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for 2021 Season

100% Minnesota Grown Flowers & Bouquets

The nitty-gritty details: 

Our Bouquet Share runs for 10 weeks typically starting mid-June through August. There are two options, a Full Share (10 weeks, every week pick-up, 10 bouquets total) and a Half Share (10 weeks, every other week pick-up, 5 bouquets total).  Choose Sargent’s as a pickup location when you sign up, and each week you’ll pick-up a bouquet of seasonally, and sustainably, grown flowers. 

Flower Bouquet CSA Share Details:

Bouquet Shares consist of locally grown, beautiful, bouquets available for pick up weekly or every-other-week from a specific location during the summer growing season.

  • Sargent’s Nursery (3352 N Service Dr, Red Wing, MN 55066) Thursday 3-6 pm*

Share Options: (Shares will run approximately early to mid-June thru August)

  • Full Share (10 weeks)
  • Half Share (10 weeks, every other week)

What can I expect? 

  • All flower bouquets will be freshly cut & hand-designed with approximately 10-30 stems. Each week will be different including (but not limited to) peonies, sunflowers, larkspur, hydrangeas, lilies, dahlias, cosmos, unique foliages & other specialty annual & perennial flowers.
  • What if I am on vacation one week? Because all flowers are fresh cut & perishable, we are not able to hold them, but the bouquets make an excellent gift for a neighbor, co-worker, church, daycare provider, or friend.
  • Will my bouquet come in a vase? All bouquets will consist of approximately 10-30 stems of fresh-cut, locally grown flowers, wrapped in kraft paper and vase ready.
  • When will my share start? The flower shares will start mid-to the end of June, depending on the weather. An email 10-14 days ahead of time will be sent out to notify you of our start date.
  • How do I care for my flowers? Each bouquet comes with care instructions stamped on the kraft paper wrap as well as a flower food packet (if you would like to use it). Flowers hold the best when out of direct sunlight & vase water is changed regularly.

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