Blooms by the Bucket

Five Gallon bucket of mixed seasonal blooms are available to purchase. Blooms by the Bucket are intended for you to you to order and pick up to assemble yourself. These great for DIY events: shower, graduation, retirement party, anniversary party, etc.

Availability: Early July – Early September

  • 5-gallon bucket of mixed seasonal blooms is $50.
  • If you are looking for specific blooms and/or colors, the price will increase.

A bucket will fill about 7 mason jars.

*Dahlias and sunflowers are NOT included in mixed buckets.  They will be available to purchase by the stem. Prices vary.

If you are considering either a mixed bucket or by the stem, please email us as soon as you can with a date, details of your event and the type of flowers you are looking for. You will need to put down a nonrefundable deposit of $50 applied toward your purchase to reserve your spot. In the event of unforeseen weather circumstances (tornado/hail) your deposit will be refunded. I will refund the deposit if 30 days notice is given.

Please try to be slightly flexible when it comes to specific colors and flowers.  We will try to guarantee them, but Mother Nature has the final decision on what will be blooming during your specific event.  We do recommend that you visit the farm a week in advance to see what is available and those flowers coming into bloom. Also consider making a sample bouquet by attending one of our classes. Your August shower won’t have peonies, and your July graduation won’t have dahlias.  The more flexible you are, the happier you will be with your experience. 

Please pick up your blooms 1-2 days prior to your event in order to guarantee the best looking blooms as possible on the date of the event.  We will agree on an exact date/time via email after orders are finalized.  It is important that you make an appointment and not just show up, as your flowers likely won’t be ready. 

Payment methods accepted are cash, check, venmo or paypal.

Fill out the following form to inquire about Bloom Buckets

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