Cut your own

Casa Niya is a busy working farm and also where our family lives. For the safety and comfort of our guests and family members, Cut-Your-Own is only open on selected Sundays during summer months and by pre-booking through our website. We accept a maximum of 10 visitors in every 1.5-hour time slot to ensure a most enjoyable experience. There are picnic tables and bouquet-making stations for you to take a break or try your creativity skills on the spot! There are also photo-taking backdrops for you to snap a picture and share your beautiful bouquets on social media. Remember to tag us at @casaniyafarm; we love seeing your artwork!

Flower Field
Flower Closeup

We want you to have the best experience here and bring home gorgeous long-lasting flowers. We will greet you at the farm stand after you park your vehicle, set your tools up and provide you with a how-to lesson on harvesting and handling fresh flowers if you haven’t had a chance to go through the tips. We will also be around to answer any of your questions about flowers and bouquet-making techniques!

Have Fun!


  • $35 Cut-Your-Own ticket for 1.5 hours on the farm. The ticket includes one person’s admission and 25 flower stems of your choice (any focal flowers, fillers and foliage);
  • $5 admission fee for each additional person accompanying you. Free admission for children under 5 years old;
  • $2 for a one-quart mason jar (optional); 
  • For larger quantities of flowers, please contact us and make a private booking.

What to bring

  •  You can bring your favourite clippers and vessels to hold your stems. If you don’t have those with you, no worries, you can borrow our clippers and purchase a 1-quart mason jar at the farm stand;
  • If the weather warrants it, bring sunscreen, a sunhat and most importantly, bug spray;
  • You may bring your own snacks and soft drinks but we urge you to keep the property clean for other visitors to enjoy as well;
  • Comfortable closed toed shoes are best suited for the terrain condition on the farm.

Casa Niya is our home

Please be respectful of our property. While you are on the farm, your safety is foremost important to us.
Please read the following before you book the visit: 


  • Be mindful of traffic when you enter and exit the property
  • Keep your pets at home or in the vehicle during your visit
  • Do not smoke on the property or leave trash behind
  • Be mindful of how you use the clippers as they are sharp
  • Watch your step when you walk on the farm as the terrain is uneven
  • Be mindful that there are flower-loving insects and small garden animals
  • Keep your kids close. We have an unsupervised pond on the property
  • Stay in the flower field area and do not venture into the woods
  • Stay on the paths and do not step into the flower beds
  • Be gentle with plants and do not cut the white supporting net
  • Note certain beds could be closed for picking due to plants rejuvenating
  • Only stay for the timeslot you booked
  • There is no public washroom on the property

How to harvest and handle cut flowers for the longest vase life

  • Make sure your clippers are clean
  • Cut the flowers at their right stages
  • Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle to increase water uptake
  • Remove foliage on stems that will be below the water
  • Place the stems in clean water and bring them into the shade
  • Display your flowers avoiding direct sun, hot or cold drafts and fruits
  • Re-cut the stems every 2-3 days and refill the vase with fresh water
  • Use flower food to prolong vase life