June 03, 2021
A flower farm? Two years ago Ann Marie fulfilled a dream of owning a small home in Midcoast Maine. After years of looking in and around the St. George area, she settled on Waldoboro.
From the moment she stepped foot on the land she knew it was meant to be. She literally got goose bumps and fell in love with the lot. Just under 1.5 acres.
Originally she intended it to be an AirBnB, but then the pandemic arrived, so she did what any flower-loving woman does: she dug in the dirt. She planted over one hundred lavender plants and decided to start a flower farm.
And start a flower farm she did! The stories she brings back to Home Remedies after long weekends at the farm fill us with joy and inspiration. We are so pleased to announce that Home Remedies will be a pickup location for New Moon Cottage Flower Farm CSA members.
If you are interesting in joining the CSA, more information is below.
Purchase a membership to receive a new bouquet of flowers every week for ten weeks starting in late June and ending in September. Every Wednesday morning you will be able to pick up your bouquet at Home Remedies.
Each bouquet will be filled with a colorful selection of annuals and perennials grown in Maine by our own Ann Marie. Bouquets may consist of cosmos, stock, zinnias, dahlias, herbs, hosta, celosia, dara, bells of Ireland, sunflowers, and lavender just to name a few.
Membership is for the total of ten weeks and must be paid in full in advance. It is your responsibility to pick up your bouquet at the store or gift it to a friend. If it is a gift, it is your responsibility to coordinate and let us know. As with all farming, flower farming is dependent on the weather. An email will be sent notifying you of the first week to pick up, and will continue until 10 weeks have past. All correspondence will be through email to NewMoonFlowerFarm@gmail.com.
Membership is $200 . 10% of your membership will be donated to a select local non-profit.
Email NewMoonFlowerFarm@gmail.com to sign up!
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