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Seasonal Bouquet Suscription 

Bouquets of seasonal, local flowers and foliage are available for biweekly pick-up throughout Berrien County.

Spring: April 21-June 16, 2024

Summer: July 21-September 1, 2024

More about the Loveland Farms Bouquet Subscription…

Seed catalogs in the depths of winter are poured through, and treasured heirloom varieties gathered at the farm are organized. Inspired color palettes and wild design are at the forefront as the crop plan is set in motion for the coming year.

As the ground starts to thaw and tree buds emerge, thousands of seedlings are sown and planted into carefully stewarded soil. Sun up to sun down, the land is tended to, young plants coaxed, and magic happens.

By summer, stems have grown tall and branching, revealing a cascade of blooms.  The best of the crop are hand-harvested each week, arranged, and wrapped in compostable kraft paper for you!

Visit us to receive your bouquet, an actual moment in time captured in flowers. Unwrap and enjoy at home, or share with a loved one. Certificates are available for your gifting needs.


Bouquets change with the season and include a wide range of blooms and foliage. From botanicals like calendula, yarrow and echinacea to foraged willow, wildflowers, specialty annuals of dahlias, zinnias, celosia, amaranth, and much more. All flowers are grown at the farm with supplemental blooms from other local flower farmers.


Pickup Location  

We appreciate your support and look forward to gracing you with our blooms! 

Buchanan Farmers Market 

Or at our Farmstand at Loveland Farms- emails will be distributed with schedule for pickup when confirmation is sent.


To secure a subscription, place your order online in full for either twelve or six weeks. Click below for pricing and follow the necessary prompts to choose your pick up location. Please note that your subscription is not reserved until you have received a confirmation email.

You will be automatically added to the newsletter after sign up to get all the updates about the farm throughout the winter and logistical details closer to pick up.

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