Currently we are not open to new subscribers. We will reopen Mid April.
Fresh cut flowers from our farm dropped off at your home or office each week! Select 4, 8, or 12 week subscriptions.
We drop a paper wrapped bouquet of mixed flowers into your bucket or vase each week
Subscriptions available Spring: March-May and Fall: August-October
We cut back in summer & will only offer flowers through our Members Only Flower Market during June and July.
Delivery areas: Fresno & Clovis, some outlaying areas are excluded
Being small flower farm, a limited number of subscriptions will be available each season
What type of flowers do you grow?
Spring: Ranunculus, Anenomes, Lisianthus, Larkspur, Sweet Peas, Heirloom Narcissus, Pincushion Flower, Stock, Snapdragons, Strawflower, Poppies, Nigella, Rudbeckia, Dames Rocket, Lunaria...
Fall: Dahlias, Heirloom Mums, Lisianthus, Sunflowers, Zinnias, Celosia, Tuberose, Amaranth, Grasses & Grains, Gomphrena, Eucalyptus...
Can I order extra flowers?
Yes! Send us an email with your request and we would be happy to deliver it along with your bouquet subscription.
Can I gift a subscription?
Yes! Flower subscriptions make an excellent gift. We can send you a digital voucher for gifting.
What if I am out of town the day of delivery?
We are happy to accommodate your schedule. You can choose to pick up from the farm another day, receive 2 bouquets the next week or add on to the end of your subscription as long as it is within the current subscription season.
How do I care for my flowers?
Trim at least 1/2" off the stems before placing in water
Clean off all leaves that will be under water
Use lukewarm water (not cold) and include the flower food packet provided
Replenish the water daily, some flowers are very thirsty and will drink up the water in just a day or two
Change out the water entirely every 3 days, trim stems again
Keep in a cool spot, out of direct sunlight
Avoid sitting your flowers next to ripening fruit to avoid ethylene gas which causes flowers to mature quickly
Throughly wash your vase before use of the next bouquet