2020 Wild Blossom Farm Supporter Program

making real food more affordable

Thanks everyone for your interest this season!  The program is now closed for 2020, but here is the info for future reference.


We want to assure some small bit of food security for anyone concerned about access to safe, high-quality, organically-grown food.  At the same time, we can accept your help in ensuring some level of known demand for this uncertain season.

So, it is essentially the same program as before – you get a discount for paying up front for the veggies you will choose throughout the season.  The difference this year, is that it’s all no-contact. Checkout Process

Here’s how it works:

You purchase a discounted e-gift card, then use that to place your orders online.  (i.e. – you buy a $100 e-gift card for $90 and then use it to buy $100 worth of produce over the course of the season) 

(When you buy the card, assuming it is for yourself, you would fill in your own name for both “Recipient Name” and “Your Name” in the example pictured here.)

You can then pick up the orders at your regular farmers market, or choose to have the orders delivered to your home (within 13 miles of Warrington, PA.)

You will also get email or text notice when the ordering period is opened each week.  This will give you first crack at the available produce for that week.

While I would prefer you use the full amount in 2020, there will be no expiration on the gift card – so if you don’t use it all, the balance will carry over.


Leafy Greens

The heart of salads, crunch of sandwiches, and final piece to soups and sautees.  Lettuces, spinach, chard, cabbage, radicchio and escarole are standard offerings.

Root Crops

These earthy crops are at the “root” of our offerings. (You’re welcome! 🙂 ) Throughout the season, there are radishes, beets, carrots, potatoes, onions, turnips and more to create the backbone of good meals.


Heirloom and cherry tomatoes are always a market favorite. And we’ll be serving them up again, along with their relatives, peppers and eggplant.