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Saturday: 9am-4pm,
Sunday: 10am-4pm

Flower CSA


Enjoy seasonal cut farm flower bouquets from Green Door Gourmet. We grow select native and heirloom varieties that encourage pollinators and beneficial insects to flourish on our farm. Our flowers are grown the natural way, without the use of chemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers.

We’re offering two 8-week sessions of Flower CSA Bouquet subscriptions in 2017. Receive a large, hand-tied, seasonal bouquet-a-week for eight weeks. Bouquets to be picked up weekly from Green Door Gourmet on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday (pick-up day should be consistent through the entire term). Mid-week off-site pick up location in Nashville is The Turnip Truck in East Nashville and the Gulch on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 6:30pm during CSA months. All blooms are raised from seed to flower right here at Green Door Gourmet using only organic methods.

Term one: June & July 
Term two: September & October 

Sign up for both terms and receive one bouquet for free! 

($160 per term. $300 for both terms)

By signing up for Green Door Gourmet’s Flower CSA Subscription, you are investing in a local, sustainable cut flower program for the year. Your investment enables us to purchase seed and materials, and in return you receive one large bouquet per week during the months of June & July or September & October. You may pick up your bouquet at Green Door Gourmet on Friday, Saturday or Sunday during store hours. We’ll be at The Turnip Truck in East Nashville and the Gulch on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 6:30pm and the Richland Farmer’s Market on Saturdays during CSA months.

Invite color and abundance into your home or office this season, or give the gift of fresh flowers to a friend or loved one. Contact flowers@greendoorgourmet.com for further information or follow the link to register today. Subscriptions are limited, so don’t delay!

“What Happened to Traditional Floral Bouquets?” -The New York Times

“How a grass-roots–or flower-roots–effort is attempting to reverse the troubling decline of the Middle Tennessee honeybee” -The Nashville Scene

“Manifesto for a Better Bouquet” An Essay by Jennie Love  -Love ‘n Fresh Flowers