Community Supported Agriculture
Here's what you need to know:
Pick-up/ delivery options:
Mondays: 10am-5pm Hannah Grimes Marketplace:
42 Main Street Keene, NH
Tuesdays: Delivery route to members who live or work in the following towns ONLY: Gilsum, Surry & Keene.
Sorry- no exceptions can be made.
There is an additional fee for the delivery service.
Thursdays: 9am-5pm at Vera Flora Farm in Gilsum, NH
We are happy to consider other pick-up locations in the local area with four Flower CSA share members or more.
Please contact us!
Exact share dates are subject to Mother Nature's whims and will be announced to members 7-10 days before the start of the 2021 program.
Each bouquet comes wrapped in recyclable brown paper and and is arranged to be vase ready. NEW this year- each bouquet you receive will also come with a flower food packet to keep your bouquets looking fresher even longer!
Late Summer Bouquet Share:
6 weeks $125
Mid July through late August
Receive bouquets filled with the stars of late summer: zinnias, lilies, dahlias, sunflowers, celosia, amaranth, lisianthus, ornamental grasses and more!
The later summer bouquets tend to be larger, in part because many of these varieties are started from seed and are less expensive to grow.
We are also harvesting the greatest abundance of flowers during these weeks of peak summer.
Full Summer Season Bouquet Share:
12 weeks $250
Early June through late August
With the full summer season share, you'll receive bouquets with everything our farm has to offer all summer long- from Anemones to Zinnias!
The Full Summer Bouquet Share is like taking a floral journey!
Each week the composition of the bouquets subtly shifts starting with spring flowers like tulips, sweet peas and anemones and takes you all the way though to the end of the summer blooms like zinnias, sunflowers and dahlias.
Early Summer Bouquet Share:
6 weeks $125
Early June through mid-July
Receive bouquets filled with the swoon-worthy late spring/early summer blooms like peonies, ranunculus, poppies, anemones, lilies, peonies, snapdragons, sweet peas, tulips and more!
Many of the stunning late spring flower varieties are started from bulbs or corms purchased each year and tend to be the most valuable and expensive to grow, so the bouquets are a moderate size (much like the photo). What they lack in enormity they make up in exquisiteness.