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Frequently Asked Questions

The Answers You Need

Have a question? We’ve compiled a list of some of the most popular questions, accompanied by our thorough answers. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact us.

Are all subscription bouquets the same?

We take the time to make each arrangement in a vase unique.  For this reason, we let our customers select the bouquet that matches their aesthetic.  While we will have plenty of assortments to choose from it is true that the early bird gets the worm!

What are the payment options?

We accept PayPal and credit cards.  If you wish to pay by cash or check, please contact us and we will work together to get it done!

What happens if there is an evacuation?

If Mother Nature moves in to destroy or limit a crop you too will feel its effects.  We will do everything in our power to fulfill your subscriptions from adjusting pick-up dates to working with other local farmers but a bountiful harvest is at the mercy of Mother Nature.

Can I change my pick up time?

Yes!  Just let us know the change and we will make the adjustment.  Just remember the bouquets are the freshest on Saturday mornings.

Can I swap weeks?

We will try to accommodate changes to subscription weeks but it will entirely depend on the availability of flowers for those weeks.  Again, please let us know if your plans change.

What if I am out of town for the week?

We can adjust your pick up time provided we have the flowers or you can simply ‘gift’ that week to a friend!

When is the best time to pick up flowers?

We want to deliver breathtaking and untamed arrangements that are fresh from the garden.  In order to do that we start picking our crops in the cool of the morning and make bouquets on Friday nights.  We have found that this rhythm will give a vase life of about one and a half weeks.  As the week goes on the flowers will not be as fresh.  So pick up as close to Saturday as possible!

Do you supplement with imported flowers?

We truly do not like to.  It goes against our goal of reducing our carbon footprint, however, we recognize that some weddings and events will require flowers that are not seasonally available or grown on local farms. When that happens, we adjust and buy flowers but we strive to only source domestic flowers.

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