Market bouquets starting at $20 | Local pick-up in Manheim or New Holland


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Market Bouquets are always a favorite and with our bi-weekly subscription you'll have the freshest blooms every other week! Cut from the farm and placed into a floral sleeve for you to enjoy until your next bouquet is ready! The mix always includes focal flowers, filler flowers and greens. See below for our seasonal flower timeline so you know what to expect in your bouquet!

Flowers are ready for pick up on 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month. You pay once per month. 

Our flower subscriptions are available for pickup each Thursday from our flower farms in New Holland or Manheim, Pa. If you need to change your pick up location at any point, please contact us directly and we're happy to make the change. 


Flower Timeline:
At Splendid we strive to have fresh blooms and greens from late February until the end of December. The growing season starts with the willow in February, followed by anemone, lenton roses and daffodils in March.

In April arrives tulips, hyacinth and ranunculus. In May more tulips, ranunculus and peony! June continues with ranunculus, peony and the first flush of garden roses. By July the farm is in full bloom starting with snap dragons, then calla lilies, lisianthus, sunflowers and star gazer lilies.

By August the dahlias have arrived and continue until the first hard frost in October. In September the limelight hydrangeas are in full bloom. September and October also feature amaranth and heirloom mums.

Depending on how cold November is we can still have dahlias and mums. In December all of our evergreen trees and winterberry bushes get a trimming for all of your holiday decorating, fresh green arrangements, wreaths and garlands.

Please note: This photo is an example only. The product varies, and your arrangement will include what is currently growing in the garden.  In addition, we try our best to fill each arrangement with all blooms from our farm, however occasionally we do source blooms from other farms/wholesalers to fill in our growing gaps.