Two-generation Tsao Yung-Cheng and Tsao Ya-Fang take care of each hydrangea carefully. In 2011, the farm was opened for visitors to pick flowers. This was the first time a farm in Zhuzihu made the bold attempt of opening to the public. However, popularity of flower picking gradually declined in the area over the space of two years. “At that time, some tourists would cut down a flower first. When they discovered a more beautiful one after walking around, they would try to insert the one they had already cut into the field and then take another one. We found that many flowers were thrown away in the end.” The farm is now open only for flower picking by reservation to maintain the quality of the farm. The farm also redecorates the flower wall and facilities every year so visitors can take new photos when they return. Tourists can also make a reservation to make dried flowers, learn about the herbarium, and the skills for transplanting and cottage. They can also join an ecological guided tour. The entrance fee is NT$100 and visitors can taste any produce at the farm.