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We practice sustainability at the farm. Crop rotation, use of drip irrigation and re-using the flower water each week are some of the ways we are being kind to the earth.
As of March 11th we are sold out for our coming season of harvest boxes. If you are interested in joining us for 18 weeks of our beautiful flower share, please email Lorrie at We have 3 flower shares for the season available.

Our harvest boxes are on Tuesdays with pickup between 4:00 - 6:00 pm at the Farm. 8005 Portland Rd. N.E. Salem, Oregon.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Week 2 June 4

Week 2 Box items

A little cuddle time between picking time.

A nice warm day to check out all the strawberry plants. 

Lemon grass growing in the lathe house.

Purple of Sicily cauliflower
appears to be getting heavy.

Regular cauliflower with a
touch of purple. Hmmmm???

Lisa cuts the cauliflower.

Angie pulls the rhubarb...
Anna, with baby out of the sun in a
front pack, trims the rhubarb.

New for us this year, purple podded peas.
The blossoms and joints of the plant are various shades of purple. Stop by and check them out Tuesday.

Artichokes this week.

A few Sun Sugar tomatoes from the greenhouse.

Just enough Sun Sugars for our Tuesday salad. Yum! Thanks Anna.

White foxglove.
(Can't you just imagine a fox slipping
his/her foot into one of these?)

Pink roses. Such full clusters of beauty.

A critter thinks this is heavenly, too.

Delicate peony.

Mary and Mary bundle away. We work at all bundles being as close to the same as possible. Thanks ladies!

Harvested kohlrabi.
Many green ones, one purple one.

Asparagus today.

Green kale.

Purple Kale that is more ruffled than the green.

The many colors of Swiss Chard this year.

Helpers rescuing us in the tea field.
The right side "hedge" is full of the tea plants.

Foxglove and Cape Fuchsias.

Dahlias from inside the greenhouse.

Pink roses and blue delphiniums.

White David Austin roses (fragrant)
with delphinium.

A plethora of flowers.

Purple dahlias. Doubles, singles.



A boxholder's helper carries
their flowers. Thanks!

I really like this one.

A David Austin white rose up close.

A ruffle type rose that is so very delicate.

Greenhouse tomatoes are looking good. They haven't started turning color, yet.

More variety on the way.
Baby radishes.