What is a CSA?
CSA is an abbreviation for Community Supported Agriculture. When you become a member of our CSA, you are buying a "share" of the flowers that we produce each season.
For four, six or ten weeks (depending on the share), we will deliver the season's most beautiful flowers to your pick-up location of choice. CSA members, by paying for a share up front before the growing season gets underway, support us as we plan and invest for the upcoming season. Your payment enables us to purchase new and exciting flower and seed varieties, restock supplies, and make repairs to equipment and infrastructure.
2018 SHARE OPTIONS
2018 CSA SHARE REGISTRATION WILL OPEN TO NEW MEMBERS ON SATURDAY, 12/16 AT 9AM EST.
Click here to join the 2018 registration notification list and be the first to know when the CSA store is live.
2018 Share Options
6-week share. This share highlights our favorite spring-blooming flowers including fragrant hyacinths, a variety of novelty tulips, anemones, ranunculus, and poppies. Delivered in single-variety bunches, the spring share is a perennial favorite of our members and ushers in the season on our farm. We can think of no better way to bring a pop of color and warmth to your homes after winter!
Start Time: mid-April
summer bouquet share
6-week or 10-week share. Looking for an exquisitely arranged bouquet each week? The Bouquet Share is for you! Our designers will craft a mixed bouquet for you that features the freshest summer stems from our fields. From zinnias to foxglove, stock to sweet peas, we try our best to feature an array of blooms over the course of the share. Simply take your bouquet home (or to the office), give it a fresh cut, set it in your vase and enjoy.
Start Time: mid-June
6-week share. Fans of dahlias will discover colors and varieties of dahlias you’ve never seen before. With over 10,000 plants representing more than 100 varieties in our fields, no two weeks will be the same! Each week you will take home a lush bouquet of dahlias picked fresh from the field.
Start time: early September