CONCESSION ROAD GARDEN ROADSIDE SHED
The roadside flower shed is open appointment or by chance. If you would like to order flowers or visit the farm, please send a direct message via Instagram or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
FARMER'S MARKETS 2023
Locke Street Farmers' Market - Saturdays 9am to 12pm
Solstice Dinner in the Flower Field
Wednesday, June 21 5:30m until the sun sets.
Enjoy a locally sourced, seasonal meal and refreshments among the June blooms at Concession Road Garden. Catering provided by Causing a Scene HN. Make and take your own bouquet of freshly cut blooms. Get Tickets your here.
Fall Equinox Picnic
Sunday, September 24 (3-6pm)
Equinox picnic and u-pick flowers, hosted by Concession Road Garden and catered by Causing a Scene HN. You'll enjoy a picnic style charcuterie accompanied by local refreshments. You'll get your own snips to cut yourself a seasonal bouquet to take home! Tickets are available here.
DIY BLOOM BUCKETS - for weddings and special events.
Available from May to October. Concession Road Garden offers DIY flower buckets for weddings and/or special events. The buckets are $100., and contain *80 blooms - a balanced mix of in-season focal flowers, filler flowers, and foliage for you to create table arrangements for your event. The flower buckets are designed for clients that are looking for naturally grown, seasonal flowers and a farm or garden-style theme. Although it may be possible to accommodate mood palette requests, the specific blooms will be growers’ choice and comprise available seasonal blooms. For more information contact email@example.com
To order visit the Shop.
FLOWERS FOR PICKUP - 2024 CSA Subscription
Choose Four OR Eight Seasonal Hand-tied Bouquets - by becoming a subscriber to a Concession Road Garden Seasonal Hand-tied Bouquet CSA. The value of each bouquet within the CSA program is $30., but with your subscription they are each $25. The varieties of flowers available at Concession Road Garden will change throughout the spring, summer and fall.
Our primary mission is to nurture the soil.
By nourishing the ground, we are able to grow a varied selection of native wildflowers, perennials, spring bulbs, and annual pollinator friendly cut flowers for our customers, while also helping to the preserve and protect native flora and fauna. In creating bouquets and arrangements, our aim is to awaken senses and create a setting of joy for your kitchen table, a wedding reception or special event.
At Concession Road Garden (CRG), located in Haldimand County Ontario, we grow a variety of annual and perennial cut flowers with a focus on varieties that are native and pollinator friendly. We also grow a selection of heirloom vegetables and manage a modest Quince orchard. Our produce and flowers are sold at our on-farm roadside stand, and at Flower and Farmer’s Markets in the region.
At Concession Road Garden, we use a no-till or no-dig method of growing vegetables and flowers, which essentially means that we never disturb the goodness in the ground or activate the weeds. We feed the soil with natural inputs, including our own compost and don't use any fertilizers or pesticides. Our in-season bouquets and floral arrangements are created without plastics or floral foam.
Concession Road Garden is Certified Naturally Grown - Our flowers, fruit and produce are never sprayed with synthetic chemicals and are always fresh and in-season.
Concession Road Garden is a member of The Regenerative Flower Farmer's Network, an online forum of flower farmers with a foremost interest in treating their farms as whole ecosystems, rather than simply a production-focused enterprise. We are eager to better understand soil biology, habitat building, farmer well-being, and farm resiliency in the face of surmounting challenges. Through this network, our voices will be amplified to create bigger ripples of change in agriculture. RFFN is headed up by Jennie Love of Love and Fresh Flowers and the No-till Flowers Podcast
Concession Road Garden is a member of The Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers and, Slow Flowers - an organization that endeavours to "inspire the floral industry and its consumers to embrace local, seasonal, and sustainable flowers."