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What is a flower CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A flower CSA works the same way as popular vegetable CSAs but instead of getting a box of veggies each week, you get a beautiful bouquet of flowers!  A member typically signs up in the early spring before the growing season starts. Their payment helps our farm buy seeds and other supplies for the coming year. In return for your "investment", members receive a stunning weekly bouquet of premium, naturally-grown flowers. All the flowers in our bouquets are grown right here on our farm and are certified naturally grown. 

How does it work?

Our Flower CSA runs June-August for a total of 13 weeks. You pick up your bouquet each week at our farm in Conway. Pickups are on Mondays from 3-7pm. Our Farm is located at 2011 Tyler Street in Conway, Arkansas. We are located very close to the Faulkner Co. Library and Hendrix College. You will just pull up into the driveway of our farm and grab your bouquet off the table under the porch anytime between the pickup window of 3-7pm. This pickup is self serve!

What size are the bouquets and what types of flowers will they have?

The size of the bouquets will vary week to week depending on what type of flowers they contain but will always have at least 15-20 flower stems plus an assortment of smaller filler flowers and greenery. These bouquets will be large enough to fill out a quart sized mason jar vase or can be divided up into 2-3 smaller bouquets for multiple rooms in your house.

The flowers each bouquet includes will vary with the season but can contain a mix of sunflowers, snapdragons, celosia, zinnias, bachelors buttons, amaranth, gomphrena, yarrow, ageratum, basil, cosmos, baby's breath, dianthus, gladiolus, lilies, ammi, marigolds and stock. Please check out some photos of last year's bouquets at the bottom of the page!

How much does it cost?

The cost for a 13 week flower CSA is $250. This gets you 3 whole months of fresh, beautiful, locally grown flowers for less than $20 per week! Our fresh flowers typically last a week or more so you really will get to enjoy them all week long!

Want to purchase a flower CSA, but need a more affordable option? Consider going in with a friend to purchase your CSA and take turns picking the flowers up each week! This is also handy for whenever someone is out of town-you will have a backup person to pick up for you!

What happens if I can't pick up one week?

We understand that on occasion you may not be able to pick up your bouquet. Whether you are on vacation or just have something come up, we get it! If you know you won't be able to pick up one week, we have a couple options for you:

-Send a family member or friend to pick up your bouquet for you. Chances are they will love it!

-If you are going to be out of town and don't want to send a friend, please send us an email at least one week in advance to let us know when you will be gone and for how long and we will hold your bouquets until you return.

We CAN NOT offer alternate pick up times. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but if you don't arrange to have your bouquet picked up during our Monday pickup up window, it will be donated.

Flower CSAs make wonderful gifts!

Flower CSAs make absolutely wonderful gifts. Who wouldn't want to receive a fresh bouquet of flowers each week? They are especially wonderful as a Mother's Day gift! Please let us know if you are buying the CSA as a gift for someone and we can send you a lovely card explaining the gift. (We can send you a digital or paper card option). 

Note that we do not offer a flower delivery option, your gift recipient will need to be able to pick up their flowers weekly at our farm.

How do I sign up? 

Easy! Just pay online HERE or if you are more comfortable paying by cash or check, please email us to let us know you want to sign up and then mail a check to our farm or just stop by to drop it off. All payments for the 2019 flower CSA must be made before June 1st 2019.

If paying by check, please make it out to Bell Urban Farm and mail it to 2001 Tyler St. Conway, AR 72032.

We have a limited number of CSA shares available for our first year, so please sign up today!

A note about the floral industry

A lot of attention is paid to the importance of local foods but not as much about local flowers. We want to change that! The conventional flower industry is huge and quite toxic. Because flowers are not grown for human consumption there is little regulation on the usage of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers. Most of these flowers are grown in conditions that are unsafe for the environment and for the workers handling them. Most of the flowers available at grocery stores come either from the Netherlands or from South America. These flowers are shipped thousands of miles to get to you and use many gallons of fossil fuels!

Local flowers, grown by local farmers (especially organic or naturally grown) are the safer option. They are better for you, your family, the environment and your community! Choose to invest your money with local flower farmers and know you are supporting a good cause! 

Thank you for choosing Bell Urban Farm! Don't hesitate to email us with any questions!

Sign up for the 2019 Flower CSA!

Zinnias growing at our farm
handful of zinnias
a mixed bouquet
basket full of bouquets
sunflower and amaranth bouquet
sunflowers growing at our farm
bicolor sunflowers
purple bouquet with basil, amaranth, zinnia, lavender and salvia
bouquets wrapped in paper and ready for the farmers' market
mixed bouquets
plum sunflowers

Zinnias growing at our farm handful of zinnias a mixed bouquet basket full of bouquets sunflower and amaranth bouquet sunflowers growing at our farm bicolor sunflowers purple bouquet with basil, amaranth, zinnia, lavender and salvia bouquets wrapped in paper and ready for the farmers' market mixed bouquets plum sunflowers
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