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Flower farms and subscriptions near Lexington, KY

You can buy yourself flowers, and support local at the same time.

A bouquet of bright colored flowers with a butterfly.

No better pick-me-up than a bouquet of fresh flowers on your doorstep. | Photo by @robertsonfarmky

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Imagine a CSA, but for flowers, so you can add a splash of color + cheer to your home while supporting local farmers. Well, keep reading.

Agape Fields, Nicholasville

Named after the Greek word meaning love, Agape Fields is a labor of love + family farm operation in north Jessamine County. They are a Kentucky Proud member and offer U-Pick days for a fun family outing.


  • Bouquet — For ~$120 a month, you’ll receive a weekly, fresh-picked fragrant bouquet including exceptional heirloom varieties of flowers.
  • Bucket — Perfect for small businesses, you’ll be given 30+ stems of seasonal varieties with accent foliage.

In Bloom Flower Farm, Georgetown

While owner and grower Carly Reed calls In Bloom a small-scale flower farm, her blooms are anything but. Be sure to check out the Spring Workshop coming up on May 13, for a farm tour + arrangement class.


  • Bouquet — Prices vary as you can choose from seasonal varieties, like lisianthus + dahlias, or a recurring weekly mixed bouquet available for delivery or pick up.
A person holding a bucket of pink and purple flowers at Michler's Florist.

Flowers can make anyone smile, especially when you shop local. | Photo by @michlersflorist

Michler’s, Lexington

Did you know this community-favorite greenhouse + florist has been blessing the Bluegrass with blooms since the early 1900s? Plus, the Kentucky Native Cafe is a hidden oasis of outdoor dining.


  • Weekly or Monthly Florals — Starting at $35, you can customize the frequency, duration + size of your bouquet. Flowers arrive hand-tied and ready for the complimentary vase you receive.
  • Monthly Orchid — For $75 you’ll receive an in-bloom orchid ranging from popular to rare varieties.

Robertson Farm, Salvisa

Jonathan and Emily Robertson come from a line of self-sustaining farmers who raise cattle + chickens and grow their own vegetables + flowers.


  • Tulip Club — For $60 you’ll receive a weekly fresh bouquet for four weeks.
  • Spring Season — For $175 you’ll receive eight mixed bouquets weekly filled with anemone, ranunculus, larkspur + more.
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