CSA - on season
Sign up for the Flower Club
The Stitchdown Flower Club is our version of a CSA - a weekly flower subscription. You pay once at the beginning of the season, and receive a mind-meltingly beautiful bouquet of flowers we’ve grown here on the farm every week for the term described in the option you choose. It's awesome. There's even an official club membership pin. Seriously.
Bethel & Woodstock Pickup Locations
You receive a luscious bouquet of flowers & filler grown and foraged entirely on our farm in Bethel, arranged by the unique & creative sensibility of our resident farmer / florist, Rita Champion.
You receive an voluptuous, overflowing bucket of flowers & filler grown and foraged entirely on our farm in Bethel, with which you can create your own floral masterpieces, on your schedule, in your own way. An excellent option for the stubborn doers and perennially active & curious folks out there.
If you'd prefer not to pay online, you can send a check for the appropriate amount, denoting which share type and pickup location, to 119 Bundy Rd. Bethel, VT 05032
How it Works
Every Wednesday at the Market on the Green, for the term of your subscription.
Every Friday through your subscription, at the farm in Bethel
We grow an enormous range of flowers, and frequently venture into our 260 acres of woods, along our meandering stream beds and through the forest edges for interesting, endemic branches, greenery, flowers and berries. Because we never know the dynamics of a season - late frost, drought, excessive rain, errant rhinoceros stampede - we can't be sure exactly what flowers we'll have or when well have them throughout the season. The following is a sample of the kinds of flower and foliage you'll find in your shares in each part of the season:
Zinnia, sunflower, amaranth, dahlia, aster, vines, bupleurum, euphorbia (mountain snow), lily, lisianthus, cosmo, phlox, ornamental grasses.
Sweet pea, stock, peony, poppy, ranunculus, flowering branches, queen anne's lace, snapdragon, cosmo, lily, bupleurum, chinese forget-me-not.
The CSA model is a joint investment. By paying early in the season, you are helping us generate cashflow at a resource-intensive time of the season when very little is coming out of the ground. By investing early, you get a discount on the retail price of your flowers, and get to relax in the luscious, timeless glow of flowers in your home, all season long.