Rooted Flower Farm

By Appointment Only
Hadley/Agawam, MA 01035
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By Appointment Only Hadley/Agawam Massachusetts 01035
Pay With: Credit/Debit
Wholesale: Restaurants, Grocery Stores
Growing Practices: Chemical Free/ Sustainably Grown
Contact: Rebecca Sadlowski
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About

ROOTED is a speciality farm that focuses on growing cut flowers using sustainable and/or organic methods. The farm provides a variety of high-quality flowers for its CSA, event clients, designers, and specialty stores throughout the Pioneer Valley. Registration for the 2020 CSA Flower Subscriptions is OPEN!

What We Grow

Nursery + Flowers

Cut Flowers, Hanging Baskets, Sunflowers

Community Supported Agriculture

Our flower subscription provides flower enthusiasts with the opportunity to regularly receive premium, sustainably grown flowers that are freshly harvested from our River Valley fields all season long. Monthly subscriptions include April, May, June, August, September. Combine months for a full spring or summer long share. We welcome you to become a part of our floral community!

Shop our CSA by clicking here!

CSA Pick-Up Locations and dates:

AGAWAM: 501 Shoemaker Lane | Tuesday | Noon-6:30pm

AGAWAM: 501 Shoemaker Lane | Thursday | Noon-6:30pm

FLORENCE: Crimson & Clover Farm, 206 Spring Street | Tuesday | Noon-7pm

HADLEY: North Hadley Market, 191 River Drive | Tuesday | 1pm-8pm

HADLEY: Chmura Road, 1st barn on left | Thursday | Noon – 6:00pm

SOUTH DEERFIELD: Cieslek’s Market, 55c North Main Street | Tuesday 1pm-8pm

EASTHAMPTON: Crooked Stick Pops (Eastworks Building| Thursday | 2pm-8pm

 

Season

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Holiday Product Details

Sign up for our newsletter to be the first to know when holiday specials are available! We offer speciality items for Easter, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, Winter Holidays, and Mother’s Day – 100% from our farm.

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