If you’re unfamiliar with our harvest and sales schedule you may find the following information helpful.
We grow spring crops such as lettuce, rhubarb, arugula, kale and Swiss chard which we sell for the month of May. Once those crops are finished we take a short break, catch our breath and get our farm ready for our busy summer season. We then return to the market in late June or early July with all that fantastic summer produce which includes tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini, garlic, onions, Swiss chard, pickling cukes, herbs, beans and plums. Often we will also have summer and fall crops of greens such as kale and spinach as well.
We sell all our certified organic produce at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market on Saturday mornings. Hours are 8am – 1pm. You’ll find our booth under the trees along the south side of the market bordering Springfield RD.
We hope to see you at the market soon!
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We sell our produce directly to the consumer at the Kelowna Farmers and Crafters Market which runs from April through till the end of October.
Stop by our booth to say hello and check out our fresh picked selection for the day. Our produce selection changes with the seasons so you never know what tasty surprises you might find on our market table.
Our booth is along Springfield Road under the trees.
Gourds are a natural product and perfect for crafting birdhouses, ornaments, and other projects. Each gourd is unique and because the growing and drying process creates varied shapes, sizes, textures and patterns, you will find no two gourds alike. From the time it is planted, grown and then dried, it can take up to one year for a gourd to be ready for crafting.
All the images on our gourds are drawn on by hand then burned directly into the gourd by a technique called pyrography. We use high quality paints and dyes to highlight the designs and finish them off with varnishes and waxes to ensure they are protected.