By Appointment U-Pick Flowers + DIY Buckets, Produce and 2020!

Thank you to our community for an exceptional first U-pick flower year! There were visits from old friends and opportunities to make so many new ones. It filled us to the brim to watch four year olds making dried strawflower crowns in the barn, women gather in friendship for an afternoon of picking bouquets and to hear sounds of delight coming from the fields, from the discovery of a new bloom or from one of so many tiny frogs hidden between petals. Many who visited shared heartfelt stories of their own connection with food, farming and flowers. It has been our dream to share this land with community. We are already excitedly planning for our 2020 season.

In addition to growing a number of new fillers, greenery and accents next season, we’ll have an even wider variety of the flowers we loved so much. We hope to double our vegetable production and will soon begin work on the half acre we will be putting into U-pick raspberries next season. We have ordered our seeds and have started mapping out new configurations of our fields. It seems hard to believe that we will begin seed germination in just four short months (January). We are looking forward to many family game nights by the wood stove this winter as we rest after a very busy and physically-demanding season.

For the remainder of the U-pick/DIY bucket flower season (through September), please call ahead to make an appointment. Planning in advance will ensure that we can accommodate your needs!

Our farm stand will be open through late October. We will soon have ornamental gourds and pumpkins for sale and will continue to have heirloom tomatoes, sweet bell peppers, slicing cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, squash, carrots, garlic, greens, and eggs. We will have “Purple Lady” bok choy, Chinese cabbage, red and green butterhead lettuce and sugar snap peas available soon at our farm stand and through Kitsap Fresh. We will also continue to offer our eggs and small flower bouquets through Kitsap Fresh through October.

We already have a number of free, family-friendly events planned for 2020 (including movie nights on the farm). So stay tuned!

With so much gratitude,

Stacy, Kelsey and Elliot

(And dogs Jasper and Dutch, barn cats Cinder and Mia, geese Luna and Pepita and our many chickens)


Dahlias of 2019

U-Pick Flower Weekend, September 7th and 8th!

Last weekend was an absolutely incredible experience for our family. We have been working nearly three years to get to the point where we are ready to open up our farm to the public. Thank you to all who came out and made this such a success. We loved it so much that we’re doing it again this coming weekend!

Will be open Saturday and Sunday, both days from 10 AM until 4 PM. We’ll have complementary coffee, cucumber lemonade and the barn will be ready for you to create your own gift bouquets with all of the supplies at the ready. We will have all of the supplies you’ll need to make a beautiful strawflower bouquet or strawflower crown to take home ($5.00 covers materials). This is a fun and sensory-filled experience for all ages and abilities. 

We currently have an abundance of heirloom tomatoes, slicing and pickling cucumbers, sweet bell peppers, gourmet wine cap mushrooms as well as greens, root vegetables and garlic.

We hope to see you!

Stacy, Kelsey & Elliot


U-pick Flowers this weekend! (Plus, homemade pie and fresh cider!)

Enjoy a slice of rural Kitsap County (and homemade pie) on Labor Day weekend! Hours vary so check our events page for details.

Spend a couple of hours picking flowers and enjoying our fifteen acre family farm. We’ll have complimentary coffee and our fresh pressed cider on hand as well as our homemade blackberry basil and apple pies for enjoying at one of our picnic tables! The barn farm stand will be loaded with our produce, including our heirloom slicing tomatoes and sweet bell peppers. We have everything you need to create and bundle up your bouquets if you have plans to gift them to someone special. PLEASE read the details on how our U-pick works prior to arrival.

We welcome EVERYONE, celebrate diversity and are a family-friendly farm. If you need special accommodations or have questions about accessibility, please contact us directly.

China Aster “Tower Chamois”

China Aster “Tower Chamois”

U-pick Flowers

This week our U-pick flowers fields are open: Friday, August 16th and Saturday, August 17th, 9:00 am -4:00 pm.

We have an incredible abundance of flowers right now. Current blooms includes dahlias, China asters, roses, zinnias, Giant orange marigolds, yarrow, nigella, snapdragons, sunflowers, amaranth, celosia, strawflower, and bupleurum.

The fields are stunningly beautiful with Queen Anne’s Lace in bloom in the pasture and our produce and flower fields full and lush. The zinnias tower over most of our visitors. Bring a camera! The two picnic tables in our flower fields are the perfect place to pause. Our barn is stocked with our produce (including our big, beautiful heirloom tomatoes, pickling cucumbers and bulk bags of Genovese basil) and we have tables and supplies set up inside for bouquet making.

Bring a friend or family member or pick in the fields in quiet meditation. We have everything you need and our window this year for U-pick flowers will last just a few weeks.

Click HERE for the must-read, nitty-gritty essentials you need to know before you arrive.

We will make every attempt to list our summer U-pick hours in the event section of our website. You may always call, text or email to inquire about these hours or hours that we may choose to make available outside of those posted. Please consider sharing this post and spreading the word.


NOTE: This is where we work, live, love and play. We greatly value the importance of our quiet family time. So, as always, if the gate is closed, our farmstand, and farm, is closed to the public so that the three of us can enjoy family time together. Thank you for your understanding.


Flowers and produce in abundance!

Our flowers and produce are now in full swing and are available at our historic barn farm stand (barn built in 1903), which we opened in late June, and online at Kitsap Fresh weekly. The stand is open most days, between 9 am and 4 pm. When the gate is open, the farm stand is open. We have also opened up our flower fields for U-Pick and DIY buckets; simply call, email or complete our contact form to arrange a time.

Our current available flowers include: Long stem roses, snapdragons, zinnias, dahlias, sunflowers, bupleurum, chocolate lace flower, strawflower, utrecht blue wheat, amaranth, celosia, bachelor button, baby’s breath, calendula, orlaya, phlox, nicotiana, cosmos, globe amaranth, Persian cress, marigolds (including giants) and several herbs. We also have woodland greenery available in abundance.

Current produce available at our farm stand and through Kitsap Fresh: Green beans, heirloom tomatoes (beefsteak and cherry varieties), pickling and slicing cucumbers, Genovese and Thai basil, cabbage, carrots, broccoli, beets and garlic.

We have garlic braids, quart jars of dried calendula (to make your own dyes, salves, tinctures, etc), and dried flowers available exclusively at our farm stand. Soon, we will will also be selling our homemade jams and preserves.

In conjunction with Mark Doucette, we will be hosting a free seed saving class on August 10th. Stacy will be following-up with a free seed starting class in our heated greenhouse in January.

We will also be opening up our U-pick pumpkin patch on October 19th and 26th and will have complimentary fresh cider pressed from our apple trees and fall farm tours at that time. Sign up for our email newsletter to receive details!

Please consider passing this newsletter along to anyone who might be interested in knowing about on-going events on our farm. We are family-owned and operated and are grateful for the support of extended family, friends and our Work Share CSA volunteers who help each week. You may also follow-us on Instagram to see our most current produce and flower offerings.

Wishing you a vibrant and nourishing summer!

Warmly and with gratitude,

Stacy, Kelsey, Elliot and our many farm creatures