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*Indicates Share is Also Available For Priority Mail

Lettuce Share

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  • 2 heads of lettuce each week for 20 weeks from our wide selection of organic offerings

Greens Share

$120seasonally (July-November)
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  • 1 head of lettuce & 1 bunch of leafy greens each week for 20 weeks from our wide selection of organic offerings

Bouquet Share*

$200seasonally (July-November)
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  • 1 hand-tied floral bouquet every other week (10 bouquets ) Bouquets will vary with the season and add lots of color to your dining room table.

Gem Lettuce Share*

$135seasonally (July-November)
  • 4 small heads of our artisanal lettuces available biweekly via Priority Mail (10 shipments), or weekly (20 weeks) via home delivery or pick-up

Greens & Flowers*

$295seasonally (July-November)
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  • 2 heads of artisanal lettuce & 2 bunches of leafy greens & 1 hand-tied floral bouquet biweekly via priority mail (10 shipments), or weekly (20 weeks) via home delivery or pick-up

Shares Are Available For Pick-Up, Delivery, & Via Priority Mail Across The Northeast

  • Pick-up available Sundays 10AM-2PM at the South Portland Farmer’s Market
  • Pick-up available Wednesdays before 5PM at Noyes Flower & Plant Shoppe in Caribou
  • Delivery available in the Greater Portland area
  • Three of our shares are available via Priority Mail



Affordable, Flexible, Convenient & Organic

We strive to offer you varieties that may change each week depending upon what is most delicious, beautiful, and in season. Lettuce Varieties may include Butterhead, Romaine, Summer Crisp, Gem, Bibb, Green Leaf, and Red Leaf. Leafy Greens varieties may include Ripbor Kale, Red Russian Kale, Rainbow Swiss Chard, Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard, arugula, or spinachBouquets may include favorites like lilies, snapdragons, gladiolas, lupine, lilac, cosmos, ranunculus, sunflowers, zinnias, and more. To see a complete listing of our organic varieties click here
Free Weekly pick-up is available Sundays from 10AM-2PM at the South Portland Farmers Market or Wednesdays before 5PM at Noyes Flower & Plant Shoppe in Caribou.
You may also choose to have your share conveniently delivered by us each week to your door. Delivery is available to Portland, South Portland, Cape Elizabeth, Falmouth, Scarborough for only $20 for the entire season. Is your town not listed? Simply email tristan.noyes@gromaine.com to check delivery availability.
We are so pleased to be able to offer delivery via Priority Mail for 3 of our shares (Bouquet, Gem Lettuce, & Greens and Flowers). Your order will typically arrive at your home every other Friday. Your order will be packaged with cool packs during transit. Later in the season we will arrange for pick up the cool packs for reuse. Our Priority Mail packaging has met 39 criteria for human and environmental health characteristics, including recyclability and manufacturing attributes. Very few farms have provided this convenience for customers to date. We know there may be days where extreme heat may present a problem. If for any reason your order does not arrive fresh, we will of course send you a replacement order right away. A one time fee of $20 will cover your Priority Mail cost for the season. Thanks for partnering with us to make this a convenient, exciting option of delivery.
Each week, we will send an update from our farm that will include an opportunity to purchase additional vegetables we may have available that week.  We will include your added veggies to your order for delivery. Examples may include tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, potatoes, carrots, parsnips, onions, garlic, and more
For an additional $200 you’ll receive beautiful pre-arranged hand bouquets every other week (10 bouquets from July-November).  You may also choose to receive a fresh bouquet once a month (5 bouquets from July-November) for $100. Bouquets may include favorites like lilies, snapdragons, gladiolas, lupine, lilac, cosmos, ranunculus, sunflowers, zinnias, and more. Our family has been in the floral business for over forty years!
Updates from our farm include: recipes, podcasts, pictures, video, online Q&A sessions with us, surprises (e.g. …well that would ruin the surprise) and more.

Don’t see an option that works for you?  Feel free to contact us directly to explore a customized share.

To view the Farm Share Member Agreement or to learn more about what it means to be part of Community Supported Agriculture click here