Sign Up for Our Local Flower CSA

Sign Up for Our Local Flower CSA
Sign Up for Our Local Flower CSA


Sign up for our summer flower CSA and enjoy beautiful, vibrant & locally grown bouquets delivered right to your door! 


By signing up and pre-paying for half of the season up front, your bouquets will be discounted 10%! There are no refunds for the prepayment, but you can skip any delivery and not be charged for that week.


We expect the season to run 16 weeks starting June 17 through the end of September. Those getting bi-weekly deliveries would pre-pay for 8 bouquets instead of 16. 


 For those who want flowers on a less regular basis, there will be some available to order as one-time items.


Signing up in advance is a HUGE help to our farmer Megan in planning her bouquets!

 

What Sets TC Farm Bouquets Apart? 


Unlike grocery store flowers and even some farmers market bouquets, our flower CSA will feature 100% local, sustianably grown flowers. 


Sourcing your flowers from TC Farm supports local sustainable farming and fair, livable wages for farmers.


Shop with TC Farm & Give Your Farmer the Weekend Off! 

By selling her flowers through TC Farm, Megan is able to enjoy her weekends more instead of needing to cover the early shifts at the farmers market. 


How the Cut Flower CSA Works


1. Visit this product page for the flower bouquets



2. Add a one-time or subscribe

You can add a one-time order for your flowers OR switch to subscribe and help us plan ahead!


3. Enjoy a summer filled with beautiful, local flowers! 

We expect the season to wrap up at the end of September.

Scroll Through Some of Megan's Bouquets


What Kind of Flowers Can You Expect? 

Get a glimpse of what Megan is growing below! 


With varities like "Orleans Early Lemon Yellow," "Blue Ripple," "Madame Butterfly Red" and "Potomac Early Sunrise", each bouqet will have a different mix of blooms each week and its own unique personality. 

    • Celosia
    • Snapdragon
    • Cosmos 
    • Scabiosa 
    • Sweet Pea
    • Delphinium
    • Strawflower
    • Zinnias
    • Craspedia
    • Aster
    • Eryngium
    • Sunflowers
    • and more!

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    May 27th 2024 Annie Rowland

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