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 LOCAL, ORGANICALLY & SUSTAINABLY GROWN FLOWERS

Local

Did you know that the U.S. imports around 80% of flowers sold and that 45% of all flowers grown for sale are discarded before they are ever sold! Additionally most customers don't know the origins of their flowers or how they were grown? In contrast, Heritage Belle Farms focuses on cultivating relationships with local, Pikes Peak Area clients and on ensuring that the customers we serve understand where and how their flowers are produced while reducing flower waste. We believe that developing a strong, resilient community of small-scale producers is essential to a thriving local economy. We also believe that "fresh is best." Focusing on local outlets allows us to limit the time our blooms spend in storage and/or transit, which in turn helps us to supply customers with flowers that are as fresh and as beautiful as possible.

Slow

Inspired by other "Slow" movements, the Slow Flower movement encourages us to make a conscious choice regarding what flowers we buy, where we buy them and who we buy them from.  At Heritage Belle Farms, we have chosen to grow seasonally appropriate flowers, focusing on small-scale production that emphasizes on resource conservation, which contributes in a small way to the renaissance of the American Grown Cut Flower industry. We want the people we serve to know who grew their flowers, and where and how those flowers were grown.

Want to join the Local Flower Movement and support a Local Grower?  Here are a couple ways you can support us. 

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Flower Bar

Visit us at the Colorado Farm & Art Markets to build your own bouquet at our Flower Bar. Flowers are sold by the stem to accommodate any budget. Or create a beautiful gourmet salad by selecting your choice of mixed baby greens and edible flowers. 

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Bouquet Subscription

Adorning your home, office, and events with fresh flowers creates a celebratory mood and connects our human experiences to the natural world. 

4-week Subscription (every other week): $100  Four freshly made bouquets filled with seasonal flowers from our farm, spread out over eight weeks. Starting the week of July 29, 2018. 

6-week Subscription (every week): $135  Six freshly made bouquets filled with seasonal flowers from our farm, every week for six weeks. Starting the week of July 29, 2018.

8-week Subscription (every week): $160             Eight freshly made bouquets filled with seasonal flowers from our farm, every week for eight weeks. Starting the week of July 29, 2018.                   

2-week Add-on Subscription: $45               Cant get enough of our flowers, but there's not enough time left in the season to order another subscription, no problem, you can add-on two more weeks to your subscription. Last day for 2-week add-on is Sunday, September 30, 2018. 

Subscriptions start the week of July 29, 2018

Free on-farm pickup or pick-up at the farmers market. 

Bucket subscription

Do you own or manage a restaurant, cafe, coffee shop, or bar that you'd like to create an ambiance for, where people appreciate dining out? Discover how locally grown flowers can create an atmosphere of luxury and style.

Our farm-fresh flowers are hand cut from the farm on or the day before the day of delivery, ensuring the utmost freshness and bloom life. 

Bucket will include 60 stems; two varieties of flowers and one variety of greenery that pair well together. Stems will be prepped so all you'll need to do is trim to your desired height. 

4-week Subscription (every week): $120

6-week Subscriptions (every week): $180

8-week Subscription (every week): $240

2-week Add-on Subscription: $60

Subscriptions start the week of July 29, 2018

Free on-farm pickup or pick-up at the farmers market. 


flower varieties we grow

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EDIBLE

Alliums (garlic, chives), Anise Hyssop, Basil, Borage, Calendula/Marigold, Carnation/Dianthus, Cilantro/Coriander, Clover, Cornflower/Bachelor Button, Gladiola, Johnny Jump-ups/Tri-color Viola, Lavender, Lilac, Mint, Naturtium, Oregano, Pansy, Rosemary, Sage, Scarlet Runner Bean, Squash Blossoms, Sunflower, Thyme, Violet, Yucca

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CUT

Albion Black Pod, Baby's Breath, Bachelor Button, Bells of Ireland, Black Tip Wheat, Broomcorn Miller, Calendula, Celosia, Chinese Forget-me-not, Chocolate Lace Flower, Columbine, Coreposis/Tickseed, Cosmos, Craspedia/Sun Ball, Cress, Daffodils, Dahlia, Decorative Cabbage/Kale, Didiscus, Dill, Echinacea, Eryngium, Gazania, Gladiolas, Honeywort/Cerinthe, Larkspur, Lavender, Marigold, Mexican Sunflower/Tithonia, Painted Daisy, Poppy, Ranunculus, Salvia, Scabiosa/Starflower, Snapdragon, Sunflower, Sweet Pea, Tickseed, Tulip, Violets/Pansy, Yarrow, Zinnia


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How to get our Flowers

For bouquet and bucket subscriptions, you will be prompted to choose the option you wish to receive your subscription once you have added the subscription to your shopping cart. You can always contact us to change or make a different arrangement to receive your subscription. We will also contact you or the recipient weekly to remind them about your subscription. 

Once farmers market season starts, for cut and edible flowers, you can visit our booth at the Colorado Farm & Art Market every Wednesday from 3pm-7pm hosted by the Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum, or visit our booth at the Colorado Farm & Art Market every other Saturday from 9am-1pm, hosted by the Margarita at Pine Creek. Please be sure to check our event calendar to double check the Saturdays that we will be at the CFAM. 

Once edible and gourmet salad mixes are available, there will be a purchasing option above ↑. Those items will also be available for delivery, farm pickup and farmers market pickup. 

Farmers market pickup

Place your order anytime before Tuesday at noon for Wednesday CFAM market pick-up or Friday at noon for (every other) Saturday CFAM pick-up. 

Wednesdays:      3pm-7pm    Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum 215 S. Tejon Street Colorado Springs June 13-October 10

Every other Saturday:          9am-1pm            The Margarita at Pine Creek         7350 Pine Creek Rd Colorado Springs June 16-October 13

Please see our event calendar to double check farmers market dates

farm pickup

Place your order anytime before Thursday at noon and pick-up your order here at the farm during these following appointment times:

Thursdays:          4pm-7pm

Fridays:              2pm-5pm

Sundays:            2pm-5pm                 

22755 E Garrett Rd  Calhan, CO 80808

Delivery

We offer Monday farm door-to-front door delivery service to the Colorado Springs area. No need to be home! Just leave a cooler and payment at your front door, and we'll drop off your order.If you live in the Colorado Springs Area, you can receive Door-to-Door Delivery, but you must be pre-qualified before signing up for this option.  Please E-mail us to determine if your location qualifies - Fee of $5.00 per delivery, or free delivery with $20 minimum order.

farm store

Our on-farm store is in the works! But until its open, please take advantage of our Monday farm door-to-front door delivery or take a little drive to pick up at the farm.


Pollinator & Beneficial Friendly

We love our pollinators and beneficial insects! With many of our beneficial pollinators and insects suffering the effects of habitat loss and pesticide use, having environments that support a diverse selection of flowering plants is ever more important. At Heritage Belle Farms, we make sure that we grow a wide variety of flowers that are attractive and useful to pollinators of all kinds. 


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