Pick Your Own

Pick Your Own 2023

This year we will hopefully open from June to September (weather dependant) by appointment only. We will update this page to let you know when we are open. You can book on the website shop to come and pick flowers Tuesday to Friday between the hours of 10.30am to 4.30pm, please remember this is by appointment only.

Do your own thing

Don't be constrained by what supermarkets or florists present you with. Make your own selection of flowers for a friend or for yourself, knowing that they are fresh, local and with a bit of you in them.

How it works

When you arrive, we will give you an empty container and some scissors. You can wander around our flower fields and fill your container as full as you like from just £10.00. We will then wrap up your flowers for you to take home.

Parking is limited so it is advisable to book a space for your car. Just e-mail lucy@sweetcicelyflowers.com to let me know if you are coming in the morning or afternoon.

If you are coming to see us, then here are some things to be aware of:-

Sturdy footwear is advisable, there are paths between the beds but the grass can be wet in the fields.

Our flower fields are on two levels, the lower field is flat but there is a small climb to the top flower beds. Worth it for the view!

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Pick Your Own Flowers
Field full of beautiful flowers

Children Welcome

Please supervise your children at all times.

Younger children will only be given children's scissors to cut the flowers. These may not be sharp enough to cut some flowers and therefore children may need help from an adult.

We do not use chemicals on our flowers, and although we do our best to keep on top of things, there could be some stinging nettles or thistles in the flower field.

As we grow our beautiful flowers naturally we are very pleased that there are a lot of visiting bees.

Sometimes they can be so busy that they don't notice you might be going to cut the flower they are feeding on so please be careful. There could be a small risk of being stung.


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Jug of summery flowers