Things to Do: Flower Picking Around Auburn

Spring. It’s the perfect time to add some fresh blooms to your everyday décor. Actually, it’s the perfect time to add flower picking around Auburn to your to-do list and enjoy time outdoors while creating a natural bouquet!

Where to pick flowers

Later this spring, Circles of Colors opens to the public for flower picking around Auburn with a vibrant selection of zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, lilies and much more.

For now, the hours will be limited to weekends only, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., weather permitting. Circles of Colors is a family-owned u-pick flower farm just outside of Auburn in Notasulga.

With three acres dedicated to growing wildflowers and other favorites, there are hundreds of colorful choices. Prices range from $1.25 per stem to $5 for a bunch. But beyond picking a bouquet, Circle of Colors includes a repurposed country store.

Visitors will find unique, handcrafted jewelry in the gift shop. What’s more, a portion of the proceeds are donated to animal rescue and cancer research charities.

Another new flower farm, Glory Be Farms, recently celebrated its grand opening on March 3rd with a tulip picking event. In fact, the first weekend was so successful, the farm is now out of tulips, which means spring picking has come and gone!

However, Glory Be Farms will be open for summer flower picking around Auburn later this year. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for more news on the summer season.


For spring flower picking around Auburn, head to Circle of Colors, located at 7887 Alabama Highway 199 in Notasulga. Connect with the Circle of Colors on Facebook and Instagram for updates, special events and more.

And get ready for those summer blooms at Glory Be Farms, located at 7505 Heath Road in Auburn.


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