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Winding down, and a festive event!

Hello friends, We hope you all enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving, with plates full of local organic food. While we continue to wrap up this year’s harvest, our regular farm gate hours are now finished for the season. For those still hankering after late fall offerings like potatoes, squash, pumpkin, brussel sprouts, cabbage and rutabaga, you…

Autumn Bounty

Dear farming friends, What a growing season it’s been. We’ve met so many wonderful people who have supported our little farming operation. Thank you to all those who who value locally grown, fresh, nutritious food over imported, industrialized products. It’s a grand feeling to be able to make someone smile, simply by handing them some…

Harvest time and some changes

Hello farm friends, Thanks to everyone who has supported as at the markets this spring. We’re now finished attending the big markets and are moving into harvest season. Sophia will now be at the Lac La Hache bakery every Friday from 10-2, offering our lovely locals fresh produce from the garden. At home, we’re closing…

Big sale and a garden update

Hello dearest gardening friends, It’s that time of the growing season when people are looking for flowers and vegetable plants to fill in gaps in their gardens. This is the time to visit us, as most of our annual flowers, vegetable plants and tomato plants are now on sale. Tomato plants: Pick up two tomato…

Have frog, will travel

Dear farm friends, Market season has begun and we’ve been busy with farm gate sales and attending farmers markets in Williams Lake and 100 Mile. We’ll be at the South Cariboo Farmers Market on Friday, May 27, and back at the Williams Lake market on Friday, June 3. Also, starting May 26, look for me…

An abundance of plants

Hello dear gardening friends, We’re counting down to opening day! Our big greenhouse is bursting at the seams with beautiful plants, and we’re looking forward to welcoming you to gardening heaven, starting Monday, May 2nd. Before then you can see us at the Williams Lake Seedy Saturday on April 30. In the meantime, feast your…

2022 flower list (annuals)

Hello friends, While we’re still dealing with the occasional snow flurry in the Cariboo, we’re enjoying hearing from local garden enthusiasts who are busy planning their baskets, pots and plots for this season. To better help our flower lovers plan their garden colour palettes, here is a list of our annual flowers. We’ll post a…

Greenhouse sneak peek: Baby plants

Hello all, Thank you everyone who has sent us kind messages regarding our decision not to attend the indoor Seedy Saturday because of the segregation/passport rules. One friend rightly pointed out the necessity to focus on the positives in times like these, and we agree. As such, since it’s springtime and everyone loves photos of…

The Slow Shift into Winter

Hello friends, As the days get shorter, we’ve been slowly putting the garden to bed and preparing for the start of the dark season. We’re now closed for the year, re-opening for farm gate sales in May, 2022. We’re grateful for all the support we’ve received from local garden and farm food enthusiasts. Our goal…

Celebrate the harvest

Hello farm friends. We hope you’re all finding enjoyment in summer’s beauty, despite all the challenges and stress of the recent (and ongoing) fires. We’ve been very busy in the garden as one crop after another ripens and demands to be harvested. We’re incredibly grateful for our neighbours and summer visitors who have been dropping…

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