We grow an ever-changing variety of fruit, vegetable and flowers throughout the year. Our three core crops, however, are the douglas fir christmas tree, Provençal lavender and hops.
Our latest family adventure is taking root this year, 2019. Seth and Melissa (Wallin) Hanley are planting the first crop of hops. With a little under an acre dedicated to the hops, we have 900 hills of Cascade, Centennial and Columbia. Ed is providing patient guidance as we learn the tools of the trade and experiment with trellis design and land preparation. You can follow along with our hop yard journey on our instagram feed. We are dedicated to continuing our family's commitment of sustainable and organic farming principles in the creation of this new hop yard. Additionally we have planted with hops grown to GAP (Good Agricultural Principles) standards from the Clean Plant Network. We look sharing more from the harvest in the fall.
Ed began growing Provençal lavender in 2017 as 'just a hobby' . In typical Wallin-family style, the hobby quickly expanded to over 1,000 plants! Flanking the entry to the farm, the lavender field delivers a magical crop each summer. The harvest is sold at local farmer's markets, florists and dried for the creation of our farm-made sachets and lavender products which can be purchased during the tree farm season.
(closed for the season)
Join us for a cup of hot apple cider after you have chosen and cut your tree. With over 6 acres of trees to choose from you'll have plenty of selection without the chaotic 'big farm' feel. The Wallins have been planting and growing trees for three decades and enjoy being a small part of other families' holiday traditions.
Q. How do you price your trees?
A. We sell by the foot. The 2019 price is $8 per foot. To make space for our expanding hop harvest we will have a section of trees on discount for the 2019 season.
Q. Do you accept credit cards?
Q. Can I bring my dog?
A. Of course but please keep Fido on a leash for the comfort of all our guests.
Q. Do you have hay rides, a bouncy house, photos with Santa and various other carnival attractions?
A. Absolutely not! We pride ourselves on having a small, family-friendly farm minus the commercial craziness. Come to cut a tree, enjoy some hot cider and make great memories.