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Farmstand and U-Pick Are Open for Summer Hours!

We'll be kicking off our summer farmstand season on Wednesday, May 30th and continuing every Wednesday and Saturday into October.

Summer Hours: Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 to 2 pm, rain or shine!

The strawberry u-pick is open! There's some early, red, ripe fruit in our second-year berry patch right now, and we'll also be making more strawberry beds available for u-pick in the coming weeks as our new planting matures.

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 help of a couple of tractors, a handful of fantastic employees, and a team of draft horses. We adhere to all organic practices, principles and regulations although 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. 

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