Heritage Flower Farm
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Heritage Flower Farm is located in Mukwonago, WI, just off Interstate 43, meaning it’s easy to stop by for a visit. We have large fields with over 1000 types of plants to see and for groups of five or more we offer guided tours through the perennials.
Our hard-working team consists of experts in Wisconsin native plants, meaning we know what will and won’t grow where you live. At Heritage Flower Farm we can also provide plenty of local advice for dealing with a garden or farm in Wisconsin weather.
Heritage plants, sometimes known as heirlooms, are a type of plant that no longer grows “in the wild”. We keep them as heirlooms of an older time (hence the name) and encourage them to grow as they did all the way back when America was still a British colony. At one time, heirlooms were used as a source for food or even medicine along with the more familiar task of providing pleasant scents and sights. To have a garden of heritage plants is to watch history grow.
Our Native Wisconsin plants are an even closer part of history. We offer a wide variety of these plants and our expert gardeners can describe how best to use them. That’s right, these pretty flowers are for more than just bouquets! Stop by Heritage Flower Farm to learn what secrets are hiding in your garden. You might find a perfect cooking ingredient or a new tea flavor has been growing under your feet this whole time.
One of the greatest benefits of Wisconsin Native plants is that they were meant to grow here! Whether in our Mukwonago fields or in your private garden, these plants thrive in Wisconsin. Come visit us at Heritage Flower Farm to see for yourself.
Throughout the summer planting season we offer a wide range of workshops on how to create and maintain a beautiful garden. If you have a group of five or more, you can even arrange a private workshop with your Circle of Friends. At Heritage Flower Farms, we cover topics from attracting butterflies to making your garden sustainable to last through the Wisconsin winter. Contact us to find out more about our Mukwonago workshops.
On top of our Mukwonago location, we are able to ship certain plants all over the United States. If you live in sunny California or humid Florida, we can still help you expand your garden and provide expertise on how to care for your new plant. In fact, some of our plants have found homes in the Smithsonian National Garden in Washington, D.C. and Canada’s Royal Botanical Garden.