CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC FOR THE 2023 SEASON
FRESH & DRIED CUT FLOWERS
LOCALLY GROWN IN BIGGAR, SK
Boondock Flower Farm is a small scale, seasonal flower farm nestled in the scenic ‘boonies’ north of Biggar, Saskatchewan.
We grow a large variety of annual and perennial specialty cut flowers, most of which we start from seed. We also grow many of our flowers from bulbs, corms, and tubers that we plant in the ground. Our short, Zone 3 growing season in Saskatchewan runs from May to September. Most of our flowers are grown in the field, except for a small growing area in a hoophouse (unheated greenhouse).
In May we will have over 20,000 tulips blooming, as well as several hundred daffodils and alliums.
In June, after the spring bulbs are done, we have invested heavily in ranunculus and anemones leading us into July, when the other summer annuals begin to bloom.
Our garden will be at it’s peak in August and early September- sunflowers, lisianthus, zinnias, dahlias, grasses and so many other flowers you need to see to believe.
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Slow Flowers Movement
There is a movement happening across North America right now, where consumers are searching for and embracing locally grown, seasonal flowers.
And in response, there are an increasing number of small farmers committed to producing high quality, local blooms.
We are proud to be apart of this vibrant and beautiful community.