Winter Solstice
As of today the sun begins it's trip back North and the days will be slowly and steadily getting longer. Here on the farm we are finally able to rest a bit more and begin to plan for next season but we are far from hibernating. Unlike many farms in colder regions that shut down completely for the Winter, here in the PNW we are just moving into another season of eating!
Our long season and Fall plantings did surprisingly well for a difficult year and because of it we have an amazing bounty of beautiful produce available right now.
Roots and greens are the center of hardy Winter meals here at Flying Onion, and we will continue to have a full market stall every week as long as we can protect those crops from the cold spells that come through every so often. Harvest days are often wet and muddy requiring many layers to keep us from the nasty weather as we dig, pick, wash and sort all those amazing plants that sustain us through the darkest days.
From all of us here at Flying Onion Farm we want to say thanks so much for all your continued support throughout 2017 and we can't wait to see you again in the New Year! .
At market this week we have: Salad Mix, Spinach, Kale, Collards, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Parsnips, Rutabaga, Beets, Yacon, Oca, Leeks, Pickles and Much More!

Enjoy the amazing Winter 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.
Woodstock Farmers Market every Sunday from 10am-2pm (June-October).

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.