the site for details.

 

 

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