It’s time to fill up that empty vase! A flower farm in Niagara will let you pick your own bouquet and there are so many different blooms to choose from.
Windecker Woods Flower Farm, which is located in Cayuga, is open seven days a week from June until October.
Upon arrival, you’ll get a pair of trimmers and a giant basket, where you can wander around the field and hand pick exactly what flowers you want in your bundle.
During August, you can spot some Zinnias and Dahlias front and center, with many different annuals and perennials joining in the colourful fun.
By September, you can also spot some new perennials blooming that will keep the fields looking full.
Cut as many flowers as you would like before wrapping them up in some paper and twine to bring home (They also have vases for purchase on-site as well).
According to the company’s website, you can pay for your blooms by cash or e-transfer before you leave.
If you want to spend more time at the farm, you can also book a picnic experience for $33 per person. You’ll get your own dedicated spot with a charcuterie-style spread and cool drinks (You do need to book this in advance).
This flower farm in Niagara also has workshops where you can learn more about the blooms and how to make the perfect bouquet. These workshops cost $40 per person and must be booked in advance as well.
Looking for more to do next time you are in the Niagara region? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s ultimate guide to the best wineries you need to try before 2022 is over.
Or, you can read our latest article about the best restaurants in Niagara that locals just won’t stop recommending to us.