a woman-owned, woman-run boutique farm


Kelsey ZaavedraComment

With so little time to write during the season I’m left to photographic documenting. I mean, really, how could you describe how beautiful the bounty is in words when photos do the job far better than I could. Most days I’m in awe of how stunning this produce really is. I grow heirlooms so that can translate to all “the weird” stuff that looks different. Tomatoes with stripes, green ones, pink ones, small peppers, skinny eggplant, multi colored beets.. the list goes on. Here are some of the usual suspects you’ll see around my farm.