Medium Market Bouquet - THURS
Field Update: Greenstone Fields has a lull in their fields (but is still at the market!) so is taking a break from the pickle van :/ Stay tuned as they come back or we have another farm join for Thursday flower joy! -June 24
Some farmers grow beautiful food, some farmers grow beautiful flowers. There's no better way to finish up your farmers market shopping than with an armful of seasonal blooms! Lucky for you and us - we're now bringing the local flowers to your doorstep.
Your designed spring bouquet from Greenstone Fields comes wrapped + ready for your choice of vessel - pitcher, porron, bud vases, etc! This medium spring bouquet will have at least 15 lovely stems and clocks in around 10" tall.
During this glorious summer season, your bouquet for delivery Thursday 6/25 may include:
- a peony or lily: these focal flowers are the star of the show!
- CAUTION CAT OWNERS: lilies are NOT cat friendly.
sunflower: a splash of SUMMER!
- mint, Baptista, basil: these foliages smell good :)
- yarrow, feverfew, bupleurum: these fillers round out the local blooms for visual balance
Greenstone Fields is a specialty cut flower farm located in Loudoun County. Their flowers are grown with the utmost care, with a special eye to reducing wasteful packaging. Barbara and Dennis are passionate stewards of the local flower movement and were recently awarded for their land stewardship work! We love seeing their bountiful flower display at the Falls Church Farmers Market.
Our recommendations for keeping your flowers longer lasting: cut the stems when you receive them. Change the water daily (and make sure there is enough water)! Recut the stems every few days. Naturally, some flowers or foliage will wilt sooner than other stems. Part of the fun of local flowers: keep cutting + rearranging your flowers throughout the week, as new flowers bloom and others fade.
At this time, we can't honor special requests for colors or flower types. We're asking farmers to send us the best flowers they have! This variety will likely change on a weekly basis, and, of course, with the seasons.