Sunday, March 24, 2019

Floral CSA 2019- Celebrate 5 years with 2018 Pricing!!



Spring is officially here, and things are starting to grow! We wanted to celebrate Our FIFTH Year of our Floral CSA- with 2018 pricing!! I had no idea how wonderful, colorful or loved our CSA would be so Thank YOU!!
Let the Dream of flowers come true by signing up for our Floral CSA Today!

It's easy!
1. Pick your location
2. Pick your package
& email us mail@thehumbleburdock.com


2019 Packages
Wednesday pick ups for :
Local Source, HFX & The Farm- Steam Mill, Annapolis Valley, Hantsport at Color Me Conscious

A)  Spring Session *(Biweekly) 4 weeks   $95                    May 8th – June 19th
A) Spring Session* (8 weeks) $156                                   May 8th – June 26th

B) Flower Aficionado ( 24 weeks) $388                          May 8th- October 16th
C) Flower Lover (Biweekly) ( 12 weeks) $226              May 8th - October 9th
D) Summer Aficionado (16 weeks) $277                      July 3th – October 16th

E) Summer Lover Biweekly (8 weeks) $171                July 3th – October 9th

Includes a Dried Flower Bouquet, which comes out in November 14th. It is a great way to keep the flower love during the off season! (*excluding the Spring only Packages)

Bedford, Dartmouth & Tantallon

Wednesday drop off's to Bedford & Dartmouth and Tantallon from 2pm-7pm
The drop off locations are: 
Tantallon- Cornerstone Naturopathic  
Bedford- TBA
Dartmouth at Blended Athletics
Dried Bouquets are an extra pick up November 14th.

A) Weekly Bouquets (20 weeks) = $342                                 June 5th- October 16th
B) Biweekly Bouquets (10 weeks) = $201                              June 5th- October 9th

Love, your flower farmer, Amanda


P.S. This makes a great present for Mother's Day!! 

Monday, February 4, 2019

Everlasting Flowers for Everlasting Love

Try Dried Flowers this Valentine's Day for your Love.
It can be hard to really enjoy dried flowers when the fresh flowers are still available. People tend to judge the dried as 'lesser than' the fresh version, but it is not true! I have always loved dried flowers, and I grow more and expand each year. The ability to dry so many types, create so many color combinations and do so many different crafts are just icing on the cake.
Flowers we love to dry:
Herbs! Strawflowers,  larkspur, nigella, zinnia, lavender, statice
A nice dramatic coloring of sunflower, strawflower and shiso

Soft and feminie- Larkspur, statice, nigella

Making wreaths- greenery like eucalyptus, sage and lavender & strawflower

A detail of pretty strawflower, lavender, nigella, lunaria on a eucalyptus base.

Lavender, nigella and sage

Zinnia, scabiosa, immortelle, commercial roses, sea lavender

Drieds add so much to a household. They can be kept for a long time until they need refreshing. Best to keep out of direct sunlight to protect from fading. Drieds are brittle, so you should also hang or keep them in areas out of high traffic and away from curious paws and fingers.
We have colorful bouquets and wreaths available at Color Me Conscious Shop in Hantsport 14060 Hwy 1, Hants Border
Warmly,
Amanda