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Pick Your Own Flowers

Take  time out of your busy day and stop by Family Tree Farm to pick your own flowers or pick up a bouquet of fresh cut local flowers for your yourself, friend, loved one or just because!  We are located in the beautiful rolling hills of York County PA.   
 

Give  yourself a few moments of therapy or that little bit of peace you've  been searching for by walking through our You Cut Flower Garden and  choose the flowers that speak to you.  We supply everything you need to  cut and carry home.  The container will hold approximately 40 to 50 stems.  Price is $12 for a mixed container!  Please ask about our special pricing if you choose to pick a specific variety of flowers.
 

If you are in a hurry, we have stems and freshly created bouquets available. Open early July thru September. Mornings are always best for cutting.  

Please Note:  This is a working farm.  Please dress accordingly for outdoor activities:  Closed toe shoes are always best anytime you visit the farmThere  may be uneven surfaces and there are bees.  They love our flowers too  and are great pollinators! Sunscreen, bug spray and a hat and a bottle  of water are a good idea.  The flower garden is in full sun.  


For the safety of our customers, No Pets Allowed in the PYO Flower Garden

PYO Flower Hours:

Hours:

Thursdays & Fridays - 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Saturdays - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Sundays - 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Mornings are always best for cutting!  

Please arrive at least one hour before closing.

Please check Facebook for any schedule changes. 

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Pick a Container of Flowers

We  supply the container,  scissors and hydrated water. The recycled container is almost one gallon. Fill it as full as you want with a big bold mixed bouquet of flowers!  Container will hold approximately 40 to 50 stems! Take the can home - it makes it easy to transport your flowers! 


If you would like to pick a container of one particular flower, please ask - pricing will be different!  



"Every flower must grow through dirt." - Laurie Jean Sennott