Spring Bloom Subscriptions with Birdsong Blooms


Use coupon code Sale15 to receive a 15% discount at checkout!


"That access to heirloom flowers, nostalgic cottage flowers, and ephemeral botanicals is only achieved when you can buy farm direct."

— Debra Prinzing

Many of you are probably aware of the term CSA, have heard it in passing, or even participated in a seasonal CSA for your weekly garden vegetables. But, did you know that you have access to the freshest, specialty flowers through your local cut flower farmer?

The concept is the same. C.S.A stands for community supported agriculture. I can share in fellowship with my farming neighbors of all kinds that agriculture is seasonal and that means that each season has its own set of input costs. There are months that we don't receive any income. A timely example is this week, I ordered the seeds that will be started in January for next summer's blooms! We work months in advance so that we have the ability to adjust our production, expand our growing beds, have access to amendments and seeds that may be sold out or otherwise unavailable at another time. The typical lifecycle of our production for a summer stem starts 10 months prior to our first harvest and thus realizing any profit. Wow, right?!

Through a CSA, we are coming together as a community to bring in the harvest. It is an upfront investment that supports our expenses throughout the winter so we may bring you the bounty of our fields. With the holidays right around the corner, Birdsong Blooms is officially opening our Spring Bloom CSA subscriptions for sale! This makes for a beautiful local gift that doubles as an experience that keeps on giving for 4 weeks. As you and your loved ones are beginning to feel the change of the season, we begin delivering the very blooms you invested in over the holidays!

Birdsong Blooms functions primarily as a wholesale supplier of organic, local cut flowers across the Kansas City metro area. Our CSA subscriptions provide retail customers with an opportunity to enjoy our organic blooms in their homes straight from the farm! We are a small operation, so we limit how many spring and summer subscriptions that are available. No time to waste, be sure to make your purchase quickly to guarantee a spot in this season's CSA.

Our Spring Cut Flower Bloom CSA consists of 4 consecutive weeks of bouquets available for pickup at our farm shop at no charge in Leavenworth, KS, or delivery can be added. We'd love to be able to bring your bouquet free of charge, but with the increased costs across the board, we have initiated a one time delivery free for anyone residing 10 miles or more from our farm shop. We do make weekly trips to Kansas City, so don't worry, we are here to serve you.

Each week will be a display of the designer's favorites, grouped together into a posy for your delight. Your first week will include a vase that we ask that you clean weekly and reuse for the remaining three deliveries. This ensures that we are providing a sustainable and reusable product that doesn't clutter up your cabinets for years to come!

One week may be a stunning bouquet of parrot tulips and the next promises to be a gathering of three of our most outstanding blooms and fresh foliage wrapped in paper, hand tied and professionally conditioned to ensure maximum vase life.

All of these details and more are available for review online at https://www.birdsongblooms.com/product-page/spring-cut-flower-bouquet-csa.

Fresh flower CSA subscriptions are the unexpected gift for the hard to buy for, and will be truly loved by the young and old alike. Many of us are looking for new ways to connect with our friends and families beyond Black Friday gadgets and Amazon specials. Consider a truly local, community supporting gift this year that will light up the lives of those who receive them. It's hard to beat the simple joy that weekly flowers bring and we are honored at Birdsong Blooms to bring that joy to you and your families.

Use coupon code Sale15 to receive a 15% discount at checkout!

Best of the Season,

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