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Dragon Song Farms 



Thank you so much for supporting our farm!  We are delighted to provide you with the freshest and highest quality blooms.  All sales are subject to the following applicable terms and conditions:

  1. Are your flowers safe for children and pets?
    All flower bouquets should be kept out of reach of pets and children.  There are numerous flower varieties that are not intended for consumption.  In addition, a person or animal may have an individual reaction to any kind of plant, whether based on allergy or toxicity.  For this reason, we advise to keep all bouquets out of reach.  

  2. Are your flowers grown sustainably?
    Yes!  This is so important to us.  We do not use any herbicides, pesticides or toxic sprays.  We use beneficial planting or (edible) garlic spray for pest control, and we rely on compost, compost teas and cover crops for fertility.  It's extremely important to us that we do what we can to respect and preserve our natural environment.

  3. Are your flowers ever imported?
    Never.  Most flowers sold in florist shops are imported from South America or other overseas countries.  Many of them are grown using herbicides, pesticides and non-organic fertilizers, and they are flown in refrigerated jets to the U.S.  One of the reasons we are so passionate about local flower farms is the impact on the environment.

  4. If I purchase a CSA, when will it start?


Our Spring CSA starts in April 2024 and runs for 6 weeks.  It is $200.

Our Summer CSA starts on July 1, 2024 and runs for 10 weeks.  It is $300.

Our Fall CSA starts on September 9, 2024 and runs for 4 weeks.  It is $125.

Deliveries for all of our 2024 CSA subscriptions are sold out.  You can still subscribe with free pick up at the farm, or we are finalizing pick-up sites at locations in south, central and west Eugene for summer and fall.  Unfortunately due to the volume of CSA subscriptions, we are not able to add any more delivery subscriptions for 2024.


5. How can I pay for a CSA or other flowers?


You can order from our website and pay via credit card (  You can pay via Venmo (@dragonsong-farm) or Zelle.  If you are interested in a CSA, we will have a limited number of subscriptions available, so if you plan to purchase one, please do so before we sell out.


6.  What types of flowers can I expect in my CSA or gift certificate bouquet?


For the Spring CSA, we have planted tulips, narcissus, ranunculus, anenomes, and more.  For the Summer CSA, we hope to offer sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, celosia, snapdragons, ageratum, lisianthus, fresh herbs and more.  For the Fall CSA, we hope to offer sunflowers, dahlias, zinnias, cosmos and celosia.  All flower availability is dependent on weather conditions, and we cannot guarantee that any specific varieties will be included because of the natural factors beyond our control.  We may also substitute other varieties if the original varieties do not bloom to our standards.  


7.  How do deliveries/pick up work for a CSA?


We are currently sold out of delivery subscriptions for our CSAs.  Any new subscriptions for CSAs will be pick-up only, either at the farm or at one of several drop-sites.  For 2025, all CSAs will be pick up only.  You will be able to pick up at one of our farmer's market locations, at the farm, or at drop sites in Eugene.


8.  How can I make my bouquets last the longest?


We grow and harvest our flowers so that they will last as long as possible.  Certain flower varieties last longer (lisianthus, ranunculus, tulips) than others (dahlias, certain sunflowers).  You can maximize vase life by keeping your flowers out of direct sun or wind, using a clean vase, and keeping the water changed frequently.  The saying is that you should be able to drink the water in the vase!  You should also keep your flowers away from fruit; ripening fruit will emit ethylene that will shorten the vase life of flowers.

9.  What other terms and conditions apply to all flower sales?

You agree to release, indemnify and hold Dragon Song Farm and its owners, workers, suppliers, contractors and other customers harmless from any and all liability, including, but not limited to, any person or animal suffering any allergy or other adverse effects from eating any flowers or other plant material from the farm; any accident or other injury that occurs at the farm or as a result of visiting the farm; any weather condition, natural pests, or other occurrence beyond our reasonable control that affects our ability to supply flowers, including within an anticipated time frame; etc.  You also agree that in the event of any dispute arising out of or related to any flower sales, the exclusive forum for resolution will be binding, non-appealable arbitration with the American Arbitration Association in Eugene, Oregon with both parties to split the costs of such arbitration.



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