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the good stuff flower farm

The Good Stuff Flower Farm was established in 2017 and has been growing ever since.  The farm provides its guests the opportunity to escape from the stress of everyday life and enjoy a wondrous atmosphere.  Flowers are in bloom from the end of May through October.  Guests are able to enjoy the event venue grounds with a picnic lunch, celebrate a birthday party, or just a girl's day out at the farm.


We welcome Photographers who will have the opportunity to schedule sessions at the farm, as we can offer many beautiful settings. For more information, please download our price list here.

The end of the season boasts a fall festival that showcases some of the most vibrant flowers and a pumpkin patch.  Guests are encouraged to take advantage of the food vendors that will be on location to provide a lunch or early dinner. The farm will also have several family-style games set up to enjoy.

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Happily Ever Outside 

About a 40-minute drive north of The Woodlands, there is a beautiful little house with a huge wrap-around porch where you can sit in a rocking chair and watch the flowers grow. Our fun group of friends arrived early to get the history of how The Good Stuff Farm came to be. Jana Lennon and her husband pour their blood, sweat, and tears into this beautiful space where you can plan a seasonal outing with your family during the summer for flowers or the fall for fun festivities. You can also rent this beautiful house below that is staged for small gatherings and weddings. Read more here...

Meanwhile in Montgomery County

*Hint Hint Wink Wink * I wish more gorgeous humans dressed perfectly to match the scene of a story I’m working on would offer to pose for me. Don’t be shy! Read more here...


Looking for a dreamy date night idea? Every month Field of Flowers hosts a “Party on the Porch” with chef-prepared dinners, and original live music from carefully selected folksy/Americana musicians. Read more here...

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