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Fall
Wow, has it ever been raining! It's as if the faucet got turned on and just left there, dumping for almost a full month straight and no letting up in the near future. Plant growth on the farm has been slow and soggy but we haven't had any major flooding disasters as of yet and most all of the winter veggies we've been caring for all season are still holding fine.
It was a challenging summer trying to keep up with everything - planting, weeding and irrigating are a big part of it, but there's so much more. Warm spring weather jump-started things, maybe a bit too quickly, and then summer just didn't get all that hot which slowed many things down. Up and down, back and forth, that's how it went. But adapt and adjust is the name of the farming game and with some amazing help this season (thanks Sue Ellen, Craig and Katie!) we pulled it off with flying (onion) colors.
Fall and winter crops are just amazing this year and we're excited to have lots and lots available for the farmers market. We also sell select produce (including Yacon) to several New Seasons and Peoples Co-Op so if you can't make the market look for our veggies there.
At market this week we have: Salad Mix, Spinach, Kale, Collards, Chard, Cabbage, Carrots, Beets, Celeriac, Kohlrabi, Winter Squash, Onions, Potatoes, Garlic, Yacon, Sunchokes, Leeks, Apples, Quince and Much More!

Enjoy the Cool-weather bounty we have to offer and come see us at market soon!

You can find us at:
Peoples Farmers Market, every Wed from 2-7.

Small, diverse, personal. 
Welcome to Flying Onion Farm.
We're passionate about growing food and it shows.
Beautiful, lush vegetables.  Heirloom and new varieties. Perfectly ripened fruits. Nutrient rich and delicious. Raised by hand, from seed to harvest.

Welcome to what we do best.