CSA for flowers only?
- Bonz Jul 16, 2009 09:45 AM
Does anyone know if there is a DC-area CSA for flowers only? We are not interested in veggies or other eats, just flowers. I thought I saw one once upon a time, but it is eqaully possible that I just dreamed it up.
Cedar Rock Farm produces a wide variety of vegetables, flowers and herbs, as well as honey for CSA members in Garrett and Allegany Counties . Pick up sites are in Cumberland and Frostburg and at the farm in Mt. Savage . Full, half and working shares are offered. Flowers and herb shares are an additional cost. Contact: Sam White or Amanda Paul, 301-264-4162, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fresh and Local CSA grows vegetables, fruits and herbs using biodynamic methods. Deliveries are made weekly to Maryland locations in Tacoma Park, Silver Spring, Bethesda, and near American University, as well as Arlington and Shepherdstown, WV. CSA members may also purchase separate shares of flowers pasture-raised eggs and chicken. Grass-fed beef, naturally raised pork and lamb are available by order throughout the season. The season runs for 20 weeks from June to October. For additional information, contact Allan Balliett at 304-876-3382, email: email@example.com, or go to www.freshandlocalcsa.com.
One Straw Farm CSA is an organic vegetable farm located in White Hall, Baltimore County . The24 week harvest season begins in early June and ends before Thanksgiving. Shares of vegetables, flowers and herbs may be picked up at several locations throughout Baltimore: Boordy Vineyards (15 minutes from the Baltimore Beltway); Church of the Messiah, Northeast Baltimore; Harford Rd, Catonsville; Charm City Run Timonium; 32nd St Farmer’s Market in Baltimore; Federal Hill - Baltimore, Home-White Hall. New Sites may be started - 10 share minimum. Contact Joan Norman, 410-343-1828, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com, Website: www.onestrawfarm.com. (Certified Organic)