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Flower CSA Program

Weekly Delivery of Flowers

How would you like to have a fresh bouquet of flowers every single week?

We offer a flower CSA share in two sizes: small (pint "bud" vase) and large (quart). 

The price is affordable...much less than traditional florist prices, and even less expensive than your local grocery store blooms. AND...the added bonus is that you are buying local, so you will see unique, in-season blooms each week! The cost for a 14-week small share is only $80 ($5.70/week) and a large 14-week share is $140 ($10/week).

Flowers include zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, snapdragons, lisianthus, cosmos, sweet pea, celosia and many more!

Your flowers for the week will come in a mason jar, tied with jute, fully arranged. Your only job is to arrive at your pickup location (Laconia-Thursday, Alton-Friday, Gilford-Saturday), return the previous week's jar, and we will give your your "refill"!

This year, we are excited to offer the option to add on a locally crafted flower vase from Sweet Fern Pottery. Sarah Burns is a gifted artisan who has been an amazing advocate for community programs and we can't wait to partner together!  Your vase will be a custom-design made specially for Winnipesaukee Woods Farm to best complement our local blooms! More details and images to follow.

With care and little attention, you can expect your flowers to last at least a week if not more. Many of our CSA members tell us that they have to transfer their blooms to a vase of their own just so they can return the jar each week because their flowers are still going strong!

Sign up today at http://www.winniwoodsfarm.com/members/types

 


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