Flower Subscription

We bring flowers to you -- or your loved one or best friend. Flower subscriptions are available year-round, and they make great gifts.

Signing up is simple. Choose the months you want to enroll and tell us where you want the delivery to take place. You'll receive an email every month with details about when to expect your delivery. Pay up front or on a rolling basis.

Scroll down for pricing, sign up and descriptions of what you'll receive each month.

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Pricing

One delivery per month

Prices include a $5 fee for delivery in the Asheville area.

$35 per month

3 months paid in advance, $95

6 months paid in advance, $190

One year paid in advance, $350

Want more than one delivery per month? Click "sign up" and write that information in the comments section.

 

Monthly Deliveries

 Our friends and fellow flower lovers with a market bouquet.

Our friends and fellow flower lovers with a market bouquet.

October

Fresh flower bouquet. Fall is a great season for flowers. Dahlias, foxgloves, snapdragons, zinnias, gomphrena and cosmos continue to grace our fields. This bouquet is large enough to fill a big vase, or separate it into several arrangements for coffee tables, mantle pieces, sideboards and bathrooms. Click here for more details about size.

 
 We love the novelty of orange amaryllis.

We love the novelty of orange amaryllis.

November

Orange you glad Thanksgiving is coming? (Terrible joke, but we couldn't help ourselves.) You'll receive a presprouted amaryllis in a cheerful shade of orange. Have blooms in your home for Thanksgiving, or give it as a gift. A high quality bulb produces 2-3 stems with multiple flowers per stem. Comes with a stylish ceramic pot and instructional card. Learn how to save the bulb for blooms every Thanksgiving.

 
 Red for the holidays!

Red for the holidays!

December

Red flowers were made for the holidays. If you signed up for November, you'll have fallen in love with amaryllis. Watch the flower grow each day and burst into bloom for your celebration. A high quality bulb produces 2-3 stems with multiple flowers per stem. Comes with a stylish ceramic pot and instructional card that tells you how to save the bulb for many years to come.

 
 Paperwhites are fragrant, low maintenance bloomers.

Paperwhites are fragrant, low maintenance bloomers.

January

Slow down with pure and simple pleasures, like paperwhites. These bulbs produce dozens of sweet smelling blooms. You'll receive the growing stems in a stylish ceramic pot. Watch them grow bigger each day and burst into bloom, a touch of spring in the middle of winter.

 
 Bright ranunculus are the antidote to the winter blues.

Bright ranunculus are the antidote to the winter blues.

February

Fresh flower bouquet. Winter blooms are some of our favorites! February is when the fresh flower season begins with poppies, anemones, ranunculus, lenten rose and more. Discover nature's coolest blooms with this sizeable bouquet, large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 Tulips might be our favorite. Then again, they're all our favorite.

Tulips might be our favorite. Then again, they're all our favorite.

March

Fresh flower bouquet. The first of the tulips begin to bloom, starting with the large impression series and the early doubles with their many layers of ruffled petals. There are no boring tulips on our farm. We select remarkable varieties based on size, color and richness. Delivered to you with the bulbs on for extra long vase life. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 Poppies in a handmade vase.

Poppies in a handmade vase.

April

Fresh flower bouquet. Spring is here! Hopefully. There are always starts and stops in Western North Carolina, but the reliable spring bloomers don't mind a cold snap. They're here to stay. Tulips, ranunculus, anemones, narcissus, poppies and the first of the annuals and perennials adding color and texture. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 Our friend Janna with a handful of campanula.

Our friend Janna with a handful of campanula.

May

Fresh flower bouquet. Do you know what really brings May flowers? April showers certainly help, but we plant May flowers in October to make sure our fields are bursting with goodness by May. Annuals are coming in strong. Campanula, cosmos, snapdragons, foxgloves, delphinium join the ranunculus, anemones, poppies and tulips. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 We grow delicate varieties of gladiolus-- a new take on a classic.

We grow delicate varieties of gladiolus-- a new take on a classic.

June

Fresh flower bouquet. You'll need all your fingers and toes to count what's growing by this time of year. The fields are full of color and texture. The first plump dahlias, airy umbels like Queen Anne's Lace, slender sweet peas, playful nigella -- plus many of the goodies you loved from May. Cosmos, foxgloves, delphinium and more. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 We love small sunflowers because they look great in bouquets!

We love small sunflowers because they look great in bouquets!

July

Mixed flower bouquet. Summer is our favorite season. We thrive during warm, long days, just like the flowers. We welcome the sun lovers: Dahlias, gladiolus, nicotania, sunflowers, marigolds, zinnias and more. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 Lisianthus will make you smile!

Lisianthus will make you smile!

August

Mixed flower bouquet. If you don't know the name lisianthus yet, you will. Our market customers flip for this delicate looking but long lasting bloom. It looks like a rose, but it's much sturdier. We're comfortable promising a 10-day vase life, but the record is nearly one month. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 
 Cafe au Lait is the queen of the dahlia patch.

Cafe au Lait is the queen of the dahlia patch.

September

Mixed flower bouquet. If dahlias have a favorite month, it's September. Temperatures are cooling, and these bold ladies come into their own in an array of shapes, sizes and colors. More delicate friends, such as cosmos, enjoy this weather too. This mixed bouquet is large enough to fill an impressive centerpiece or three smaller arrangements. Click here for more details about size.

 

About Flower Farming

We're a small farm, and we grow our flowers here in the mountains of Western North Carolina. We should mention that we're at the mercy of the weather.

We promise to fulfill all flower subscriptions. However, we reserve the option to deviate from the descriptions above if weather or crop failure necessitate this change. In the event of total crop failure, we will fill subscription orders by sourcing from beyond the farm.