Community Supported Agriculture

(CSA)

A CSA is a system in which members of the community support their local grower by purchasing a share before the growing season has begun. This purchase allows farmers the income they need at the beginning of the season for all of their upfront costs such as seeds, potting mix, and vendor fees. In return, csa members receive lush weekly product throughout the summer. This relationship is key to helping many small farms thrive.

The CSA here at Moss + Mirth Farm is for a weekly seasonal bouquet running for 4 or 6 weeks, Mondays from August 2nd - September 6th.

 

How it works:

Members will pay for the season in advance. E-transfer or payment through the webstore will be accepted. You are also welcome to gift a share to a friend. 

Members pick up their shares at the farm in Armstrong. There is no delivery option available as the farm is a one woman show. Mondays are pick up day so that you can enjoy your flowers throughout the week!

Each week's share is comprised of  flowers that are in season at the farm. No special requests can be made in terms of colour or flower variety.

I hope you'll join me this season and share in the bounty of small scale organic farming!

Farmer Aubrey

Organic Flower Subscription

Moss + Mirth

Farm

Organic Flower Supscription

4 or 6 Week CSA

Who wouldn't love to have weeks of fresh, local, certified organic flowers to brighten their home? Sign up for either a 4 or 6 week subscription to receive unique, hand-tied bouquets. 

 

Bouquets will be a mix of seasonal flowers, foliage and foraged items that are colourful, textural, and some even deliciously fragrant! Expect to see dazzling dahlias, celosia, snapdragons, sunflowers, cosmos, amaranth millet, gomphrena and  marigolds. Sometimes we even sneak a little basil in there!

With over 300 varieties of dahlias grown on the farm each summer, along with all of the other great staple annuals and perennials, there is sure to be something that strikes a chord with everyone. 

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