Autumn is officially here and we are now closed down until spring. Flower stand sales and ONLINE ORDERING are over for the season, but we will be back at it in late spring 2020 with a sharper focus on cut-to-order sales!

This website is for use whether you are ordering flowers occasionally, have a special event you want flowers for, or you may want to consider a “Season Pass” for 2020. More details will follow when the new season approaches.

Thank you to all our customers; we hope to see you next year!

During the flower season, typically May – August…if you’d like flowers for a specific date/event or are simply looking for flowers for your own enjoyment order here and choose a pick up time that works for you!

You can pay by credit card or PayPal, both safe and secure.

Be sure to let us know when you want to pick up your order!

ZAWADZKI FARM does flowers differently

…and that matters!

Please keep in mind that field grown flowers are cut early in the morning for that day so they will not be quick to wilt. And we are happy to fill your flower needs but giving us advance notice is your best bet. If you want multiple flower bouquets please give us a few days notice so we can “reserve” standing stems for you!!  You can call, text, or email us or use the “order a pickup” page where you can also pay in advance by credit card.  Bear in mind, however, that our flower supply is at the mercy of Mother Nature because of our philosopy of resource conservation where we try to rely on rain rather than using potable water to irrigate the beds. In short, we sell what grows under typical conditions and do not take extreme measures to pull off a harvest, so our flower offerings can be inconsistent. HOW we grow is as important as WHAT we grow–that’s just how our small flower farm does things and we rely on customers who believe our way is the more eco-friendly way to bring beautiful, local flowers to your table!


Zawadzki Farm is a strictly SEASONAL CUT FLOWER FARM that sells only what we grow on site each season, which is typically May through  early September.  We sell a variety of flowers, trying some new varieties every season to see if they are agreeable to our growing conditions.  We use only eco-friendly products and practices for cultivation, never any pesticides or herbicides. Also, it is imperative to us that we do things in the most eco-friendly way possible; otherwise, what’s the point of sharing beautiful flowers if their production is detrimental to the Earth? Most of the ‘flower work’ is done by hand, except prepping the fields in the spring– then Big Boy Massey is on deck to plow and condition the seed beds.