It’s our first week of the CSA and we’re so excited!
Your snaps were grown in Jarrettsville by our friend Matt Bauer of Flowers by Bauer's.
The larkspur and peonies were grown by our friends Rick and Wenfei Uva from Seaberry Farm out on the eastern shore.
The Bells of Ireland were grown by Capital Flower Growers, a collaborative effort by Wollam Gardens and Greenstone Fields.
From left to right, the flowers are Bells of Ireland, larkspur, peonies, and snapdragons.
Since everything is TALL this week, if you’re going to display your bouquet as it’s currently arranged, choose a tall vase that will allow your flowers to show off all of their blooms!
Since this is our first week for flowers I thought I’d share some tips about how to keep your flowers looking fresh for as long as possible.
- Replenish the water daily. Change the entire vase of water every 2 days.
- Trim the ends of your stems before your put them in the vase and each time you change the water.
- Keep your flowers out of heat and direct sunlight.
- Be sure the vase you are using is CLEAN.
Each flower has a unique vase life (how long it will live in the vase). Your flowers will be happier and live longer if you follow these tips!
Hope you enjoy these early summer blooms! Don’t forget to use the hashtag #locoflocsa if you share photos on social media.
If you are reading this post and still want to sign up for the CSA, there is still time. Sign up on our website today! (the price will be prorated!)
See you next time!