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About Our Flowers

At Farm in the Dell, we don't just grow veggies! Nestled in the midst of carrots and tomatoes, we have an extensive flower patch, filled with rows of flowers that burst into bloom in the peak of summertime.

Our flower patch - filled with zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, greenery, rudbeckia, stock flowers, and more - is here to bring beauty and joy to our community, and serves as a reminder of the beauty of creation. We offer a variety of options for you to enjoy our patch - and to reconnect with the inner sense of joy, wonder, and serenity that nature provides.

Learn about upcoming opportunities to enjoy our flower garden below!

2024 Flower CSA Registration

2024 CSA registration is NOW OPEN!

Not only does a Farm in the Dell CSA share give you access to fresh, locally grown flowers, but you'll also be providing our Garden Engineers – our employees with disabilities – real life farming and agricultural experience.



Come out to our flower patch for a

fun experience picking your own beautiful bouquets! 



Receive bouquets of farm-fresh flowers during the growing season!




There are tons of opportunities to enjoy our flowers - including events, workshops, markets, and more! 

Flower CSA Program

Receive beautiful long-stemmed bouquets of fresh-cut flowers, like zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, greenery, rudbeckia, stock flowers, and more with our Flower CSA program! 

  • DATES: Weather permitting, 2024 Flower CSAs will run from the week of July 22 through the week of August 19.

  • COST: A Flower CSA share is $150, and includes one bouquet per week for five weeks.

Each shareholder gets to choose their pickup day/time when they sign up! 


  • Farm in the Dell - 7426 40th St. N, Moorhead

  • 4:00 – 6:00pm


  • Farm in the Dell - 7426 40th St. N, Moorhead

  • 9:30 - 11:30am


Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a farming model that allows consumers to buy shares of a farm’s harvest in advance. Shareholders pay for produce up front at the start of the season – providing the farm with the immediate income necessary to begin the growing season.


In return, members receive a variety of produce each week - in this case, bouquets of flowers! Consumers get to enjoy beautiful, freshly cut flowers, and have the satisfaction of knowing where it came from and how it was grown – strengthening their connection to their local farmers.

What flowers do you grow?

We are proud to grow a wide variety of flowers of all shapes, sizes, and colors! See below for just a few examples of flowers that we may grow each season.


Please reach out to Anna Sather, Executive Director, at or 218.593.3355.

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