What is a CSA?
It stands for Community Supported Agriculture. When you sign up for a CSA, you are directly supporting your local farmer, which supports your local community and economy. You pay once at the beginning of the season, and receive beautiful, luscious bouquets from our farm all season long. You'll support our local sister social care farms too, as we'll feature some special elements from these partners in our bouquets.
Why support local flowers?
With almost 80% of the purchased flowers in the U.S. coming from over-seas, you can feel good about supporting flowers that are locally grown. Rooted in sustainable practices, we take great pride in growing flowers for our community that honor and respect the land we tend.
You'll receive a thoughtfully arranged bouquet every week, wrapped in brown kraft paper and ready to bring beauty and color to your space. Blawesome’s flower CSA is the perfect gift for birthdays, small businesses, or someone you love, and is a wonderful way to incorporate self-care practices into your personal life.
Do you offer different CSA options?
In addition to our spring Early Blooms subscription, we offer full (9-week) and partial (4-week) fresh flower subscriptions during our summer and fall seasons. Pick the season, subscription length, and whether you'd like delivery or pick-up. We'll take care of the rest!
How does it work?
Deliveries go out on Wednesdays between 8am and 5pm.
Please add water to your plastic container and leave it on your front porch on Wednesday morning. If this is your first subscription, we'll provide a container for you to use each week. If we don’t see your container, we’ll leave your flowers in the shadiest spot we can find.
Arrive at your chosen location during pickup hours, select your bouquet, and check your name off the list.
Any bouquets not picked up during the designated timeframe will be donated.
What happens if I'm away during the subscription period?
While we can't hold or reallocate bouquets if you are away, you may want to ask a family member, friend, or neighbor to pick up your bouquet.