A 16oz mason jar with the best of what's in season, grown in the sunny meadow countryside. Colors & blooms will vary each week. Sign up for our newsletter for a behind-the-scenes look at what's currently blooming.
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Available for local delivery only on Friday. Please see delivery details below (delivery timeframe, ZIP code, and other requirements).
Note: Orders must be placed by noon Thursday. Orders made after noon Thursday will not be fulfilled until next Friday.**
Deliveries take place on Friday the week your order is placed (orders *must* be placed by noon Thursday). We offer FREE delivery to the following ZIP codes:
54601 54614 54644 54669
54603 54636 54650
If your ZIP code is not listed, you will not be able to check out. We have market bouquets available for local pick up or please contact us for a custom order.
Deliveries take place Friday between 8AM–5PM. Please be sure that someone is available to accept flowers or there is a protected location to leave them (this can be noted in the "notes" section at checkout).
IMPORTANT: If someone is not available, we'll do our best to leave them in a protected area, but we are not responsible for any theft or damage. Flowers are fragile, so it's best that someone is there :)
We can include a handwritten message with your order. Just leave the message in the "note" section at checkout. The area for us to write is small, so please limit to 10 words or less.
* Although all of our plants are grown with gentle farming practices, these flowers are grown for visual enjoyment and are not for consumption. Some flowers (such as daffodils) may be toxic if consumed. If you're interested in edible flowers, please contact us.
**We reserve the right to cancel based on availability.
Whatever's in your cup, let's chat! Each week or two, I sit down with a beverage (usually coffee, but sometimes whiskey) and write a letter to my penpals about what's growin' on at the farm. Sometimes it's hard and heavy, other times it's light and fun, but it's always from my heart. Typically a list of what we're planting or harvesting, behind-the-scenes photos, and lots of GIFS, because GIFs are my love language.
I love to post the happenings around the farm on Instagram. Come hang out for growing tips, stories, & more fun.
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