Independence Day Weekend

As we move into the true summer months we are happy to report we are seeing sunflowers, celosia, stock, gladiolas, marigolds as well as our zinnias, cosmos, rudebeckia (black-eyed Susans) and Shasta daisies beginning to make their appearances.

We continue to care for our flowers and atemp to keep up with their water needs. The prolonged dry and hot periods are problematic. Please forgive us for the brown lawn and some flower loss as we battle the beetles and the dry, hot weather.

All blooms can be cut but please ensure you leave enough of the young plant when cutting to allow plant to re-grow. As they mature these plants will begin to offer considerable quantity.

Future offerings will include the above flowers as well as coneflowers, lime-light hydrangea, red hot poker; hot lips and our dahlias. Another couple of weeks should start to see the 6 rows of dahlias in all their splendor.

What’s Happening

The lull between our peonies and early bloomers in mid-May and our summer bloomers in late June is finally ending. We are happy to report we are seeing zinnias, cosmos, rudebeckia (black-eyed susans) and Shasta daisies beginning to make their appearances.

Most of our plants are now in the ground for the season. We continue to weed, water, feed and otherwise care them as they prepare to show their full glory. Our current offerings include yarrow of multiple colors; larkspur; butterfly weed; lilies; hydrangea; and the previously mentioned rudebeckia; daisies, zinnias, snapdragons and cosmos along with various greens.

All blooms can be cut but please ensure you leave enough of the young plant when cutting to allow plant to re-grow. As they mature these plants will begin to offer considerable quantity.

Future offerings will include the above flowers as well as celosia, sunflowers, echinachia, glads, marigolds, lime-light hydrangea, red hot poker; hot lips; and others blooming as they mature.

Our dahlias will begin to flower in late July/early August and be glorious throughout the fall.

We normally offer 3 container sizes: small, medium and large but have only placed our bouquet cups out due to the limited number of blooms currently offered.

Small bouquet cups are $10 per cupful.
Medium bouquet cups are $15 per cupful.
Pail sized buckets are $30 per pail full. (Not currently available.)

We are a self-service operation. You should find clippers, containers, and water with which you can collect the flowers you prefer. Payment is on the honor system.  Payment is cash or check (Fields of Flowers) and should be placed in cash jar on table.  If you find you do not have proper payment, please send a check to:

Fields of Flowers
37879 Allder School Rd.
Purcellville, VA 20132

Please note: As a Loudoun County agricultural operation, we do not assume any liability for injuries or other difficulties you may have while visiting our property. We ask that you do not allow children to climb on the tractors or other equipment for their safety.