Reviews for: Windflower Farm LLC
By: Mary Masterson (Oct 29, 2013)
I am happy to say I have been enjoying the bounty from Windflower Farm since it's inception. The selection of produce is unique and the quality is exquisite. The farm itself is a place of joy and beauty. I am a veterinarian by trade and the care and nurturing of all creatures at Windflower is of the highest standard. This year the farm is offering pigs for sale. These highly intelligent animals are raised in a healthy and natural environment, fed healthy organic foods, and are slaughtered humanely on the farm. I am thrilled to have such an amazing resource available to us here in the Bend area, and would highly recommend taking part!
Windflower Farm growing fantastic produce in Central Oregon!
By: Katy Bryce (Mar 3, 2010)
It took me a while to believe that a Bend (Alfalfa) based farm would deliver quality produce for a CSA membership. Having lived here for 13 years, I have heard over and over... "you can't grow tomatoes in Central Oregon". Well, you can. And farmer Gigi Meyer is showing me that we can have a locally based small farm industry.
I was a member of Windflower Farm's CSA last year and each week I was so pleased with the bag of food that I received. I love that this farm is a mere 20 minutes from Bend. I know that my food was harvested just hours before I get it.
Bok choy, broccoli rabe, squash, tomatoes, strawberries, kale, carrots, beets, onions, turnips, basil, spinach, lettuce, zucchini, green beans, corn, fennel, leeks, cherry tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, scallions, chives, rosemary, oregano, peas, potatoes, and much, much more. I'm pretty sure I got strawberries every week from June on.
Thanks to Windflower Farm! I've signed up for 2010!
Willamette Valley-style produce from Central Oregon
By: Jennifer Ponderosa (Mar 3, 2010)
In May in Central Oregon the tulips are barely blooming but I'm already getting delicate produce from Windflower Farm. It's astonishing -- and inspiring -- what a wide variety of vegetables Ms. Meyer can grow in this desert climate. I love the herbs especially; she has enough that I can dry them and use them through the winter. I haven't bought sage or thyme or tarragon or oregano or parsely or mint from the store in years...
The farm itself is beautiful. It's quite small considering how much it produces. In fact it feels like a garden, with winding paths and flowers absolutely everywhere. If you have a chance to visit, do!