Subscriptions FAQ


2019 Bouquet Subscriptions

Please visit our shop page to purchase

Whether you are buying for yourself, or as a gift, Two Birds One Stone Farm’s Bouquet Subscriptions are a wonderful way to celebrate the seasons.  You’ll enjoy premium, organically grown flowers harvested on our farm within 24 hours of making it into your hands and home.

Choose a four-week time period, a monthly package, or sign on for the season, and we’ll arrange our most beautiful blooms for you.  Bouquets will be wrapped in kraft paper, and available for pick up on Thursday afternoons, and evenings at TrEats by King’s Chocolate in Kentville, and Just Us! Coffee in Wolfville.  Alternatively, we’ll also be happy to deliver your weekly bouquets to your home or office when you sign up for our Seasonal Deluxe package.

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What are the savings?

Not only do subscribers receive some of our best blooms every week they also take advantage of great savings! Weekly, Monthly, and All Season Long subscribers pickup bouquets that are valued at $20 each.  However, Weekly (four week commitment), and Monthly packages are discounted $5.  The All Season Long package is $50 off regular pricing.  Seasonal Deluxe Subscribers get their flowers for $100 off! All discounts have been factored into prices.

How do I give a subscription as a gift?

So glad you asked!  Bouquet Subscriptions make unique and special gifts, and they let someone know just how much you care for them.  You will receive a Welcome Package with a card and information sheet that explains everything in detail.  If you order online we can ship it to you, or email you a PDF file.

Where do I buy a Bouquet Subscription? 

Online, at TrEats by Kings Chocolate (cash or e-transfer only) or from us at the Wolfville Farmers’ Market on Saturday, February 9 from 8:30 to 1pm.

How long will my flowers last?

About a week.  We strive to grow the best, long lasting cut flower varieties with exceptional fragrance and beauty, however these things sometimes don’t go hand-in-hand.  You may find a one or two things in your bouquet may fade before a week’s time, and other things will persist for much longer.  For instance, our dahlias are out of this world beautiful, but typically last about five to seven days.  Our China asters, anemones, and ranunculus are all very pretty too, and you’ll find they last over week, sometimes even two.

How do I care for my flowers? 

The flowers in your bouquet will be harvested on the morning of the day you receive them, or the evening before.  We wait until the coolest part of the day to gather flowers as this ensures less stress on the blooms, and a longer vase life.  When you get them home give the ends a little trim and add the packet of flower food provided (yes, it really works) to a clean vase with fresh water.  Keep your bouquet out of direct sunlight, and away from ripening fruits or vegetables.  Change the water frequently, about every other day, and keep the ends trimmed.

What if I’m going to be away? 

At this time we are unable to accommodate rescheduling of bouquet pickups.  We suggest if you are unable to pickup your flowers that you share the beauty with family, friends, or neighbours.  Bouquets that remain unclaimed on Thursdays will be given to the staff of TrEats and Tan Coffee.

Can I pay in instalments? 

Please contact us to arrange a payment schedule that works for you.

Can I switch my pickup location? 

You are required to select your preferred pickup location at time of purchase.  If at anytime during the season you would like to collect your bouquet at the alternative location please contact us to ensure your flowers will be where you need them.

Where do you deliver?

We deliver to the communities of Halls Harbour, Baxters Harbour, Sheffield Mills, Centreville, Canning, Kingsport, Kentville, New Minas, Port Williams, Greenwich, Wolfville, Grande Pre, and Gaspereau.

Our Partners and Pickup Locations


Just Us! Coffee– 450 Main Street, Wolfville

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TrEats by Kings Chocolate– Kentville Centre Square