In addition to some 40,000 pounds of organic produce, this summer’s Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm will teem with sweet peas, snapdragons, bachelor’s buttons, and more — all thanks to its premier Flower CSA ($200 at brooklyngrangefarm.com). Open for enrollment on a first come-first-serve basis, the program runs from June 26 to October 23 at the farm’s Brooklyn Navy Yard location. Members pick up weekly twenty-stem bundles, arranged in a quart-size Ball jar for the first share and wrapped in paper with a flower-food packet the following weeks. And unlike your shipped-from-afar bodega bouquet, these homegrown botanicals are expected to last up to ten days.
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