Availability

 

The First Bird will have field grown flowers for this 2018 growing season!

Are you looking for fresh, local flowers? We offer the following options, whether you’re a florist, flower enthusiast, or looking for some local color for a special event.

DIY Buckets- an economical option for those who want to work with the flowers and arrange them to your liking for a special event.

  • One bucket contains at least 60 stems of seasonal blooms, including a mix of focal and filler flowers. We only sell what we grow, therefore the season determines precisely what flowers we have available.
  • The number of arrangements you will get out of 1 bucket will vary depending on the size of arrangements. For perspective, 1 bucket yields appx. 4-6 quart jar arrangements.
  • $75 per bucket

Weekly Bouquet- a flower CSA share. 

  • 10 weeks, July 5th through September 6, 2018
  • Seasonal bouquet delivered to Montpelier every week. If you live or work within the city limits, I can deliver to your office or home. If you are in a surrounding town, I will host a pick up site in town from 5 – 6 pm on Thursdays.
  • $180 per share

Florists- contact me to be added to my weekly availability email. I will send updates out on Mondays with what’s in bloom for the upcoming week.

If you’re interested in ordering flowers or would like to sign up for a Weekly Bouquet Share please contact Kuenzi Wiswall at thefirstbirdflowers@gmail.com.

arrangement fancy for a lady

What’s to go in the field:

snapdragons

ornamental peppers

 asclepias

celosia

millet

bells of ireland

sunflowers

sage

marigold

amaranth

 sunball

coreopsis

zinnias

dahlias

strawflower

statice

gomphrena

rudbeckia

bachelor buttons

heliopsis

larkspur

nigella

cinnamon basil

bupleurum

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