IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Frequently asked questions

Do you grow year round?


We grow seaonally, which for this zone (Zone 7) means we start sometime between January and March and grow through the first frost which is usually around mid-October.




How do I order?


We offer multiple ways to order. You can sign up for a subscription (Spring, Summer, and our September dahlia share) which are all delivered to your doors for the duration of the subscription (4-6 weeks.) There are more details for each share under our shop page. We offer pre-ordered bouquet farm pick ups on Sunday and Monday. They will be available in the farm stand at the front of our property from 10-4, but if you are unable to make it during those hours, we are happy to accomodate. We have bouquets available in the farm stand throughout the week as available. We post on social media when they are stocked and they are first come first serve. We also do special order/occasion bouquets (birthdays, anniversaries, celebrations) which are a larger version of our standard bouquets. They are hand arranged and tied, wrapped in our signature paper, and finished with a ribbon. These are also available to order on our shop page.




What is your delivery radius?


We deliver to all of Loudoun County VA!




How long do your flowers last?


When you buy a bouquet, every single stem has been freshly harvested within 24 hours of you receiving it. Our flowers are the freshest flowers you can possibly buy. Some flowers naturally last longer than others, but our flowers typically last between 1-2 weeks. We include a "care card" with each of our bouquets to help you get the most out of your flowers.




Why local?


One of the leaders in the local flower movement, Jennie Love, wrote a wonderful article that goes into detail on both the enviornmental impact, and health concerns with buying imported, half dead toxic flowers. It is an incredibly interesting read and if you have a few minutes I urge you to read it. It will change your mind about how you see flowers and instead of re-creating the wheel, I will include the link to her essay! https://lovenfreshflowers.com/buy-local-flowers/





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