I must have flowers, always, and always. – Claude Monet
Our 2020 CSA Flower Shares
Our flower CSA program is a great way to receive fresh, local, organically grown flowers all season long and in turn you are supporting a local farm during the financially difficult non productive season.
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 grow each season.
The 2020 SEASON FLOWER SHARES
FLOWERS TO FEED YOUR SOUL!
We have searched high and low for unique varieties of flowers that you just won’t find anywhere else!
Our Flower Share options can keep you feasting on flowers all season long!
THE ARRANGEMENT FEAST
This is the perfect option for those who want a beautifully arranged display of our blooms. Each large arrangement is perfectly designed and will feature the best blooms from our gardens each season! Our luxe blooms of peonies, roses, hydrangeas, and always a dash of our ‘secret’ ingredients! Your bouquet will be ready to place in your own vase and enjoy. You will receive one pre-arranged bouquet each season.
(For your vase and we will even try to accomodate a specific color palate!)
You choose your Friday pickups!
Plan ahead for those Special Occasions!
One Arrangement per Season (3 total)
A SEASON SHARE BONUS!
FLORAL DESIGN WORKSHOPS FOR EACH SEASON!
We are pleased to offer a free FLORAL DESIGN WORKSHOP with each Season Share you purchase! (a $50 value)
(Open to others for $50 per workshop)
Your fresh blooms will be conditioned and ready for you to create beautiful arrangements!
THE THREE SEASON SAMPLER
THE SPRING FEAST
A Spring Share will give you (4) large bunches of our beautiful early blooms, like our unique Daffodils, Heleborus, Anemones, blooming branches and much more!
Spring Season pickup schedule; May 1st, May 15th, May 29th, and June 12th.
Plus the Spring Floral Design Workshop is included!
THE SUMMER FEAST
This jam-packed feast will keep you satisfied this summer! Enjoy (4) large bunches every other week of our favorite summer blooms. A feast of peonies, roses, snapdragons, sweet peas, hydrangeas, zinnias, dahlias, clematis, berry branches, and more! Oh the colors of summer! This one should not be missed!
Summer Season pickup schedule; June 26th, July 10th, July 24th, August 7th.
Plus the Summer Floral Design Workshop is included!
THE FALL FEAST
This share will give you (4) big bunches of pure deliciousness! Dahlias, David Austin Roses, hydrangeas, blooming vines, gorgeous fall foliage, hops, asters, snap dragons, and bits and pieces of garden heaven! We call this share the ‘Diva’ share cause it will be full of garden drama and drop dead gorgeous!
Fall Season pickup schedule; August 14th, August 28th, September 11, and September 25th.
Plus the Fall Floral Design Workshop is included!
THE LION’S SHARE
All CSA Flowers Will Be Ready For Pick Up At The Farm on Friday’s between 12noon & 4pm (Please try to give us advanced notice if you can’t make your pickup)
61430 Brosterhous Rd.Bend, OR (sorry deliveries are not available)
ALL FLOWERS GROWN RIGHT HERE IN BEND, OREGON!
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We are taking a winter break with the garden! But stay tuned for the Announcement of our Bouquet Subscriptions!
Join us this Friday and Saturday at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds for this fun Market!
We will be there with all our Vintage Farmhouse inspired goods!
Every Proper Cutting Garden Needs These Old Fashioned Favorites!Dicentra spectabilis ‘Rosea’
Lily of the Valley
To Central Oregon
THE LAND OF ROCK!LET US HELP YOU
ROCK YOUR GARDEN!
Everywhere you dig you will dig up rock in Central Oregon. Fact of life here. So why not use it to your advantage?
Arrange your rock to accommodate little pockets of beautiful alpine color!
Try tucking some of these sweet little deer resistant tussie-mussies in amongst your rocks!
Come see us this weekend and let us help you ROCK YOUR GARDEN!
Our shipment of David Austin Bare Root Roses arrived several weeks ago from Texas. We pruned and potted them and they are now spending quality time debriefing and getting acclimated to our Central Oregon climate.
Now that I am a veteran DA wholesale buyer, I was able to secure some special varieties this year! And all Zone 4! Woo Hoo, but supplies are limited!
They will be ready for release Friday May 11th, just before Mother’s Day, so mark your calendars! Don’t miss out!
JUST TO NAME A FEW!
Cutting Garden Perennials can take your Bouquets over the top!
Aconitum h. ‘Sparks Variety’ “Monkshood”
Aconitum is a cutting garden workhorse! And ‘Spark’s Variety’ is ‘tried and true’! It will produce non stop spires of rich blue flowers on multi-branched 3’–4′ stems from mid- to late summer and will be one of the last blooms in the fall garden. An excellent cut flower.
Aconitums are not readily available at most garden centers but we have several in stock right now and they are just waiting for a spot in your cutting garden!
Hardy to Zone 3. 3’–4′ high x 3′ wide. Full Sun to Part Shade
This plant is toxic and care should be taken when handling the flowers and stems. Deer and rabbits leave this plant well alone!
Artemisia l. ‘Valerie Finnis’
A Central Oregon hardy ‘Dusty Miller’. This plant will be a prized possession in your garden! Its velvety foliage just begs to be touched. Beautiful silver foliage with tiny inconspicuous, yellowish-gray flower heads in summer. Foliage is aromatic and is beautiful in arrangements and your flower beds. Also a great container plant.
Hardy to Zone 4. 18″-24″ high x 2′ wide. Full Sun.
Scabiosa ‘Fama Deep Blue’
No other “Pincushion flower” compares to Fama! Intense purple blue flowers are held atop long sturdy stems. The flowers are HUGE! (3″-4″ across) and uniform. An excellent, long lasting cut flower.
Hardy to Zone 4. 18″-24″ high x 18″-24″ wide. Full Sun.
This plant is right up there with one of my favorite cutting garden perennials! It takes a few years to be really productive, but sooo worth the wait! This variety has sturdy, tall stems of deep green lacy foliage and huge heads of deep pink, airy flowering plumes! Stunning towards the back or middle of a border. Fabulous for cutting. I cut it when just a few of the lower buds are fully opened. Stunning in arrangements! A Native North American wildflower.
Hardy to Zone 3. 47″-70″ high x 35″-47″ wide. Full Sun to Part Shade.
Penstemon ‘Midnight Masquerade’
I am gah gah over black foliage plants this year, and this cutting garden beauty is one of my favorites. A hybrid of two North American natives, Penstemon digitalis and Penstemon calycosus, this sturdy, upright plant with dark black purple stems and foliage is beautiful on its own, but add the long stemmed lavender flower spikes in late Spring and look out Loretta!
Hardy to Zone 3. 36″-40″ high x 28″-32″ wide. Blooms best in Full Sun.
Trollius ‘Golden Queen’
Plant one of these plants in your garden this Spring and by Mid Summer you will be craving more! These golden beauties burst into bright color in late spring and will continue through late fall! Fabulous semi-double golden flowers with a contrasting center of deep orange. They grow well in a sunny or part-shaded border, also at the edge of a moist woodland. Long lasting cut flower. Shear plants back after blooming to encourage a flush of new leaves to last through the summer. Clumps may be easily divided in fall or early spring. Mix them in with your Peonies and Roses!
Hardy to Zone 3. 24″-36″ high x 18″-24″ wide. Full Sun to Part Shade.