Specialty tulips February Tom Pouce Apricot Fringe tulips double tulips Apricot Parrot subscription bouquet brooklyn

The story behind our subscriptions:

When all of our scheduled events were suddenly postponed in March 2020, we knew our regular farmers couldn't simply postpone their season. We began delivering our favorite seasonal flowers across NYC that May, bringing beauty, inspiration, and joy door to door. It was a project I'd dreamt about for years; 2020 created the opening.

Since then, we've continued to parter with 10+ regional farms- most of them woman-owned, to bring you the freshest, most unique flower varieties- typically out of reach for the average consumer.

In 2021, we began partnering with small businesses across NYC to increase access to the magic of local flowers.
Did you know that farming is one of the whitest professions? We are dedicated to seeing our farming population diversify, so that the very definition of beauty can continue to diversify through diverse land stewards. We donate 15% of our subscription profits to Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) farmers as well as BIPOC-led organizations working on land based reparations.
Vanishing_Point_Farm_Highland New York Celosia and Strawflower
Kos Kaffe Park Slope Brooklyn Mural by artist Natasha katerinopoulos

How it works

1. We source 100% of our flowers from local farms within 200 miles of NYC. Learn more about the farms we source from HERE.
2. You select your subscription:
4 bouquets, 8 bouquets, 12 bouquets, delivered weekly or bi-weekly (your choice!)
See subscription Options HERE.
3. Select Pickup or Direct Delivery. Pickup your flowers at a small local business or get them delivered directly on Wednesdays. Check out our partner small businesses here. See if we deliver to your zip code here.

Direct delivery is $18/week; "full season" subscriptions (13 weeks +) come with 5-10 free deliveries that you can schedule as needed.
4. Enjoy a weekly newsletter, featuring care tips + flower history. You’ll also gain access to a private Member Area with exclusive content!


How do I pause my subscription or schedule a complimentary delivery if included with my subscription?

You can manage your subscription by heading to the links in the footer of our website titled 'Manage Your Subscription'

Refund policy

We strongly encourage you to contact us if you have any concern with your order, or are having challenges keeping your flowers looking fresh! Maintaining weekly flowers is a bit of a learning curve and we are here to help!

4 Bouquet seasonal flower project subscriptions are non-refundable.

8 Bouquet, 12 Bouquet & Remaining Season:if you decide you must cancel your subscription, we will cancel your remaining payments. (Your 1st payment is non-refundable). 

Subscription pick up locations

Subscribers can select a pick-up location when adding a subscription to their cart.
You can also opt for DIRECT DELIVERY, FOR $15/WEEK.

PLEASE NOTE: Pick Up Hours are not the same as each location’s open hours. PLEASE USE OUR PICK UP HOURS, LISTED BELOW:


brooklyn farmacy + soda fountain: 2pm - 10pm - 513 henry street brooklyn, ny 11231

roman’s: 5pm - 10pm — 243 dekalb ave brooklyn, ny 11205

suite v: 12pm - 7pm — 775 nostrand ave., brooklyn, ny 11216

achilles heel: 3:30pm - 8pm — 80 west street brooklyn, ny 11222

hamilton’s brooklyn: 12pm - 8pm — 2826 fort hamilton pkway brooklyn, ny 11218

kos kaffe: 10am - 4pm — 251 5th ave (b/w carroll St & garfield pl) brooklyn, ny 11215

bakery on bergen: 2pm - 7pm — 740 bergen st., brooklyn, ny 11238

stranger wines: 4pm - 8pm — 132 havemeyer street brooklyn, ny 11211


HARLEM (west OR central)
sugar hill creamery: 5pm - 9pm AT 3629 broadway (b/w 149th St & 150th St) ny, ny 10031 OR 5pm-9pm at 184 lenox ave (b/w 119th and 120th streets)

buunni coffee / inwood: 9am - 5pm — 4961 broadway ny, ny 10034

180 the store: 12:30pm - 5pm —180 duane street ny, ny 10013

shakespeare + co: 12pm - 7pm — 939 lexington ave, ny, ny 10065

shakespeare + co: 12pm - 7pm — 2020 broadway ny, ny 10023

cafe buunni: 9am - 5pm — 213 pinehurst ave (at 187th St), ny, ny 10033


communitea: 9am-3pm, 11-18 46th road long island city, ny 11101

ester: THURSDAY pick-up, 5pm-10pm, 467 woodward ave, queens, ny 11385

ZIP CODES we deliver to in NYC

10033, 10032, 10039, 10031, 10030, 10037, 10027, 10026, 10025, 10029, 10128, 10024, 10023, 10028, 10075, 10021, 10065, 10044, 10019, 10022, 10020, 10036, 10017, 10018, 10016, 10001, 10010, 10011, 10003, 10009, 10014, 10012, 10002, 10013, 10004, 10005, 10006, 10280, 10038, 10007, 10282, 11231, 11201, 11205, 11211, 11222, 11206, 11238, 11216, 11213, 11225, 11226, 11218, 11219, 11220, 11232, 11215, 11217, 11233, 11221, 11237, 11210, 11230, 11204, 11109, 11101, 11106, 11102

Flowers in season February - November

Flowers to expect in February: Anemones, Ranunculus, Calla Lilies, TULIPS! (Specialty tulips that is!)

Flowers to expect in March: Anemones, Calla Lillies, Daffodils / Fritillary / Hyacinth / Ranunculus / Specialty Tulips

Flowers to expect in April: Anemones / Calla Lilies / Daffodils / Fritillary / Poppies / Ranunculus / Specialty Tulips / Viola

Flowers to expect in May: Anemones / Fritillary / Peonies / Poppies / Ranunculus / Snapdragons / Stock / Specialty Tulips / Viola

Flowers to expect in June: Campanula / Cosmos / Godetia / Larkspur / Peonies / Poppies / Sweet Pea / Scabiosa / Snapdragons / Stock

Flowers to expect in July: Celosia / Cosmos / Larkspur / Lisianthus / Scabiosa / Snapdragons / Sunflowers / Zinnia

Flowers to expect in August: Asters / Celosia / Dahlias / Gladiola / Lisianthus / Scabiosa / Snapdragons / Sunflowers / Zinnias

Flowers to expect in September: Asters / Dahlias / Delphinium / Gomphrena / Fresh Grasses / Rudbekia / Snapdragons / Lisianthus / Sunflowers / Zinnias

Flowers to expect in October: Dahlias / Dried flowers / Gomphrena / Fresh Grasses / Marigolds / Mums

Flowers to expect in November: Dahlias / Dried flowers / Marigolds / Mums

Can I pick up my bouquet on a Thursday if I miss/forget to pick up?

Our pick up locations are only responsible for holding onto your subscription bouquet during their pick up hours on Wednesdays. 

How long do your flowers last?

Some flowers naturally last longer than others. Some last 3-5 days; others 7-10, and some last 10 days - 2 weeks! How long they actually DO last has to do with their environment. The cleanliness of your vase, freshness of their water, and the temperature of the room will all have an impact on the “vase life” of your stems. 

Place in a well-scrubbed vase with fresh water. Change the water and trim the stems every 1-2 days. Keep your flowers away from direct sunlight, heat from your stove or other appliances, fans, or a bunch of fresh fruit (the ethylene gas will cause your flowers to pass faster). 

Get in touch

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