Flowers

Sustainably grown, local flowers for Farmers Markets, CSA, and Wholesale.

boquets.JPGBouquets and select stems are available at our weekly Delmar farmers markets.

All of our CSA shares include u-pick flowers. During flower season, Full Shares pick about 25 stems per week and Small shares pick about 15 stems per week. Flower shares are also available for individuals not interested in a vegetable share. Stand alone Flower Shares cost $150 for 13-18 weeks of flowers. Current CSA members can boost their flower share for $100, doubling the amount of blooms they can pick.

We offer bulk buckets or a la carte designs for weddings and other events.

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From Acroclinium to Zinnia, flowers become a bigger part of our farm growing each year.

This year our annual cut flowers will include Lilies, Dahlias, Ammi, Lisianthus, Stock, Rudbeckia, Nigella,  Bells of ireland, Bublerum, Scabiosa, Ageratum, Cerinthe, Dianthus, Matricaria, Iceland Poppies, Celosia and Calendula. Zinnia and  sunflowers are always staples of the flower field.

Dried flowers including statice, strawflower, craspedia, sweet annie, gomphrena and celosia. They will dot bouquets throughout the summer and be hung to dry for our winter markets.

We are just starting our perennial flower patch with Peonies, Tulips, Alliums, Shasta Daisy, Narcissus,  Coneflower, Yarrow, Mints, Monarda and more.

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Florists and Floral Designers are welcome to contact us about wholesale opportunities.

Please contact us with any questions

nynewleaffarm@gmail.com or 518.794.0084

 

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