Fresh FlowersFrom annuals and perennials to beautiful hanging baskets, we invite you to visit our farm store to take some of the beauty home for your own enjoyment.Fresh VeggiesNothing is fresher, and we are proud of that fact. In fact, we’re Kentucky Proud.Fresh AirSpend a little time on our farm to breath in the fresh air. Take a look at just a few of the sites you will see.Family FunCelebrate fall and all the excitement it brings with us at AutumnFest.
|877 Cincinnati Road
Georgetown, KY 40324
Our Market Hours
Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
About our Farm
Before you come visit us in person at Bi-Water Farm and Greenhouse, learn a little more about our farm’s history, check out some of our frequently asked questions and peruse our photo and video collections by selecting one of the tabs below.
- Our History
Our agricultural history at Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse dates back many generations, traveling back to our ancestors in Europe in the 1700’s and early 1800’s. When our great grandparents arrived in this country, it continued to expand and grow. They settled in the Fayette county area in central Kentucky and started to grow and sell fresh produce. Our Dad farmed with his father, and when Grandpa died in 1957, Dad moved to Georgetown and bought our 144-acre farm.
It was in 1995 that we started an endeavor that has changed the way we are seen to the public. We built our farm store where we are able to sell our fresh produce and flowers to the general public. This was a huge change for us, because until that time, all of our products were sold on the wholesale market, not retail. With the farm store, we also started our fall festival which we call AutumnFest. This festival has grown over the years and is now one of the largest fall farm festivals in Kentucky. We have 20 acres of pumpkins and fun activities for the family, including Bunnyville, Spooky Farmhouse, Lost Pumpkin Mine, hayrides, a corn maze, Sky High Slide, People Spinners and a lot more. Each fall we welcome families and school groups from all over Kentucky to experience the excitement.
In June of 2005, our dad died at the age of 82, and in February 2009 our mother died at the age of 84. Of their nine children, there are three sons left on the farm to carry on the horticulture heritage- Stephen, Chris and Len. We, along with our spouses, take this responsibility seriously, and are doing everything possible to make this a fun and enjoyable task.
We invite you for a visit to Bi-Water Farm to experience the fun and enjoy our farm with us.
Frequently Asked Questions
April - AugustMonday- Saturday: 9am- 6pm
Sunday: noon - 5pm
July 4: closed
September - OctoberMonday – Thursday: 9am- 6pm
Friday- Saturday: 9am- 9pm
Sunday: noon - 7:30
- AutumnFest Express Train
- Miniature Golf
- Purchases at our farm market
Welcome To Bi-Water Farm
Tour of AutumnFest
Flowers and Plants
Our greenhouses originated in the mid-1970s. Until that time, Carl Fister had only grown the vegetable transplants for the fields, in what is known as cold frames. When his sons were getting older and graduating from college, he decided to try growing flowers, and so in 1977 we erected our first greenhouse. Over the years, we have slowly added to that first structure, and now we have about 4 acres of growing space.We grow flowers and plants for our farm store, but we also grow plants for the wholesale market. We ship the flowers all over Kentucky and into southern Ohio.
From annuals and perennials to beautiful hanging baskets, we invite you to visit our farm store to take some of the beauty home for your own enjoyment.
Produce: Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
We grow many acres of our own fresh fruits and vegetables here at Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse, including:
• Winter squash
• And more.
Our largest acreage comes from our pumpkin crop which takes up approximately 25 acres each growing season. New to Bi-Water Farm are our apple and peach trees. This is the start of our orchard acreage which we will continue to add to each year.
When we say we grow fresh fruits and veggies for you, we really mean it. We harvest our produce on a daily basis in season, put it in our store on the day it is harvested and then it is on your table that night. You can stop by our store on your way home or swing by on the weekend to get fresh fruits and vegetables for your family at any time. Now that’s convenience!
Nothing is fresher, and we are proud of that fact. In fact, we’re Kentucky Proud.
To keep up with the freshest veggies, we will use Twitter and Facebook to send a quick, up to the minute messages. Be sure that you have signed up for both. There may also be discounts that we give for a new item being harvested.
CATCH THE MAGIC OF FALL
September 13, 2014 – November 1, 2014
Learn more about the attractions, food and fun you can have with your family and friends before you join us at Bi-Water Farm and Greenhouse!
Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Monday-Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Children 24 months and younger are free!
All others – $10 each
It’s always free to come to our farm. You only pay if you want to play!
Additional fun activities to add to your visit:
Miniature Golf $2.00
Paintball Target Shoot $3.50
SAVE! SAVE! SAVE!
At Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse, we accept VISA and MasterCard, personal checks and cash.
We look forward to seeing you at Bi-Water Farm and Greenhouse!
Fall Veggie Garden
In the early spring, we all rush out to get our garden started. Some of us will start the early spring with the cole crops such as cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower etc. The we proceed right into the tomatoes, peppers, squashes. As spring proceeds, our cole crops here in central Kentucky don’t quite perform very well. […]Read More
Tomato season is upon us. This is one plant that most people will grow in their garden, even if they grow no other. It’s a little humorous in the spring in the garden center. Most guys rarely darken the doorway for anything. They will send in their wife for flowers, etc. But, you can bet, […]Read More
It’s Sweet Corn Season!
If you are like me, I have always, even as kid, loved sweet corn. We grew sweet corn on the farm forever. I remember going as a kid with my dad to the field and taking an ear and ripping it off the stalk. Anticipating the nectar inside, I would rip the shuck back and […]Read More
In our lives, things happen that we like or enjoy, and it gives a momentary rush of either tingling excitement or just the feeling of personal satisfaction. One of those things happened to us yesterday. We received an email from someone named Linda from out of state. She said that she was looking at our […]Read More
Like our Page
The deadline is Saturday March 30, 2013 4:00 pm with winners announced April 1, 2013 9:00 amRead More
Festival of Flowers
Want to see where we grow all of our flowers? Join us for our Festival of Flowers on April 27 – 28 & May 4-5 and tour all of our Production greenhouses. We will also have educational seminars and will answer your gardening questions. Seminars Schedule Designing a beautiful Planter April 27 or May 4 […]Read More
We Support the FFA
Did you know the average age of a farmer is 57 years? In order for our country to supply our citizens with food in the future, we must have young folks that are willing to become part of the food production. By supporting the FFA, it is our way of encouraging the youth of the […]Read More
Hurry Up Spring!
I love living in Kentucky and one of the reasons is because we have 4 distinct seasons. Our summers are not as hot as Alabama and our winters are not as cold as Minnesota. But still there are four seasons. When winter first arrives, I look forward to the first snow or two, but then […]Read More
Great Balls Of Fire
This is new variety of ivy geranium that I saw on my California greenhouse tour last March 2012. It has no real pest problem, very disease resistant and performs extremely well. We have the cuttings and will have them in our garden centers. We are always trying to bring you the newest and the best!Read More
Something new this year that actually tastes great. It’s a new strawberry that produces berries all season long. We will have them in hanging baskets and planters so space is not an issue. Grow them on your porch or apartment balcony and they are ready to pick and put in your bowl. The pink blooms […]Read More