COVID-19 Update 3/22/2020: My husband and I are still working our flower farm during the shelter in place mandate by the city of Philadelphia. We are switching some of our growing space into vegetables and we hope to have our first veggie harvest ready by mid July.


While we don't know what our farm sales will look like over the next few months, we appreciate any support you can provide through the purchase of a flower share. If we are unable to fulfill the flower share due to city pandemic regulations, we will honor your purchase by either providing you with a gift card for a future purchase, offering a substitution of vegetables, or refunding your money. Thank you again for your support and please help save lives by staying home.


What: Freshly harvested spring and early summer blooms grown right in Kensington, Philadelphia. We'll deliver an arranged bouquet of 20 to 25 stems of seasonal flowers to your selected pick-up location every other week (a total of 4 bouquets). You’ll be able place the arrangement right into your own vase.



Every other Thursday in May and June (May 14 and 28, June 11 and 25)


  • Center City from 1pm to 4pm - A View From My Seat Offices, Land Title Building, Broad and Chestnut
  • South Philly from 4pm to 6pm - Occasionette - 1825 East Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia PA 19148
  • West Kensington from 4pm to 6pm - Jig-Bee Farm, 2137 N. American St, Philadelphia PA 19122
  • Fairmount/Art Museum from 4pm to 6pm - Ali's Wagon - 2017 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130
  • Navy Yard from 10am to 3pm - URBN Market - 5000 S Broad St, BLDG 543, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19112 (URBN Market Thursdays: April 23, May 7, June 4 and 18)


Every other Wednesday in Collingswood, NJ! (May 13 and 27, June 10 and 24)



  • Collingswood, NJ from 4pm to 6pm - Occasionette -724 Haddon Ave, Collingswood, NJ 08108



Every other Week for 8 weeks: $108 (includes tax)

2020 SPRING Flower Share (CSA) Every Other Week - May & June

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