Organic Flowers

Zinnia-Bee22017 Seasonal fresh flowers will begin to be available in June/July. Stay tuned…

Farm Fresh Flower Arrangements for your home, office, event, wedding, or gift…. All Organic, all bee-friendly, all local, loved, and handled with care by hand!

 

 

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Arranged from what is most seasonal and selected by the farmer. Available for pickup at the Farm or Boulder or Longmont Farmers’ Markets. Please email for special orders info@aspenmoonfarm.com OR come shop at the Boulder & Longmont Saturday markets, Boulder Wednesday evening market, OR flowers are available most days at our Farm Stand- 7927 Hygiene Rd.   See boulderfarmers.org for Farmers Market hours and locations. Scroll down for information about our flower designer, Amy.

$12 for Large Bouquets
$7 for Small Bouquets
$7 for Grower’s Bunch – One variety i.e. – all Snapdragons

Custom Design Services:

We also provide floral design services for your wedding or special events. Custom event designs entail a 1 hour consultation, prior to your event, for a fee of $75. Additional time, after 1st hour, will be billed at $50/hour.

Flower-bouqet2Flower Pricing:

Bridal Bouquet                  $75-$125
Bridesmaid Bouquets:   $55-90
Boutonnieres:                   $20
Corsages:                            $25
Table Arrangements:     $15-60   (does not include vases)

 


BULK FLOWERS PRICE LIST

Flowers are reserved by the bunch and can be picked up at the Farm or Farmers’ Markets. Please plan to bring your own buckets. We will have buckets available for a $10 deposit fee, to be returned when you return the bucket.

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10 stem bunches – $9.50/bunch, choice of:

Snapdragons, Stock, Carnations, Phlox, Bells of Ireland, Celosia, Asters, Feverfew, Yarrow, Pincushion

10 stem bunches – $7.50/bunch, choice of:

Ageratum, Agrostemma, Bachelors Button, Bupleurum, Gomphrena, Orlaya, Nigella, Green Mist, Marigold, Cosmos, Sedum, Grasses, Assorted Herb Bunches, Dill

flower-6b5 stem bunches – $9.50/bunch, choice of:

Specialty Flowering Kales, Elephant Head Amaranths, Emerald Tassels, and other Specialty flower varieties.

By the stem offerings:

Sunflowers:        $1.50/stem; $6/5 stems; $10/10 stems
Zinnias:                $0.60/stem; $5/10 stems; $45/100 stems


Growing season is June through first frost, with the peak being mid-July through mid-September.

All flowers are seasonal, please check with us for availability.

Aspen Moon Farm is happy to have Amy Berlinsky , owner-operator of Wildwood Designs, working full –time as the Flower Manager. Amy is in charge of flower production at Aspen Moon from seed to design to sale, for the ultimate continuity to meet your flower needs.

Here is what Amy has to say…

Having worked on the other end of the trade as a professional floral buyer and designer for several years, I became frustrated by the lack of access to local and organic flowers. After designing for some beautiful events, and experiencing the joys of the florals, it came time to dispose of the diminished bouquets. I cried when I had to throw the floral remains in the trash because I was not comfortable composting these mostly imported materials I knew had to be covered and coated with chemical pesticides and preservatives, a bitter end to such a sweet event.

And while the local flower movement is certainly budding, I am excited to be one of the growers contributing to the local supply, and even more so to be doing it at Aspen Moon Farm! It is a dream to be able to learn and implement the biodynamic practices that make the most beautiful and vital produce I have ever consumed towards sustainable flower production.

While the benefits of local are easily recognized, I have often been asked why the need for organic flowers. And while we don’t eat them (although sometimes we do), we bring them into our homes, and we are attempting to savor all the sensory pleasures they provide, sometimes right up to our faces! When in bloom, organic flowers enhance local pollinator populations and promote biodiversity. And after gifting their beauty, they can be used to enrich compost and nurture the soils from which they grew. Conventional flower farming practices maintain the same impacts on the environment, pollinators, and people who harvest them as they do for non-organic vegetables.

flower-2Truthfully, it is not only the compassion for the safety of the planet and all its inhabitants that impels me to grow flowers. I shamelessly adore flowers! I share the anticipation for the blooms of the season as you do for your special event.   I love to create personal arrangements with custom touches, often using perennial herbs from our garden beds, foraged branches and natural botanicals growing around the farm that we did not cultivate in addition to the 50+ varieties of blooms we do.

We also offer bulk orders, growers bunches, or farm-fresh market bouquets for locally-minded, eco-savvy DIY brides and event planners. Because our flowers are never dehydrated or dry-packed for shipping, the freshness and quality is unmatched to nonlocal wholesale providers.

Thank you for your interest in local flowers! We love growing for you.

Amy Berlinsky, Owner and Lead Designer, Wildwood Flowers

 

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