I ate lunch here due to a strong recommendation from a friend. It was a beautiful day and we asked to sit outside, and were happy with our choice. The back deck area overlooked a natural green space with water and trees, it could not have been more beautiful. The restaurant itself was a house renovated to be a restaurant, and it had a lot of charm. The front of the restaurant, true to it's name, had wildflowers planted along the walkway. The food was WONDERFUL! Even something simple like the turkey sandwich was not too simple, with real roasted turkey and cranberry sauce on homeade rolls. While the food isn't necessarily expensive, it isn't cheap either . . . but either way it's worth it.