Wicked Tulips Flower Farm is already wicked popular for the 2020 season now owners want to find a second location to keep farm fans happy.

This past weekend Wicked Tulips Flower Farm launched their pre-season ticket sale for Any Day tickets and within two hours had sold out the 3,000 tickets put on sale.

Dang.

But don't panic yet. This doesn't mean you won't be able to see tulips this spring. It just means that when general admission tickets go on sale in April, you'll want to get yours fast!

For the 2020 season, Wicked Tulips Flower Farm has relocated to Schartner Farm at 1 Arnold Place in Exeter, Rhode Island.

The property is a corner field in a residential neighborhood and a bit smaller than their last location in Johnston.

Unfortunately it was time to find a new field to get the best blooms possible, so the move had to happen.

But it hasn't stopped the owners from looking for a second location for 2021.

Jeroen and Keriann are asking fans of the flower farm to help them find room to grow.

They want to be able to give more people the Wicked Tulips experience and say they'd love to find another farm to lease long term or buy in either Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut or possible Massachusetts.

So do you know a farm for sale?

They need a minimum of 25 plowable acres, but are open to 50 or more. And are looking for something tulip friendly, meaning good drainage, mostly flat and the less rocks the better.

Got a place in mind? Let them know at wickedtulips.com or on the Wicked Tulips Facebook page.

Enter your number to get our free mobile app