Seton Harvest Shareholder Bouquet Subscription

Copy of Bucket of spring bouquets
Copy of Collage of pink and purple flowers
Copy of Collage of yellow and orange flowers
Copy of Collage of green flowers and foliage
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Copy of Bucket of spring bouquets
Copy of Collage of pink and purple flowers
Copy of Collage of yellow and orange flowers
Copy of Collage of green flowers and foliage
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Seton Harvest Shareholder Bouquet Subscription

from 72.00

As a Seton Harvest Shareholder, you will receive a beautiful farmers' market style bouquet of fresh flowers at the time you pick up your CSA share for the week.  Each bouquet is full of seasonal bounty including flowers, herbs, vegetables and foliage I grow or forage from my land.  

Visit the Subscription FAQs section of the Seton Harvest page to learn more about my subscription offer prior to finalizing your order.

Please note the photos are of select flowers and greenery in bloom spring/summer/fall 2017, your weekly or bi-weekly bouquet will have a different appearance each week depending on the flowers, greenery and herbs in bloom.  I post frequently what is blooming on the farm on Facebook and Instagram, please visit @darnellschoolfarm to see what is in bloom! 

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Julie and Joe have requested that I not utilize plastic bouquet sleeves to be more environmentally conscious.  My experience with kraft paper sleeves is no matter how hard I try, they do get wet and will not hold together.  Therefore, we are going to make your bouquets available for pickup resting in buckets of water, this is actually how I present them at the Historic Newburgh Farmers Market and rarely are any stems damaged.  A tag will be located on the bucket listing the names of Shareholders who have ordered a subscription.  Please use the attached pencil and check off your name when you remove your bouquet, this will help Julie and Joe determine if any are left who forgot to pick up their bouquet.