Thank you for Scheduling a Visit to Crafton Hills Iris Farm
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About the Property
Our terraced iris farm is located on a hillside, and the grounds are steeply terraced. There are elevation changes, inclines, and stairs. The terraced iris farm is accessed by a downhill walk – which means uphill on the way back! The visit is not recommended for individuals that have vertigo, have difficulty navigating stairs or hills, or are unsteady on their feet. The iris farm walkways are steep in places, are comprised of decomposed granite, or asphalt, and includes uneven stairs. The iris farm has little to no shade.
We are located in a residential area at the end of a cul-de-sac. Our irises are in the back acreage and are not visible from roadways. When you arrive, please feel free to park anywhere along the street, taking care not to block neighbor’s driveways. Our address will be emailed to you with appointment confirmation.
When You Arrive
Feel free to arrive at any time during your visit window. The gate will be open, and information will be available on a table at the entryway. There will be signs with directions to the farm. You are welcome to meander around looking at irises at your own pace throughout your reserved block of time. If we are out working on the irises, please don’t hesitate to ask questions or ask for assistance!
You are welcome to photograph any of the iris, grounds, views, and landscape. Please respect our privacy and refrain from photographing the residence ~ Thank you in advance.
Ordering Iris During Visits
We certainly accept orders during visits, and bloom time is the perfect time to find your new favorite iris! If interested, clipboards with an order form will be available at the entry welcome table. All orders will be for rhizomes to be dug during the summer months. After order forms dropped off, we enter the order into our online system, and email an invoice with electronic pay link. Emails will be sent within a day. We are not able to accept payment at the farm.