Don't let summer lovin' happen so fast. Instead, spend your days in endless fields at Garden Sweet in Colorado. With lush fruit, vibrant flowers, and home-grown veggies, this is one garden you'll want to visit.

About 65-miles from Denver, Garden Sweet, is a sustainable farm in Fort Collins, Colorado.

From July - September, you and your friends can hit the road and take a trip to the farm to pick your own flowers. With seasonal blooms and rows upon rows of buds, it's the best way to get your garden fix.

For a $5 entry fee, you'll get access to vibrant, bountiful fields where you can fill up a cup or bucket with fresh flowers. 

Bouquet cups are $10, or if you're hungry for all of the blooms, opt to fill up an entire bucket for $30. We be-leaf that any choice is the right one. 

While you're there, you can also pick out your own produce. Berry pickin' is through June - September and includes a variety of fresh strawberries and raspberries. It's berry cool

Flower pickin' season will be open for members and non-members Tuesday - Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

And if you're not up for finding your own blooms, no fret. You can purchase pre-arranged bouquets that are freshly cut.

Sunflowers, dahlias, and daisies are some of the many blooms you can pick.

It's the perfect place to take your friends for a BFF getaway or if you need some R&R in nature. 

Celebrate the beginning of summer by stopping and smelling the roses literally. Sunflower season is almost upon us, and we couldn't be more excited. 

Garden Sweet Flower Picking 

Price: $5 entry per person

When: July - September 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Address: 719 W. Willox Ln., Fort Collins, CO

Why you need to go: You can pick your own flowers and take a bouquet home. 


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