Bouquet Share

Give the gift of beautiful, locally grown and arranged flowers

Early Spring CSA SOLD OUT! Thanks you for supporting our little flower farm!

Community Supported Agriculture

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. You may be familiar with vegetable CSAs and flower CSAs work the same way. Flower shares provide a unique opportunity to gift someone with beautiful, locally grown and arranged flowers, bringing a bit of our farm into your home or office each week. Changing from wild, light spring bouquets to bright fuller summer bouquets, your hand-tied bouquet will reflect the changing flowers of each season.

Our CSA has afforded us the means to hire on and keep a favorite farm worker Anna McKay who manages the CSA, allowing for the continued sustainable maintenance of a farm that has been in the family for over 200 years. We hope you choose to take part in our growing CSA operation and gift a share to yourself or someone you love, thereby supporting the continued mission of our farm.

CSA Bouquet Share

$150.00

The Spring Bouquet Share runs from April 9th through May 14 and is $25/week for 6 weeks for a $150 total which allows us to provide a bouquet perfect for your home. Payment is non-refundable and full payment must be received to reserve your 6 week flower share.

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The Spring Bouquet Share runs from April 9th through May 14 and is $25/week for 6 weeks for a $150 total which allows us to provide a bouquet perfect for your home. Payment is non-refundable and full payment must be received to reserve your 6 week flower share.

If for some reason, you cannot get your bouquet, you can gift that bouquet to a friend who can pick up in your place. Flower shares are limited so act quickly! Last year both CSAs sold out. We are always planting seeds so would like a gauge of how many of these crazy little fellers we need to plant!

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This is why I value CSAs. They keep old farms vital and preserve both heritage and landscape, not to mention community

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