Group Tours of Calhoun Flower Farms

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Group Tours of Calhoun Flower Farms

Group Tours of Calhoun Flower Farms

By Calhoun Flower Farms

When and where

Date and time

Saturday, May 27 · 8 - 9:15am MDT


La Mesa Disclosed in email La Mesa, NM 88044

Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

Join a group tour of Calhoun Flower Farms on the last Saturday of the month until the end of our blooming season! 1 hour and 15 minute guided tour begins at 8:00 am. Adult Group Tour Passes (ages 13+) are $15 each; Child's Group Tour Passes (ages 12 and under) are free with registration.

45min - The group will be guided around the farm.

30min - Free time to explore, take pictures, or ask more questions! This will also be when those who have purchased the add-on "Pick Your Own Flowers" option will receive a vessel to keep and clippers to borrow and be able to pick their "Grower's Bunch(es)" of flowers from select beds.

We look forward to having you visit the farm!

Our New Mexico weather can be fickle, rescheduling is available in circumstances of inclement weather.

A few notes about this event and your visit to our farm:

  • We are a FARM! We know, that sounds obvious, yet we want your visit to be as wonderful as possible! You will be walking on uneven surfaces, there may be muddy sections, too (even in the desert) and some stickers - so please wear comfortable sturdy footwear.
  • Keep in mind that we are a working farm and a healthy farm means an abundance of insect life. We'll provide bug spray but we invite you to bring your own if there are particular scents or ingredients you prefer.
  • Please read your EMAIL confirmation! That is the ONLY place our address will be published!

Please read the Calhoun Flower Farms Group Tour Contract below.

Disclosure: if fewer than 10 adults sign up by Friday at 12 pm, the tour will be canceled. 25 persons maximum.

Special thanks: Our flowers are cultivated by our hard-working farm team and have bright futures ahead of them in your local Whole Foods grocery store, florist, and on your's or your neighbor's dining table. Please be respectful by staying between the rows of flowers and taking care not to step on any flowers.

Thank you!

Calhoun Flower Farms Group Tour Contract

By purchasing you agree to the following Group Tour Terms and Agreements. Purchaser is referred to as THE PARTICIPANT.

Calhoun Flower Farms reserves the right to cancel this contract if at any time it feels that the obligations cannot be met. In the event of a fire, natural disaster, tragedy, and/or conditions beyond its control, liability is limited to a partial refund of all monies paid.

TERMS: Payment is NON-REFUNDABLE. We will happily reschedule your Group Tour for inclement weather. A $15 fee will be charged if THE PARTICIPANT stays past the 9:15 am Group Tour end time; a $15 fee will also be charged if THE PARTICIPANT enters the field prior to the Group Tour start time. When you arrive at the farm, please stay in your vehicle until your Group Tour time begins.

CANCELLATIONS: Payment is NON-REFUNDABLE. We will happily reschedule your Group Tour for inclement weather.

Calhoun Flower Farms reserves the right to cancel the Group Tour if the minimum number of PARTICIPANTS is not reached, or for any other reason.

DISCLOSURES: Calhoun Flower Farms cannot be held responsible for flowers in extreme environmental conditions, like heat over 100 degrees F or freezing temperatures. THE PARTICIPANT understands this is a working farm. Road and walkways are unpaved. There is dirt and insects, including mosquitoes and even snakes have been spotted.

EXCLUSIVITY: No outside flowers (including artificial flowers) are permitted.

This agreement contains the entire understanding between “Calhoun Flower Farms” and THE PARTICIPANT. It supersedes all prior and simultaneous agreements between the parties.

About the organizer

We are sisters Susannah and Lillian Calhoun, and along with our mother Diane Bigbee Calhoun, we grow cut flowers in southern Dona Ana County. 

Thanks to our extended growing season and diverse plantings, we grow a variety of incredibly beautiful, seasonal flowers and folliage that can be found in stunning designs at many weddings and events, in local markets, in many businesses and home tabletops.

Our “roots” are in New Mexico agriculture – the Bigbees homesteaded in Torrance county in 1907, and the Calhouns have been farming in the Mesilla Valley since the 1920’s. We strive to carry on the agricultural traditions of our families and give consumers a locally grown option for floral décor.

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