Coming Spring 2021: Milleflora Online Market
About Our Market
How does the market work?
Every Sunday starting this spring, we’ll send out a list of what we are harvesting that week, including heirloom produce, cut flowers by the bunch and bouquets, and fresh medicinal and aromatic herbs, from our certified naturally grown farm (scroll down this page to see a full list of what we grow). Subscribers have until Tuesday afternoon to request what they would like for delivery or pick up on Wednesday.
Where will it be available?
We expect to deliver weekly from Fort Ross Road to Timber Cove, and possibly to Cazadero and Jenner, as well as having pick-up available on our farm off of Fort Ross Road. Delivery may be to centralized sites for curb-side pickup or maybe even to your door, depending on factors TBD.
How will I request items?
Our Sunday email will include an online form listing every item along with prices. You’ll just check off boxes for each item you want and indicate quantity, and fill out your name and address. We’ll confirm your order once we harvest.
Do I have to order every week?
Nope, though we will require a minimum order of $20 for delivery (you can pick up smaller orders at the farm). Our market is designed to be flexible. We will fill requests on a first-come, first-served basis. If we find there is consistently demand outpacing supply, we’ll begin to offer a subscription/pre-pay option for regular customers who commit to a weekly share to get first choice.
How do I pay for my order?
Payment is due at the time of delivery/pickup, by cash or check.
Great! How do I get on the market list?
Just put in your name and email below, and you’re all set! More questions? Visit our Contact page.
Sign up for our market list here!
We are so excited to share our bounty with you! When you sign up, we will send regular updates from the farm every Sunday and you’ll be the first to know when our weekly market opens this spring.
What We Grow
Everything we grow is started by seed or cuttings on our farm. We are committed to seed biodiversity and source our seeds from small, independent, and regional/local producers. We never use GMO seed, avoid sterile hybrids, and save seed whenever possible.
We grow year-round and availability will shift depending on the season.