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PO Box 91
Langlois, Oregon 97450    
541-348-2180   
 

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Valley Flora - Growing Good Food for Local Folks

Valley Flora is nestled on the banks of Floras Creek near Langlois, Oregon. We're a diversified family farm producing over 100 varieties of vegetables, berries and fruit for local restaurants, grocery stores, foodbanks, our farmstand & u-pick, and a community-supported agriculture program. As a mother-and-two-daughter trio deeply committed to ecological farming practices, our passion is growing good food with an eye toward the artful. Our love of land, place, fertile loam, and the next generation inspires us to use cover crops, compost and crop rotations instead of synthetic fertilizers and sprays, and to do most of our work by hand - with the occasional help of a couple of tractors and a draft horse. We adhere to all organic practices, principles and regulations, but we are not third-party certified organic. Whether you're biting into a crimson strawberry, savoring a vine ripe tomato, or heaping your plate high with Abby's Greens, you'll know you're getting the freshest local produce a person can find in this neck of the woods. We love what we do - so much you can taste it. 

2014 Harvest Baskets are Sold Out!

If you are interested in joining our CSA to get a Harvest Basket or any of the additional shares we offer (eggs, salad, tamales, winter garden kits), please add your name to our waiting list. Once you are on our waiting list, you will be in our system so that we can contact you directly if a space becomes available during the 2014 season, and when we begin sign-ups for the 2015 season next winter.

NOTE: If you are currently a Harvest Basket member, you do not need to join our waiting list; you will automatically receive priority sign-up for 2015.

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Thanks for supporting local food and family farmers!

Farmstand Summer Hours Begin June 4th!

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    Starting June 4th the farmstand and U-pick are open:

    Wednesdays & Saturdays from 9 am to 3 pm

    Directions to the farm

 

Now U-Picking:

  • Strawberries - $2.50/lb
  • Loganberries - $3.50/lb (a raspberry-blackberry cross)
  • Marionberries - $3.50/lb
  • Olallieberries - $3.50/lb
  • Flowers - 3 stems for $1.00
  • Herbs - $1.00/oz (chives, thyme, rosemary, oregano, mint)

Our farmstand is stocked with all kinds of seasonal, freshly-harvested produce. Availability changes week to week. Candace's Pastured Eggs are also available regularly.

Our u-pick is limited to flowers, herbs & berries only. Berries include: strawberries, marionberries, tayberries, loganberries, olallieberries, and blackberries. No other crops are available for u-pick throughout the season at this time.

  • Bring your own containers for U-pick. We provide a scale for weighing out.
  • We accept cash, checks, WIC and Farm Direct Nutrition coupons as payment. We can accept Oregon Trail/SNAP by special arrangement only. Please valleyflora [at] valleyflorafarm [dot] com (subject: Using%20SNAP%20at%20Farmstand) (contact us) in advance if you would like to use your Oregon Trail/SNAP benefits at our farmstand.
  • Please park nose-in at the pull-out. Do not block the farm entrance and do not drive into the field.
  • No pets
  • No smoking
  • No potable water available.
  • Leave no trace: please take your trash home with you, as we have no garbage service at the farm.

We hope to see you!

Cranky Baby Hot Sauce


Hot Diggity!
We are pleased to offer our very own CRANKY BABY HOT SAUCE!

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Handcrafted with homegrown hot peppers that are vine-ripened to a sassy red in our greenhouses. This hot sauce strikes the perfect balance between hot, sweet and tangy.

  • $5 for a 5 oz bottle (also available in case quantity: 6 for $27 or 12 for $48)
  • Contact us to place your order.

(Even if you don't like spicy stuff, it's worth 5 bucks for the label alone. That's our very own Pippin in the highchair, with a little help from PhotoShop...)

Approved for farm-direct sale by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.