Join our CSA
"Baltimore's Prettiest CSA"
If you love flowers, or want to gift flowers to someone who does, our subscription service is for you!
You can get flowers all season long (June-October), or you can choose your own combination of months. Many of our flowers are edible or can be dried for years!
Our Butterbee CSA members stay with us year after year because quality, customer service, and bringing beauty to your lives are our top priorities.
Your flowers are bursting from a black bucket. You get the cream of the crop each week, with blooms like sunflowers, lilies, dahlias, and lisianthus, to foliages like millets, mint, and eucalyptus. Expect delicious scents, unusual flowers, and very, very, very long lasting blooms!
Pick up your share between 11 am and 9 pm on alternate Fridays. We're less than a mile from the Trader Joe's in Pikseville. You can absolutely give a share as a gift, or "share" your share with friends and family.
We will publish the exact dates of your share pickup in the spring, but it will always be Fridays. If you're away a week or two, you can gift your flowers to a friend- just let us know! Share pickups are every other week.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do Butterbee CSA members get special farm perks? They do! Full season (June through October) CSA members receive 10% off any event flowers they might need for dinner parties, birthdays, and even weddings!
What’s the difference between monthly and full share members? Monthly members get 2 shares per month, and can choose any combination of months from June to October. Full season members get 10 shares over the course of 5 months- June through October.
How do I buy a CSA share as a gift to someone? When you purchase the CSA, you’ll fill out a little form with an option to gift the share. Then, we’ll email you a little gift note to print out or email to your gift recipient.
Is your farm really less than a mile from Trader Joe’s? Yes! Not to mention the Wine Loft. If you’re grocery shopping, we recommend going to Trader Joe’s first and then picking up your share, since flowers won’t do well sitting in a hot car.