Wildflower Farm’s rustic log cabin farmhouse was erected here in Edwards, Colorado in 2001, but the building has a rich history. The old log cabin was originally constructed on a site in Virginia, and later trucked out to Colorado to be rebuilt in its current location. It includes reclaimed wood from farms in Tennessee and Nebraska. One of the building’s interior trusses bears the date 1789, so at least some of its original elements have been in use for well over two hundred years.
The antique tractor and windmill adorning our roadside garden are among Wildflower Farm’s unique property landmarks. Both were sourced from farms near Hebron, Nebraska. The tractor is a 1950 Farmall Model H tractor that has been restored and repainted its beautiful original tomato red color, and the vintage windmill stands tall out front as an indicator of our location as well as current wind conditions. Neither the tractor nor the windmill function as they once did, but they serve their current purpose well in marking the Wildflower Farm gardening and landscaping center as a special spot.
Wildflower Farm is more than a garden center - it's a place to learn, play, and grow. From helping you design and build that special place you've always dreamed of, or letting children search for the perfect pumpkin, Wildflower Farm is here to provide you with the best experience possible. We're constantly striving to enrich our customers' lives by sharing our farm and expertise. We don't stop when the snow flies - be sure to visit our fall pumpkin patch and our holiday wonderland in the winter.