WHAT IS A CSA?
Our community-supported flowers are based on the community supported agriculture (CSA) model. Similar to a vegetable CSA, members sign up and pay in advance for a share of the season’s harvest. Your early payment allows us to make plans, and purchase seeds and supplies in the off-season. In return, you receive a share of our beautiful seasonal harvests.
Enjoy a handmade mixed-flower bouquet each week for your kitchen table, workspace, or gifting. Bouquets are specially created for members with our fresh picked flowers including many fragrant, unusual, and heirloom varieties. Your bouquet will be wrapped and waiting for you at your choice of pick-up location. Simply give the stems a fresh cut before placing into your favorite vase.
10 weeks – weekly (early July-early September) $140
5 weeks – bi-weekly $80
If you’re feeling inspired and like to create your own designs, our bulk flower share is meant for you! Receive a bucket of blooms each week with enough flowers and accent foliage to create your own floral creations. Share the bucket with a friend and have a weekly bouquet-making gathering! It’s a great way to spend time with friends, children, and loved ones. It is also an economical way for small businesses and restaurants to display seasonal flowers.
Plan on two large bouquets or a few smaller bouquets, and have a little left over for bud vases.
10 weeks – weekly (early July-early September) $250
5 weeks –bi-weekly $125
Gift a Share!
Know a fellow flower lover? Our shares make great gifts for family, friends and colleagues. Send someone special this unique gift that can be enjoyed for weeks to come.
Do you offer payment plans?
In order to make local flowers affordable, we offer the option to pay for shares in two separate installments. Your first payment due at sign-up is 50% of the total. The balance can then be paid at your convenience on or before June 1st. Please contact us if you would like to set up a payment plan.
What’s the best way to care for my flowers?
Our flowers are grown, harvested and handled to provide the longest vase life possible. Simply give stems a fresh cut at an angle with sharp scissors and remove any leaves that will be below the water line. Place in a clean vase of fresh cool water. A floral preservative can be added if desired. Freshen the water every 1-2 days. Display your blooms away from heat and direct sunlight and away from ripening produce (like bananas). A clean vase is imperative for longevity.