Weekly bouquets of fragrant + luscious field-grown flowers for ten weeks late spring to summer.  $20/week + $15 (total) handling fee for delivery to Santa Barbara.  ** No handling fee for field pickup or Ojai farmers market pickup** 

 

Available for farm pickup early Tuesday mornings  (8-11 a.m.) in the field 5 minutes from Carpinteria, in downtown Santa Barbara on Tuesday afternoons, or at the Ojai Farmers Market on Sunday mornings (9 am-1 pm).   Make sure to select the right option in our drop down menu + we will be in touch in earliest spring with further details <3

 

A seasonal celebration of our more-than-organic flowers fields via a weekly subscription of handpicked + arranged farm bouquets! If you pre-order the Spring 2021 share, you support us in our winter work of planting thousands of spring-flowering bulbs + pre-ordering ten times more dahlias + chrysanthemums than we grew this year :) Pre-order includes a handmade gift card as a promise for next spring. Makes a great holiday gift! Please make sure to leave the appropriate mailing address + any words you wish included in the comments!

 

Begin the spring with dense buttercup ranunculus, fragrant daffodils, delicate + dancing Icelandic poppie, anemones + armfuls of larksupr. Mid-summer bouquets are filled with long-lasting snapdragons, sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, medicinals such as anise hyssop, echinacea, chamomile + tulsi, cheerful coreopsis, celosia, statice + amaranth. Towards the end of summer the colors get even richer + the textures more complex as the dahlias + heirloom chrysanthemums begin to pop.

 

All flowers grown outdoors in a more-than-organic field kissed by coastal fog + ocean breezes.  Supporting local, chemical-free flowers is good for the environment: cut flower-growing can be a very toxic + resource intensive endeavor + as with our medicine gardens we strive to honor the earth, increase biodiversity + use resources sparingly.

 

Flower CSA

$200.00Price
Pickup
  • Pickup will be in downtown SB on Thursday, Sunday Ojai Farmers Market, or on the farm.  Lots of choices!

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