Fresh Cut Flowers Grown at Molzon’s
We’ve always believed in the positive impact flowers can have on your home and quality of life. Beginning in 2021, we are pleased to offer an expanding selection of fresh-cut flowers in the Flower Barn at Molzon’s. We take great pride in our family history of agriculture in the community. The Flower Barn honors this tradition of local family farming in Monmouth County. Our cut flowers are grown and arranged by a 4th generation Molzon farmer whose great-grandparents purchased the property circa 1920.
Our selection of fresh-cut flowers includes tulips, daffodils, and peonies in the Spring. Sunflowers, cosmos, zinnias, dahlias, and gladiolus in the Summer and Fall. We use only natural or organic products in our flower field, including Mushroom Compost, Pro-Gro Organic fertilizer, Deer Out, and other products available in our retail Garden Center.
Our farm fresh flower bouquets are available daily throughout the growing season (typically April to October). We also offer Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Subscriptions for weekly pick-up of farm fresh bouquets.
Frequently Asked Questions about our Flower CSA Subscriptions:
What is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)?
It’s a way for community members to support their local farmers by purchasing a seasonal share of locally grown crops. By purchasing a CSA subscription, you are committing to support local farms and local businesses. We are offering a weekly share (bouquet) for 16 non-consecutive weeks this season (April to October). Having the commitment of our CSA subscribers allows us to better manage our harvest, and to ensure that the freshest flowers can be enjoyed by our community.
How does it work?
Each CSA pick-up week, we will assemble special bouquets for CSA subscribers to pick-up on Thursdays at Molzon Landscape Nursery. Bouquets will be filled with fresh flowers grown at Molzon’s. Because we only use flowers grown on our farm, the weekly bouquets will vary depending on what’s blooming each week. Throughout your subscription, you can expect to see daffodils, tulips, peonies, sunflowers, dahlias, zinnias and cosmos.
Can I pick up on a different day?
Right now, Thursday is our only available CSA subscription pick-up day. We can offer this subscription and bigger CSA bouquets by being efficient with our time. This means we plan our harvest, cut flowers, and arrange bouquets each week based on the Thursday pick-up schedule. If you can’t make it on Thursday, CSA bouquets will still be available for pick-up on Friday, but it will be the same selection of bouquets that are arranged for Thursday’s pick-up.
I can’t pick-up my flower subscription on Thursday. What should I do?
Here are your options:
- Ask a friend, relative, or neighbor to pick it up for you. This is also a great way to let someone else enjoy a beautiful bouquet of flowers!
- Pick-up on Friday. We make all bouquets to be ready for pick-up on Thursday, but if you send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, we can keep your bouquet in the cooler to keep it fresh for you to pick-up on Friday
- Donate it! If you aren’t able to pick-up, let us know in advance and we’ll donate your bouquet to a local senior or non-profit.