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As a FREE GIFT, you will receive downloadable, printable Worksheets and a Plan:       

"5 SECRETS FOR INTENTIONAL LIVING".

If you have ever felt overwhelmed, stressed or exhausted, you need this guide! And seriously... who doesn't get geeked about printables?!? You're going to love it.


COME.

Looking for a fun outing with the kids? Want to meet up with your girlfriends for a relaxing evening? Or maybe you desperately need some alone time? Welcome. This is just the right place. You're invited.

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CUT.

We'll show you how to cut and create the perfect bouquet or floral arrangement. We have over 100 different flower varieties to delight your senses. Take your time. Get lost in the beauty. It will take your breath away.

CONNECT.

Spend quality time with family and friends while you cut and arrange flowers. Connect with "your people". Become part of the Three Acre Farm community, a group of like-minded people who value what YOU value.

REFRESH. RECENTER. RENEW.

Life today can be frantic.

It's so easy to become overwhelmed, overscheduled, overstimulated...need I go on? I know, friend. I've been there.

You long for a space to slow down and reconnect. A place to refresh, recenter and renew.

Here at Three Acre Farm, we have created a space to do just that.

Come on over. The farm is inviting and welcoming, a place to:

  • gather with your loved ones
  • connect with others in your community
  • celebrate the beauty of the natural world

I can't wait to connect with you.

MEET YOUR FARMER

When my husband and I bought this 3 acre farm in 2010, we had a vision to share the beauty and joy of our farm with the people in our community. That day has finally come and we are SO excited you are here!

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Like you, we deeply value:

  • family

  • friendship

  • faith

  • community

  • stewardship

  • health

In fact, it was those values that inspired us to leave our life in the suburbs and dive into the world of farming.

We longed to create a life centered on loving God, people, animals and the earth. We desired safe, healthy food and flowers, grown in ways that heal, not harm.

Prior to becoming a mother and farmer, I was an Art teacher. I love to use my art skills, teaching background and gardening knowledge to help you cultivate beauty, goodness and health in your own life.

I'm a busy mother too. I know that life can feel rushed and crazy... yet empty and hollow at the same time. When I'm out in the garden, though... time slows down and feelings of peace, clarity and purpose overwhelm me. 

The transformation is incredibly healing. I want you to experience this too!

I can't wait to meet you and share the joy of Three Acre Farm! This is where I feel whole, grounded and connected. I think you will too.

-Lori


VISIT THE FARM

 

Option One -The "Short and Sweet" Visit

Love shopping at a Farmer's Market, but can't always make it during the short time window? In a hurry? We've got you covered! Stop by our Self-Serve Farm Stand at your convenience. It's open dawn to dusk, 7 days a week during the growing season.

On the Farm Stand, you will find:

  • Plant Starts

  • Produce

  • Cut Flowers by the stem

  • Grab-and-Go bouquets

Click here for directions and more information!

 

Option Two -The "Relax and Linger" Visit

The U-Pick Flower Garden is open to the public on select days. We will be available to help you craft your own stunning cut flower arrangement and answer your questions. Bring your family or a friend, and spend some quality time together... or simply enjoy some much needed alone time.

  • Wednesday: 9-12pm

  • Friday: 9-12PM

  • Saturday: 9-12 pm

****Hours subject to change, depending on the weather. CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE for updates before planning your visit!***

Click here for more info about the U-Pick Flower Garden!


What can your eyes desire to see,
your ears to hear,
your mouth to taste,
or your nose to smell
that is not to be had in a garden?
— William Lawson, 1618