HOUSTON – Fall is in the air, and as we say goodbye to summer’s beautiful daisies, we say hello to fall’s sweet alyssums and marigolds. The sweet colors of fall -- orange, yellow and amber -- can bring life to any room or garden.
Whatever your blooming pleasure, read on to find out where you can take a sniff of your favorite fall flowers.
Get down and corny at Froberg Farm’s Tenth Annual Corn Maze and Fall Festival. After braving the corn maze, flower lovers can pick their favorite blooms until their cup runneth over at the flower garden. Guests should keep their eyes peeled for the tallest and brightest flower in the field at the Sunflower Trail. The Fall Festival is open for everyone to enjoy until Nov. 6.
When: Sept. 24 through Nov. 6
Where: 3601 West Hwy 6, Alvin, Texas, 77511
You can do more than smell the flowers at this flower farm. The Flower Child and Urban Farm delivers locally grown flowers throughout Greater Houston that are always in season. Groups of up to eight can also make beautiful centerpieces in their flower arranging classes. Flower lovers can get creative in their watercolor and potpourri-making classes. Classes are available by appointment only. Please email email@example.com to schedule.
When: Appointment only
Where: 10401 Scott St., Houston, Texas 77051
Enjoy family fun, activities, pumpkins, and flowers at the Dewberry Farm Fall Festival. The farm has sunflowers and zinnias of every color available for picking. Do not be surprised if butterflies are fluttering around. They love zinnias as much as we do. The Fall Festival ends Nov. 13. Tickets can be purchased online at dewburyfarm.com.
When: Sept. 24 to Nov. 13
Where: 7705 FM 362, Brookshire, Texas 77423
Three cheers for fall flowers and Atascocita Lake Houston Florist. This flower shop encourages guests to ‘Say it with Flower.’ The fall-colored flowers in this shop are sure to bring warmth and happiness to everyone they encounter.
When: Open year-round. Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Where: 5766 FM 1960 Road East, Humble, Texas
Where will you be getting your fall flowers from? Let us know where in the comments below.