SPRING Farm Tour
FARM TOUR IS NOW SOLD OUT
Come let me show you around the farm for our first tour at the new farm!
In 2020 we shifted from our small Stratford plot to our new forever 10 acre farm in Tikorangi. The last couple or so years we've been busy setting up the new farm, adding tunnels, expanding our growing area, tweaking our propagation space, and growing all the most beautiful flowers we can get our hands on! Now that we're starting to feel a bit more settled in, we're offering a guided tour around our flower field, to share what we've been up to, what & how we're growing, and what we'll be working on next.
Spring is filled with the most magical flowers of the season, I pretty much live all year dreaming of ranunculus season! We'll be letting the tunnels full of flowers flush out for the Tour & Open Day, so it'll be the most magically beautiful experience!
Tour starts at 10am Saturday 8th October and should last about an hour-ish
Tour spaces are limited so pre-booking is essential! - SOLD OUT
*Tour spaces are non-refundable, but you are more than welcome to transfer to a friend if you can't make it.
You'll also have first dibs to browse our pop-up farm shop before our big Open Day starts in the afternoon.
If you miss out on the tour you can join us for our Open Day in the afternoon:
SPRING OPEN DAY
1pm – 3pm
$5 entry - children 12 & under are free
Pre-orders not necessary, just pay on entry.
Come wander the flower field in its last big flush hurrah of all the most glorious early spring flowers! We'll be letting our tunnels of ranunculus + anemones + poppies all the other tidbits we're growing flush open, so you can experience the magic of spring in full bloom!
We'll also set up a Pop-up Farm Shop full of Seeds, Dahlia tubers, Plants & Flowers so you can have a little bit of magic to take home with you!
The field is pram friendly on our big main grass paths, but our paths in the tunnels will be too tight.
Cash and Cards (with chips/paywave) accepted on the day.
Where to find us
276 Tikorangi Road East
The driveway is a little drive-past-able with our big (messy) hedge at the front and our awol mailbox, but we're the driveway on the right hand side of the two. Tour attendees can park on the grass to the right of the drive before the shed, and then if that fills up on the Open Day, we'll open up the paddock down the back of the farm (which the cows have unfortunately just been in so make sure to bring suitable footwear :)