Locally grown in Jackson, Tennessee

Forked Deer Flower Farm

Picture yourself waking up each week to a fresh bouquet of hand-selected tulips, each one a masterpiece in its own right. From the classic elegance of traditional varieties to the whimsical allure of rare cultivars, our Tulip Subscription promises a kaleidoscope of colors and shapes that will inspire and delight.

Fresh Cut Flowers

Welcome to Forked Deer Flower Farm, where we cultivate the essence of spring in every stem. Nestled along the fertile banks of the Forked Deer River in Jackson, Tennessee, our farm is a haven for tulip enthusiasts seeking blooms that surpass the ordinary.

Experience the joy of locally grown tulips with our exclusive Tulip Subscription Pre-Order. Each spring, we invite you to embark on a floral journey unlike any other, as we deliver weekly bouquets bursting with ten distinct varieties of tulips handpicked from our fields.

What sets Forked Deer Farm tulips apart? It’s more than just their striking beauty – it’s a culmination of meticulous care, rare cultivars, and the bounty of our rich soil. Our blooms boast an unparalleled size, with petals unfurling to reveal an array of vibrant colors that dance in the sunlight. But it’s not just about appearances – the delectable fragrance that fills the air whispers tales of the land’s bounty, captivating your senses with each delicate breath.

Unlike mass-produced, store-bought tulips, our flowers are a testament to the artistry of nature and the dedication of our farmers. With every subscription, you’re not just receiving a bouquet – you’re joining a community passionate about supporting local agriculture and savoring the simple pleasures of life.

Indulge in the luxury of Forked Deer Flower Farm tulips and let the beauty of spring flourish in your home. Join our Tulip Subscription Pre-Order today and revel in the splendor of Tennessee-grown blooms that are truly a cut above the rest.

Forked Deer Flower Farm

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