Terra Farms lets you choose and organize your own flower bouquets for $ 15


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Terra Farms in York County, Pa., is changing the game of flower arranging. Dreamed up by Lori and Andy Snyder, the 34-acre farm allows guests to enter on special “U-Pick” days where they invite locals and tourists to explore the gardens, cut fresh flowers from their land and DIY eye-catching bouquets. .

“We tend to call ourselves ‘farmer-florists’,” said Lori, from North Dakota, told York Daily News. “People can come here and choose. But I also really liked the florist side of the business, and wanted to use 100% my own flowers instead of buying flowers that were stolen from who knows where.

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The $ 15 containers can be filled to the brim with flowers of your choice and can usually make 2-3 bouquets (that’s about $ 5 each!). If you want even more flowers, you can buy a larger bucket for $ 40 which will give you around 5-6 bouquets.

You don’t have to dive straight into the on-site arrangements, of course, but there is a garden table nook for you to design your own original bouquets. Not exactly a floral expert? Lori will be there to help you turn your chosen flowers into masterpieces – and if you’re short on time, there are pre-designed bouquets for sale as well.

Keep in mind that this is a working farm which means there is mud, uneven ground and yes a few farm animals are roaming around.

The U-Pick stand is open from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Thursdays and from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

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