Fresh Local Flowers
A Love For Growing
Our love for growing started when our kids were little. We started growing a few vegetables in a garden box we made in the tiny backyard of our first Colorado home. Their excitement every time we harvested vegetables or planted seeds was contagious, so every year the garden got bigger and we added new things. Now that our kids are older, we're able to grow a lot more with the help of a lot of hands! Stacey's recent urge to tap into her creative-artistic side, to connect more with the natural world, and to carry on her late Grandpa's love for growing dahlias, led her to enroll in the Floret Online Workshop where she learned how to start a small-scale flower farm. We've added a flower field, a peony field, a shade garden, many perennial beds, and a pumpkin patch to our growing mix. We've been able to grow thousands of flowers to share with our community! Our flowers are available through our subscriptions, for purchase from our roadside flower stand (a.k.a. The Flower House), by the bucket, or by special order. We also supply flowers to local businesses and restaurants.
Our flowers are grown as organically as possible. We never use harsh chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides, and we strive to use only organic products. We compost all our food scraps, garden debris, leaves, and chicken waste and use them as food for the flower field and gardens. We care deeply about our health, your health, and the health of our beautiful planet, and we hope to have an impact on making it a better, healthier, and more beautiful place!
At Slupik MiniFarm we grow flowers that are unique and impressively beautiful. We strive to find varieties and colors that are special and elegantly stunning. Because we sell our flowers locally, we are able to grow flowers and varieties you won't find elsewhere.
In spring, you can expect loads of unique specialty double and peony-style tulips, fragrant narcissus and hyacinths, elegant Hellebores, stunning ranunculus and anemones, giant delphinium and alliums.
Summer brings armfuls of peonies, colorful snapdragons and poppies, eye-catching Bells of Ireland, giant sunflowers and zinnias, papery strawflowers, cottage garden cosmos, and vibrant pincushion scabiosa.
Late summer and into fall is when our favorite and largest crop, the dahlias, comes into full bloom. We grow hundreds of varieties in every shape, size and color, and we are excited to constantly add and try new varieties of these crowd-pleasers. Fall also brings a lot of textural beauty into the mix - eucalyptus, cardinal basil, stonecrop, hyssop, grasses, and other beautiful things we can also dry to make the season last a little longer.
Our flowers are all field grown, so our season is in the hands of the Mother Nature. Spring flowers typically start early April, and they end in the fall once we get our first frost, usually early October.
We offer a Spring and Fall Flower Subscription, as well as a Peony Subscription. Each season, subscribers get a weekly bouquet of the best of our beautiful, unique blooms from that season.
Our Spring Subscription starts in mid-late April and runs for six weeks. Spring flowers include many varieties of unique specialty double and peony-style tulips, hyacinth, alliums, anemone, and more.
The Fall Subscription is filled with many beautiful varieties of dahlias, and also includes zinnias, strawflowers, cosmos, eucalyptus, and more. The Fall Subscription starts at the beginning of August and runs for eight weeks.
Spring and fall flowers subscriptions come arranged in a glass vase for you to pick up and enjoy.
The Peony Subscription runs for four weeks in June and includes a wrapped bouquet of assorted peonies harvested fresh from our peony field each week.
Flower subscriptions are picked up at the farm in Niwot on Mondays from 4:00 to 6:00. Click here to get more information and to enroll in a flower subscription today!
The Flower House
Stop by and visit our self-serve flower stand, also known as The Flower House! From Spring through Fall, we have fresh flower bouquets and arrangements, plant starts, eggs, and other beautiful things out for purchase at the corner of our property. We also have handmade cards and other artwork, perfect for pairing with flowers as a gift for someone special! Our selection is different every day!
The Flower House is located at the corner of Niwot Road and Redwing Place (just east of 63rd) in Niwot, CO. It's open most Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 10 to 6, April through September. Look for our sign out on Niwot Road. Occasionally we open on irregular days for holidays or when we have extra flowers. Follow us on Facebook or Instagram for updates on our hours.
The Flower House operates on the honor system. We accept cash, Venmo, and PayPal for payment. Please do your part to keep the stand open by paying for items before removing them from the stand.
Don't see something you're looking for? Contact us and we're happy to help!
Nothing can brighten a special occasion, lift a person's spirit, or spark joy better than a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Dinner parties, birthdays, graduations, grievances, holiday gatherings, special events, family reunions, wedding parties, a simple gift for a friend or loved one...whatever the occasion, we can help! Options for custom flowers include wrapped bouquets, mason jar arrangements, centerpieces, larger arrangements in varying sizes, or simple tied bouquets for dances or backyard weddings. We can also work with you if you have your own vessels to fill with flowers or if you're looking for something different.
Our pricing guideline is below.
Please note: We require at least 24 hours notice to pull together a custom bouquet, more for larger orders/events. The more time you can give us, the better we can accommodate your preferences! We can only accept orders through our website or email. We cannot take orders through social media.
Contact us to see how we can help with your next special occasion or event!
Buckets of Flowers
We also offer buckets of assorted flowers for those who wish to do their own arranging!
Mixed buckets contain an assortment of flower varieties, sizes, and colors, depending on what's blooming at the time. Mixed buckets are available May thru September. We also offer dahlia buckets in August & September.
All of our flowers are field-grown, so we can only offer what's in season at the time you pick up your bucket!
If you require specific colors or flower types, we require at least a week's notice so that we can harvest accordingly.
Click here to order your flower bucket through our online store. (Buckets are only available for purchase during flower season.)
*If you return your bucket for us to re-use, we will trade you for a small bouquet of flowers!
Flowers For Local Businesses
We also work with local businesses to meet their flower needs. From restaurants and bars to stores and coffee shops, we can work with you to brighten your space with flowers! Our flowers are unique and create quite a buzz when displayed in beautiful spaces! We can provide buckets of stems for you to place in your own vessels, we can arrange them for you, or we can provide arrangements of any size, for your tabletops, storefront, checkout areas, etc.
We also supply flowers to florists and designers looking for local or unique flowers. Bunches, single stems, or buckets - we can help you out!
Let us know what you're thinking and we can work together to come up with a solution that works for your business' needs!
Custom Flower Pricing Guideline
(For Farm Pick-Up)
Mason Jar Arrangements
Small (pint size) $20
Large (quart size) $30
Small (4x6 white ceramic vase, slightly bigger than a mason jar) $40
Large Statement Piece $80+
Medium (white ceramic 5" cylinder vase) $55
Large (white ceramic 6" cylinder vase) $75
Backyard Bridal Bouquet $125
Homecoming/Prom Handheld Bouquet $40
Mixed Flower Bucket $90
Dahlia Bucket $60
To maximize the life of your cut flowers, follow these simple guidelines:
Provide them with clean water daily or every other day.
Remove any leaves that are below the surface of the water to keep the water clean.
Occasionally snip off their ends to allow them to continue drinking. Cutting the stems at an angle will help them to absorb water better.
Display them in a cool place out of direct sunlight to keep them from wilting.
Keep them away from ripening fruit, as the ethylene gas emitted from ripening fruit can be detrimental to some flowers.
Remove dead or wilting leaves and stems to keep the rest of the bouquet fresh.
Put them in a place where you see them often to maximize enjoyment!
In Loving Memory
For Grandpa, whose laughter, kind & gentle soul, and strong work ethic inspire us everyday.