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flower csa

Due to the farm move, we will not be offering flower subscriptions in 2024.

 

We will be focusing on weddings and our sales to florists. You will be able to find our flowers at the farm store (opening in May!) or at the Chelsea Farmer's Market on Thursday evenings starting in June. We hope to be back in 2025!

 

As a flower farm, we offer our organically grown cut flowers through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) bouquet subscriptions. Our bouquets are seasonal, bright, and bring nature into your home.

Like our vegetable CSA program, your funds help to support our operating costs early in the season, such as the purchase of seeds, compost, and other supplies. In exchange, you receive bouquets thoughtfully arranged and delivered for pick-up in Westboro, Vieux-Hull or Chelsea.

The Farm

We are a cut flower farm in the Ottawa Gatineau region. We grow over 50 varieties of specialty cut-flowers and foliage on just under a quarter acre. The cut-flowers we grow are in bloom from late June until frost.

 

Soil health and supporting biodiversity are at the heart of our farming practices. We focus on no-till farming to regenerate soil, retain water, and grow healthy abundant flowers. The flower field is home to an abundance of pollinators, birds, toads, voles, insects, as well as an incredible diversity of life below the soil.

 

It's also one of the most beautiful spaces to be in on the farm.

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The farmer-florist

Not only do we love growing flowers, but we have also fallen for natural floral design. As an organic farmer connected to the land and the changing seasons, it was only a matter of time before Alix started to create with flowers.

Our design aesthetic looks to bring you into the present moment and connect you with nature. We are all about exploring unique and nuanced colour combinations and evoking the wild and whimsical. We choose varieties based on scent, texture, movement, and colour and the flowers themselves act as our ultimate inspiration.

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