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Sun, 27 Aug


Benton End Farm

PYO Dahlia field! Over 650 plants!

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PYO Dahlia field! Over 650 plants!
PYO Dahlia field! Over 650 plants!

Time & Location

27 Aug 2023, 11:00 โ€“ 13:00

Benton End Farm, Hadleigh, Ipswich IP7 5JR, UK

About the event

Love flowers?

Come and experience a flower heaven!

Book yourself on our first ever PYO flower field of gorgeous Dahlias, so many shapes, styles, colours available to you, you will be spoilt for choice!

The Dahlia flower is one of the most beautiful flowers in the world. There is something special to it that can only be described by looking at a Dahlia flower.

If a Dahlia flower was a person, it would have royal manners and graceful nature!

Looking elegant and beautiful in a vase, creating beauty and happiness at home.

So enjoy a stroll around the dahlia field, maybe take a selfie amongst the flowers! you can even bring your own picnic if you wish (2 hour slots) so you still have plenty of time to pick your flowers, but remember to bring your scissors or secateurs, a bucket so you can transport them home (we have water) and fill your soul with stunning flowers for just ยฃ2 a stem!


Scissors or secateurs

A bucket

We are happy to wrap your flowers in brown paper for free, if requested

Please note:

The ground may be uneaven, so flat shoes or boots is recommended

Jo or Carla will show you the best way to harvest dahlias for maximum stem length when you arrive, giving you extra tips on how to care for dahlias to get the maximum vase life!

Basic Toilet facilities are available onsite โœ…

Car parking onsite โœ…

Tea & Coffee - coming soon

N.B this is still a working farm I.e horses, dogs, children etc, please be aware of gates needing to be closed and respect others onsite who are part of the onsite livery yard.

Any further questions

Please do not hesitate to contact us

Jo or Carla

Benton end farm

Benton street



Tel: 07927820946


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