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