Want to have beautiful blooms for weeks on end? Join our CSA Flower Share!
What is a CSA and how does it work?
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. When you become a member of Peak to Peak Flowers CSA, you are buying a “share” of the flowers that we produce each season. A member typically joins in the winter or early spring before the growing season starts. Starting in late spring/early summer/late summer, members will receive vibrant seasonal bouquets and can select between three membership options. CSA shares (bouquets) will be available for pickup on Friday and Saturday at Acme Hydroponics in Broomfield, CO. By joining the Peak to Peak Flowers CSA, members support our farm as we sow new seeds and create planting plans for upcoming seasons! Your membership will help us to continue to build and expand! We grow our flowers right here in Longmont, Colorado and they are picked no more than 1 to 2 days before pick up and last over a week in a vase. Peak to Peak Flowers makes sustainable practices a priority!
Enjoy gorgeous, fragrant bouquets of locally grown flowers all season long!
Flower Share Options
Spring Bouquet Share
Will be available Spring 2020!
Spring bouquet shares will include some single-variety bunches like bold tulips or cheerful daffodils along with some mixed bouquets that will include several flower varieties and greens. After a long, dark winter these spring flowers will be sure to bring bright and distinctive color to your home!
Members receive one bouquet per week for 5 weeks. The Spring Bouquet Share is $135+tax and bouquets will be available starting in early May (weather dependent)*.
Summer Bouquet Share
Will be available again Summer 2020!
These vibrant summer bouquets will include a mix of colorful annuals such as bachelor buttons, cosmos, dahlias, snapdragons, sunflowers, sweet peas, zinnias and greens.
Members receive one bouquet bi-weekly for 12 weeks (6 bouquets in total). The Summer Bouquet Share is $162+tax and begins around the middle of June (weather dependent)* and continues every other week through early September.
Combination Bouquet Share
Will be available 2020!
Get the best deal and have locally grown flowers from May through September! With the Combination Bouquet Share, you will receive the Spring, Summer, and Fall Shares. One bouquet for 5 weeks in the spring, one bouquet every other week during the summer for 12 weeks (6 weeks total summer), then for 4 weeks in September. Combination share is $379+tax (a FREE bouquet included with the discounted rate) and runs beginning of May through September*.
*All share members will receive an email 1-2 weeks prior to the start of the CSA. Please provide your contact email at checkout in PayPal.
Late Summer/Fall Bouquet Share
Will be available 2020!
These stunning late summer/fall bouquets will be a mix of flowers such as bachelor buttons, cosmos, dahlias, gladiolus, sunflowers, zinnias and other stunning September blooms.
Members receive one bouquet per week for 4 weeks. The Late Summer/Fall Bouquet Share is $108+tax and bouquets will be available starting in early September (weather dependent)*.
Payment– Once you sign up and pay for your membership in full, you have secured your place in the CSA for the respective season. There are no refunds for cancellation CSA once purchased. Members may choose to find an alternate person to buy out the rest of the season’s share, and the share ownership will be transferred to that person. The alternate person will pay the original shareholder directly.
Variable weather– As a share member, you share in both the bounty and the risks of farming. Due to the unpredictability of mother nature the risks may include poor harvests or the loss of crops due to inclement weather.
Pick up expectations– CSA share bouquets will need to be picked up within 2 days on Fridays from 2pm -6pm and Saturdays from 10a-3p that week for the freshest flowers. If not picked up on Friday or Saturday, we cannot guarantee freshness.
Vase life of flowers– Make the most of your bouquet! Here are some tips to get the longest life out of your bouquets after you take them home;
- Trim (using sharp/clean scissors) at least a half inch of stem at a 45-degree angle off your flowers before you put them in a vase and each time you change the water. Old dull scissors can damage stems and they may not absorb water as effectively as clean-cut stems.
- Use flower food packet for most flowers (sunflowers, zinnias, gladiolas do not like flower food). Peak to Peak provides a packet with all bouquets.
- Add water frequently. Change the water entirely every 2-3 days.
- Keep your flowers out of heat and bright light.
- Clean vases well between use with hot soapy water or in a dishwasher.