When you sign up for a flower share through Shoving Leopard Farm, you are not only signing up for a season filled with blooms, you are also helping to bring the simple joy of flowers to those who need it most in our community. A portion of the proceeds goes to project Abloom, which delivers weekly flowers to area soup kitchens, senior homes and the Astor school.
Spring Flowers Share: $95 - A five-week share beginning around mid-April. Weekly bouquets will vary according to what is popping up, and will include specialty tulips, fragrant narcissi, unusual hyacinths, and many more exciting spring blooms.
Pick-up is on Fridays, 4-6 PM at the farm, at Sawkill Farm, or at Clove Kitchen Market.
Summer Flowers Share: $200 - A twelve-week share beginning in late June or early July. The pathway of the 7-ring labyrinth leads you around and around, through beds of zinnia, cosmos, amaranth, calendula, sunflowers, asters, bachelor’s buttons, larkspur, celosia, statice, cleome, snapdragons, strawflower, rudbeckias, marigold, necotiana, cock’s comb, dahlias - to name just a few of the flowers - to the center ring where you can rest and admire the Hudson Valley vistas and the colorful and fragrant bouquet you have picked.
PYO days are Sunday-Tuesday, 10AM-6 PM in the labyrinth.
Pre-Picked Share pick-up is Fridays, 4-6 PM at the farm, at Sawkill Farm or at Clove in Red Hook.
Fall Dahlia Share: $95 - A six-week share beginning in late August or early September. Weekly, lush bouquet of dahlias of every shape and color, from dinner-plates to pompom and decorative varieties. These flowers will surely bring some flair to your house or work space!
Pick-up is on Fridays, 4-6 PM at the farm, Sawkill Farm, or Clove Kitchen.
Flower shares make great gifts for family and friends! Just include your gift recipient's information in an email with your order number (given to you at checkout), and we will send them a git card to let them know they have received the gift of flowers all spring, summer, and/or fall.
You can sign up for any one or all three flower shares at the Shoving Leopard Farm shop.