SEASONAL FLOWER SUBSCRIPTION
Bloom offers unique, and truly specialty flowers that are lovingly grown on my mini-farm in Western North Carolina. During March-October flower subscriptions are offered. Flower subscriptions are the best way to guarantee that you receive the first and best cuts of unique flowers that change as the season progresses. Options are weekly, bi monthly or monthly bouquets. All subscription flowers are grown locally using intensive succession planting methods to get the most flowers out of a small plot of land. Each year new varieties are added to the mix.
Subscriptions can be paid by spring, summer, or dahlia season, or by monthly auto-withdraws with the link below. The auto-draw option will keep the flowers coming for the entire growing season and can be stopped at any time.
FLOWER SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS:
Weekly subscription: Large bouquet full of vibrant blooms from the garden. These bouquets are hand tied, and in a Kraft paper sleeve. Perfect for the flower loving person, or to adorn business entrances. Pick up is at the flower stand or delivered in the Black Mountain. $75 a month
Bi-monthly: Same large bouquet full of vibrant blooms twice a month. $40 a month
Monthly: Same large bouquet for $20 a month
Bucket subscription: Would you rather make your own arrangements? Then this is the deal for you. A bucket full of fresh seasonal blooms and greenery. 2x a month. $120
Poppies, July 2017.
bloom will design brides and bridesmaid bouquets, boutonnieres, table centerpieces, small arches and focals. When possible, flowers grown on the farm will be used. If flowers are not available on the farm, or it is off season, bloom will purchase flowers from a trusted distributor. Pricing varies depending on pieces ordered, flower variety and availability. For the DIY bride, buckets of flowers can be purchased. Please contact bloom for a free 1 hour consult.
bloom can design all sorts of arrangements such as seasonal wreaths, holiday centerpiece arrangements, birthday and special occasion bouquets. Just ask, it can probably be done! In addition, I work with local potters and am thrilled to sell their amazing products.
Crowns made for the angels and acolytes for the Christmas play at St. James Episcopal Church.