What is Lovely Hollow Farm?
We are a U-Pick flower and pumpkin farm in the Treasure Valley, located in Canyon County - nearby the Sunnyslope Wine Trail on the famous Chicken Dinner Road. An agrotourism farm, we are open seasonally for visitors to come pick a bucket of flowers, pumpkins and attend other special events throughout the season.
Come explore our field of blooms, pumpkin patches and special events throughout the summer fall!
I have three sizes of containers here for you to pick and make an instant bouquet in the field! Please note prices below do not include sales tax.
Mason Jar of Flowers – $27
Half Gallon – $32
Gallon including Dahlias – $37 (Most popular)
Photo shoots: You can check out my booking page for more info.
I would ask that while you’re visiting you do follow some common courtesy rules:
Lovely Hollow is not a public park. It is a privately owned business.
Paying Customers only.
Unless you have a service animal, please leave your animals at home.
Please don’t over-stuff your bucket with blooms. You’ll still leave with plenty of flowers!
After you pick your flowers, feel free to take your time admiring and snapping some photos; but be courteous when others are still picking their blooms.
Q & A
Finding The Farm
Find your way out to the farm!
There is parking on-site in the gravel lot.
I’ll get you a bucket or jar with scissors and you can get to cutting! If you want to bring your own container, you totally can. If you bring your own bucket, or bring a Lovely Hollow bucket back, there is a $2 discount! There is also a $1 discount for bringing your own jar!
I accept cash, credit, debit, Venmo, or Apple Pay!
There’s a portable toilet and fresh water on site, but it’s always a good idea to have a water bottle with you! Most days we do have refreshments, but some days we do not due to food truck schedules.
It gets warm veryquickly. Come early in the morning to have a relaxing, cool morning on the farm. Bees and pollinators are in full force at the farm. They don’t generally cause problems, but be aware when cutting flowers to not accidentally grab a bumble bee!