Farm Stand Location
4409 Hartis Grove Church Rd
Indian Trail NC 28079
Open Saturdays 8–7
The farm stand is a drive-up, self-serve farm stand. The farm stand is located in front of one of our flower fields. We love that our customers get to see where their flowers are grown as they pick out their bouquets. We accept cash or Venmo at the farm stand.
We try to keep our customers updated via Instagram as to the number of bouquets left and the selection available each week.
Our Subscription bouquets are slightly larger than farm stand bouquets. You can pick up your bouquet at the farm on the 2nd Saturday of each month (unless otherwise notified). If you’re unable to pick up your bouquet or cannot reschedule a pick up with in 2 days then your bouquet will be donated.
In addition, if you would like your subscription delivered, the delivery fee is $15 within 15 miles of the farm stand
March – seasonal mixed bouquet
April – seasonal mixed bouquet
May – seasonal mixed bouquet
June – seasonal mixed bouquet
June – seasonal mixed bouquet
July – seasonal mixed bouquet
Aug – seasonal mixed bouquet
Sept – seasonal mixed bouquet
Subscriptions are $80 for 4 months and you get 1 bouquet a month.
If you sign up for both subscriptions you get 1 bouquet a month for 7 months for $150.
Our Flower Story
We started growing flowers along with our vegetables. The flowers quickly spread and took over the vegetable garden. We researched, took some online classes and absorbed as much flower farming information as we could find. We have learned that in 2022 the US imported $3.3 billion in cut flowers. This number translates to about 80% of all cut flowers sold in the US are imported. *Data from Utah State University Extention Applied Economics.* These imported flowers have a large CO2 footprint and significant pesticide residue. In comparison, our locally grown flowers have a low CO2 footprint, no pesticide residue and a much longer vase life. The challenge and the beauty of growing flowers enticed us into the cut flower business. It starts with seed starting, to soil management, to bed prep, field planting and ultimately harvesting the final product. The flowers are definitely an intense labor of love. We hope that our flowers can bring our customers a sense of peace & joy.
To be a flower farmer, one must actually sell your crop of flowers. To sell our flowers we decided to sell seasonal mixed bouquets. Bob built and installed the farm stand. 2023 was our first year selling retail bouquets from our self-serve farm stand. The farm stand was very well received in our community. The community has been very supportive of our locally grown cut flowers. Many customers even asked for “a la cart” bouquets. Once again the flower production expanded. We are grateful and excited about providing more locally grown cut flowers to our community. You can find our flower farming journey on our YouTube channel Heritage Creations Cut Flowers.