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Barn Swallow Blossoms Bouquet CSAs are a great way to enjoy fresh, sustainable and seasonal flowers! Each week, Kelly will create unique designs for you with diverse, colorful blooms. CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture,” and is a direct-to-consumer subscription model that has long been used in local, sustainable agriculture. Joining a CSA means that you will have a direct connection to your local farmer and the story behind your blooms. I’m so excited to share the abundance of blooms with you this year! Sign up below. (Note: If you prefer to pay by check or cash instead of PayPal, please contact Kelly directly at


This is a month-long subscription (4 deliveries) featuring some of the first blooms of the year: specialty narcissus, ranunculus, anemones, tulips, and much more! Deliveries will begin in early April, although exact start date depends on when the flowers come on in full force (varies year to year, weather-dependent). A couple weeks before the start of the program, Kelly will send out a delivery calendar with a full CSA orientation.


Enjoy height-of season floral abundance all summer long! This diverse subscription offers a wide array of flowers over 10 weeks. The 2022 program will run from July 13th through September 14th. Choose between a full share (10 bouquets, weekly deliveries) or a half share (5 bouquets, every-other-week deliveries). For summer shares, we offer the option for one "vacation week" if you're out of town during the program (bouquet credit or rescheduled delivery).


Bouquet pick-ups are on Wednesday afternoons/evenings from 4pm-7pm. We have a number of sites hosted by friendly neighbors:

  • Eugene: Madison & Broadway

  • Eugene: 22nd & Alder

  • Thurston/Springfield: S. 58th St

  • Outer Springfield/Walterville: Willow & Oak Farm (BSB's home!) 36986 Camp Creek Rd

  • Leaburg/Vida: Upriver Organics Farm Stand, 44382 McKenzie Hwy

  • Home or Business Delivery: Available with a delivery charge (for Eugene, Springfield, Camp Creek Rd, and McKenzie Hwy between Cedar Flat and Leaburg only)