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CSA Bouquets

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CSA Subscriptions

CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture, is a way to provide critical support to local farms as they prepare for the upcoming growing season. By investing in a CSA flower share, you are helping our Bangor-based flower farm offer sustainably grown flowers to the community. 

It's simple! Choose a 5-week or an 8-week subscription. You will receive your "share" of a unique, thoughtfully arranged flower bouquet on a biweekly basis. Group orders with >5 CSA subscriptions per location are eligible for Thursday morning delivery in Bangor, Brewer, Hampden, Orono & Veazie. Otherwise, bouquet pick-ups are at the following locations:

FRIDAYS: The Ampersand, 22 Mill Street, Orono, 10am-6pm

SUNDAYS: Bangor Farmer's Market, Abbott Square, Bangor, 11am-1:30pm


    Weddings & Events

Farmer florist work is our niche. Weddings, anniversaries, showers, openings, funerals... we would be honored to help you with any special event you have in your life. Flowers are grown from seed to blossom and then wrapped up into beautiful arrangements tailored to your taste.

Pricing for your event is determined after an initial consultation (in person, by phone, or a clear email) and will vary depending on the flowers requested and to be used during a particular part of the season. 

Please reach out to request 2024 pricing and allow up to 3-5 business days for a response.

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About Weezy's

My name is Jenny, but I have always been fondly referred to as “Weezy”, or “weasel”, by my Dad starting at a very young age. The origin of such a name is unknown to us both, but it has stuck and lived on.


We always had a vegetable garden growing up. I remember pulling fresh, enormous carrots straight from my Dad’s garden and eating them on the lawn after a wash with the hose. Memories of the garden growing up never leave me. He taught me all the basics of growing a good veggie. I treasure our shared hobby, especially on the wintery days we browse and contemplate our seed catalogs together.


After a 12-year career in nursing, I have felt a growing need to move into flower farming. I have become completely enamored with the world of planting seeds, watching them grow and blossom, and obsessing over the colors, smells, and textures. My passion is for drying varieties and different mechanisms to dry and preserve “everlasting” flowers.


In 2023, my work in flower farming and floristry is extending to an exciting on-farm project in collaboration with Forest Street Carpentry and Awen Recovery. This summer, we expect to be offering hands-on work and therapeutic experiences for women in early recovery from drugs and alcohol.


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