Good news for Ohioans! The 21 year tradition of Blooms & Berries will continue this year with a focus on a "Season of Safety". Fall on the Farm opens September 19th and runs through November 1, 2020. Owner and farmer, Jeff Probst guarantees a fun and safe environment and experience and he says, "Make plans to preserve the tradition". Read on to learn more about the 2020 installation of Fall on the Farm, the new safety measures being put in place and how to purchase tickets.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Blooms & Berries. All Thoughts & opinions are my own.
Blooms & Berries Fun on the Farm Opens 9/19
For the past 21 years families, individuals, and many others have come to cherish their time spent at Blooms & Berries Farm Market for Fall on the Farm.
With the challenges and new ways of operating business, Blooms & Berries is happy to announce the return of Fall on the Farm for the 2020 season beginning on September 19th through November 1st.
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The biggest change this year lies within a crossover to all online ticketing sales for timed entry but Blooms & Berries also plans to implement other safety measures for the 2020 season, like temperature checks prior to entry.
Learn more about Blooms & Berries' Fall on the Farm
Blooms & Berries New Safety Measures for 2020
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Fall on the Farm promises to carry the same fall feels, while keeping the safety and health of customers at the forefront!
Blooms & Berries Farm Market has been a Cincinnati tradition since 1999 through seasonal farm operations. These include fresh flowers in the Spring, local produce in the Summer, and Fall on the Farm in Autumn. A family owned and operated business that has helped create fond memories and authentic farm experiences for generations.
Here is one customer's thoughts on Blooms & Berries:
"Visiting Blooms and Berries has been our favorite
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