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CSA Subscription- 8 weeks of Market Bouquets

This listing is for the 8 week subscription: One Medium Market Size Bouquet available per week for 8 consecutive weeks.  


Subscriptions will begin depending on weather and we will reach out in May/June with farm announcements.  At that time we can arrange a start date based on approximate flower availability.  Here is an example:


May- Ranunculus, sweet peas, Stock, snapdragons, etc

June- Roses, Sweet peas, Stock, Snapdragons, etc

July- Some remaining of the above and some incoming heat loving summer plants as below

August- Roses, Dahlias, Sunflowers, Lisianthus, Zinnia...etc

September/October- Dahlias, Sunflowers, Lisianthus, Zinnia...etc

**Season ends at first frost


CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Subscriptions are common in the vegtable farming communities but are growing in popularity with Flower farms.  A community member can purchase a "share" of the harvest in advance and in turn it helps the farmer to plan ahead, invest and grow the farm.  You benefit from the freshest blooms straight from the farm.  


    CSA subscriptions are an impressive gift to give throughout the year as the recipient will be showered with several weeks of flowers during the growing season (May-October weather and availabiity depending).


    **We will not be offering the Spring CSA subscriptions for the 2024 growing season but will be offering single purchase Bouquets as availability permits.

    CSA Subscription- 8 weeks of Market Bouquets

    Excluding Sales Tax
    • Remove any packaging used to transport your flowers.  Give your flowers a fresh cute at an angle and add to a vase filled halfway with clean water.  Place flowers away from direct sunlight or heat source.  Change the water and trim stems every 1-2 days for the healthiest and longest vase life.  Remove any wilted or dried blooms or foliage to keep your flowers looking fresh.   

      We do not use flower food here on our farm for cut flowers as we strongly believe that flower food is used in place of the above.   So if you can give a quick snip and replace water your blooms will be much happier.

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