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Flower Field In North Carolina Offers Picturesque Views Of Mountains

If frolicking through a meadow full of flowers is your ideal way of spring appreciation, there's a place for you nearby. From sunflowers to lavender and everything in between, you can become one with nature at this massive flower field in North Carolina. You might feel like a princess in a fairytale as you explore its beauty surrounded by mountains.

Lady Luck Flower Farm in Leicester (about 20 miles from Asheville) is what some might say is a magical paradise straight out of a dream.

Lady Luck combines nature, art, ceremony and ritual to fulfill its mission of connecting people with nature, building community and celebrating life.

The farm, which is also a scenic wedding venue, is comprised of vast, wide-open space surrounded by peaceful farmland, lush green forestry and sweeping views of the Southern Appalachian Mountains in the distance.

You'll find acres of vibrant, in-season botanical wonder in the fields that boast dozens upon dozens of floral varieties and medicinal herbs.

In the spring, you can explore unique selections including tulips, lilac, crimson clover, bachelor buttons, narcissus, pussy willow, dutch iris and much more.

As the seasons change, new blossoms grace the terrain, changing the landscape's color throughout the summer and fall. 

The experts at the rustic family-owned farm combine sustainability and eco-consciousness to create one-of-a-kind floral arrangements for weddings and events.

They even host community u-pick events so you can pluck your own custom creations, in addition to hands-on workshops and even farm dinners.

This can be the perfect opportunity to add a pop of color to any space in your home. 

You can stay up-to-date with happenings and pricing on their official events page on their official website. 

Lady Luck Flower Farm

Price: Free

Address: 55 Lanzi Ledge Rd., Leicester, NC

Why You Need To Go: Explore massive fields of flowers throughout every season while enjoying panoramic views of the Southern Appalachian mountaintops.