Fresh Bouquets

Coming in May 2024: Fresh, locally grown tulips. Followed by ranunculus, anemones & more in June. 

Kayla and Andrew Common Cheer pink flower van Westlock Athabasca
This our cooler on wheels! It used to be a two-toned blue camper that Kayla's Grandparents would adventure around in.

Hi! We’re Andrew & Kayla.
Together, we own and operate Common Cheer:

 

We’re a cut flower farm serving the good people of Westlock, Athabasca, and surrounding communities with bouquets of fresh flowers from late May through mid September.  

100% of the flowers in our bouquets are sown, grown, tended, and harvested by us – right on our farm near Fawcett, AB.

It doesn’t get fresher than that!

Common Cheer Flower Farm
A view of the flower field at Common Cheer

We grow a variety of specialty cut flowers in a field that was once a cattle pasture.

Fresh flowers grown near Westlock Athabasca
A bucket of ranunculus being harvested in the hoophouse at Common Cheer

Some of our flowers are grown in the ground under the cover of an *unheated* greenhouse (often called a hoophouse or high tunnel).

Paper-wrapped bouquets of our farm-grown flowers

Throughout our growing season we harvest our flowers, turn them into bright & cheerful bouquets, and deliver them to our partner locations in Westlock & Athabasca.  

We sell most of our bouquets through our Flower Club at the beginning of our growing season. 

When we have extra flowers after fulfilling our Flower Club bouquets, we will release them for purchase weekly through our website. Be sure to join our newsletter so you don’t miss out on our flowers!

Mixed Bouquet

Our weekly bouquets allow you to experience what is currently in bloom on our flower farm. New flowers are always coming into bloom as other flowers finish blooming. This really lets you explore our Alberta season of locally grown cut flowers.

People are constantly surprised by the variety of cut flowers we can grow here during our short growing season!