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What is a CSA?CSA stands for community supported agriculture, it is a common farming model used to generate income during slower months and used to predict demand for the next season. In return, customers who buy a CSA share will be rewarded with a weekly or biweekly bouquet of the best flowers blooming on the farm. Visit the CSA page for more information.
What will you have in bloom next season?While crops are always subject to failure, this is what I hope to have blooming if all goes to plan. April/May - Tulips, Nasturtiums, Ranunculus', Anemones, Lilacs, lupins, peonies, honeywort, and iris'. June- Peonies, azaleas, Japanese Quince, iris', poppies. July- Roses, lilies, echinacea, Bells of Ireland, sunflowers. August- Zinnias, cosmos, dahlias, Amaranthus, and more. September - Hydrangeas, roses, dahlias, sunflowers, and chrysanthemums. There will be more varieties above and beyond what is listed above so you will have to following my social media to see what I have sowing.
Can I visit the Farm?Farm tours are not currently being offered. But feel free to send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org for any special inquiries.
How long can my flowers last out of water?We recommend no longer than 30 minutes in a cool vehicle. If you are like me and think every errand takes just 10 minutes, I suggest you bring a cup of water for the flowers on the ride home. They will thank you later.
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