The Dreamy Flower Farm In Maryland You'll Want To Visit This Spring
I am SO ready for spring. The occasional warm day here and there has my eyes peeled for blossoms on the trees and blooms underfoot. If flowers also brighten your day, consider checking out the following flower farm in Maryland. You can visit on select dates during spring and summer, which may be just what you need to get out of that winter slump. Read on for the beautiful details…
Butterbee Farm is located on the edge of Baltimore.
This sustainable flower farm flourishes during late spring through early autumn, and it's truly a stunning sight.
Butterbee Farm provides flowers for local florists, or for DIY brides looking to make their own one-of-a-kind bouquets.
There's plenty of variety, from pastel pops of color...
...to serene succulents.
Although there aren't opening visiting hours, you can head here for select classes and tours.
Learn how to make whimsical head crowns on April 27th or attend the Cutting Garden Plant Sale on May 4th.
...or take a once-a-month tour. For this year's tour dates,
The farm looks different each month as new crops grow in, so feel free to visit during all tour dates! You'll always experience something new.
This is one Maryland gem you'll want to see in person.
500 Tristam Lane
Baltimore, MD 21208
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