"I’m staring at my living room it feels so empty now that my flower CSA is over." - Rachel S.
"We bought a camper and we took it on its first trip (to Maine) last week. I picked up my flower share and it was so pretty, it made me sad to think of them sitting in my house with no one to admire them. So I cut the stems really short and arranged everything in my shortest, wide bottom base. I put the vase in the camper kitchen sink and used a tension rod, some empty solo cups and plastic bags to cushion it. It made it all 250 miles (and the last 1/4 mile of off-roading) and only lost two petals! :)" - Elayna J.
What is a flower Share (CSA)?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. People pay their local farmer ahead of time and then get a weekly share of the produce once the harvests begin. This helps us farmers to be able to buy the seeds and growing supplies to produce our beautiful local flowers.
What do I get with my purchase?
Ten weeks of the freshest, most lovely, inspired organically grown flowers from our farm from April through June. You can enjoy your flowers in your home or give them to a friend or family member who needs a pick-me-up. It is so nice to have a fresh flower bouquet handy each week in case you need a last minute gift to take to an ocassion. You can feel good about purchasing our flower share because you are supporting food and habitat for bees, hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators.
Pickup from our farmstand at 1080 Plainfield Pike, Oneco, CT 06373
Tuesdays between 5PM and 6:30 PM
April 6 through June 8, 2021
Pickup also available in Narragansett, RI (address will be emailed to you upon purchase)
Thursdays between 6PM and 7PM
April 8 through June 10, 2021