A great way to enjoy flowers all season long is by purchasing a CSA bouquet share.
What is a CSA? CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. In becoming part of the CSA bouquet share program, you help us to invest in the coming season, it is literally “seed money” and we give you a premium share of the flowers grown here at River Road Flowers.
Each week a big, beautiful, premium bouquet will be made from the flowers, foliage and herbs grown here at the farm. This bouquet share features the absolute best of our summer flowers, including blooms like feverfew, sunflowers, snapdragons, marigolds, zinnias and so much more.
2020 Delivery Bouquet Share
Full Share: June 26–Sept. 11 (12 weeks): $265
1st Half Share: June 26–July 31 (6 weeks): $135
2nd Half Share: Aug. 7–Sept. 11 (6 weeks): $135
Flowers will be delivered Monday evening after 4:30. If you are not home your bouquet will be placed on your porch. Please not that alternate delivery locations are not available for delivery shares during vacation times.
Delivery option is only available within the city limits of Benton City, West Richland, Richland, Kennewick and Pasco. Unfortunately we are not able to service county or rural residences at this time.
Please be sure you read & fully understand the agreement laid out in the CSA Terms & Conditions before you sign up for a share or submit payment.
If you have questions about the CSA, please read all of the information given on the share page and check out our FAQ below. If you have further questions, you can contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSA Frequently Asked Questions
Why purchase a bouquet subscription? A bouquet subscription is a great way to get our best and brightest flowers. Our CSA bouquets are our top priority each week, larger than our standard bouquet they are also a great deal. A bouquet subscription is a great gift to give to your friend or loved one - it truly is the gift that keeps on giving.
Are CSA dates firm? Weather plays a big role in all types of farming, including flowers. Start dates may vary slightly with the weather. As the first harvest approaches CSA members will be notified via email.
Is there any risk purchasing a CSA share? Farming involves Mother Nature and all the wonderful things she brings to the table (weather, critters, insects, etc) – and she always has the last say. There is always a chance that a crop could fail or overproduce. A CSA share is a type of investment and like any type of investment there is some risk but SCOUTS HONOR our goal is to provide you with a full share throughout the entire growing season.
What if I am gone on vacation during the subscription period? If you are gone for any reason during the subscription period you may choose to gift your bouquet to a friend who is available to make the pickup or choose to donate that weeks offerings to a local charity of our choosing.
Can I change pickup locations? Any change to CSA pickup location will need to be received prior to the start of the subscription period. Since we are a cottage business with limited resources weekly changes can not be made throughout the season.