Bee's Wing Farm Flower CSA Subscriptions
It's Easy to Get Started
Our weekly Flower CSA Subscription will provide you or a friend with sustainably grown and artfully arranged flowers from February through November. Lush peonies, lovely larkspur, vivacious zinnias, dazzling dahlias, and so many other stunning blooms will bring an extra bit of sunshine into your home or office.
Choose Your Subscription
We have nine packages to choose from depending on your budget and needs. Choose from our four-week subscription for flowers from winter to fall.
Order at least 10 days before a subscription starts! NOTE: Subscriptions sell out due to limited availability. Sign up for our email newsletter to stay in touch.
Pickup or Delivery
We have convenient pick-up locations in Loudoun County and Occoquan. Check out our locations, pick-up days and local delivery area at the bottom of this page.
A Perfect Gift
A beautiful flower bouquet each week is a most thoughtful gift. For someone special, teachers, a new neighbor, or a thank you gift. Spread the beauty and joy of flowers.
Why You'll Love Your Flower CSA Subscriptions
Organically Grown Flowers
Our flowers are gently grown using all organic practices in our Bluemont fields and greenhouses to ensure that our soil, water and our neighbors (both two and four legged) come to no harm from use of herbicides or synthetic pesticides.
Our flowers are picked for optimal vase life and freshness. Often picked in bud stage, so that our customers can watch them unfurl in all their glory and enjoy them to the fullest!
Our bouquet consists of one lovely hand-tied bouquet designed by Bee’s Wing Farm staff and presented to you in a hand-stamped eco-friendly brown paper wrap each week.
Supporting Our Farm
Your payment and commitment help us, a local and small farm business, feel held and supported by you, our neighbor, and community, as we enter another unknown growing season as well as the unwelcome COVID dilemma ahead.
Choose Your Flower CSA Subscription(s)
Flower Enthusiast (ALL CSA SHARES)
Claude Monet perhaps said it best, “I must have flowers always and always.”
If this sentiment resonates then this is the flower CSA share for you!
You will experience the entirety of our locally grown growing season.
Your flower CSA share will be from April thru November, receiving 24 weeks of seasonal flowers.
Can you imagine! We know it's hard to choose just one CSA share, and that's why we know this one may be perfect for you. What if you are going to be out of town one week? Maybe you want to share one of your bouquets with a special friend? Just a thought, of course, we don't think you have to.
Each flower CSA bouquet will be presented to you in a hand-stamped brown paper wrap.
Pick-Up or Delivery for Your Flower CSA Subscription
NEW: Pick-Up Day By Location
CSA Members can pick-up from the following locations (early afternoon/early evening):
- Philomont General Store, Philomont
- Mom’s Apple Pie Locations*:
- Bee’s Wing Farm, Bluemont
- Sweet Rose Bakeshop, Purcellville
If you are able to gather ten or more people you can start your own pick-up location. Email us for more information.
Wednesday Local Delivery
You can have your CSA flower subscription delivered for an additional $40 for the 4-weeks.
We deliver to the following zip codes*:
20135, 20132, 20129, 20141, 20158, 20117, 20175, 20176, 20103, 20104, 20147, 20170,20190,20191, 20192, 20147, 20148, 20166, 20164, 20165, 20170.
Please be sure to include the following information. We use this for our delivery notifications and farm newsletter.
- delivery address
- the recipient's name
- cell number
*If you would like a Bouquet Subscription delivered outside of these areas, please contact us before ordering to see if it can be arranged.
What is a Flower CSA?
A flower CSA (Community-supported agriculture) works just the same as the ever-popular vegetable CSA. Community members typically join in the winter/early spring before the growing season begins. Their payment and commitment to the farm help the farmer purchase seed and other supplies for the season and help the farmer feel held and supported by their neighbors and community members as they enter the unknown of the growing season ahead.