Spyglass Gardens

Celebrating 13 years!!!!! Spyglass Gardens is an ALL NATURAL Family Owned and Operated since 2000 Our farm supports the CSA Movement- We love our members!

We are proud to bring to your table Farm Fresh Seasonal Produce. At Spyglass Gardens the fields are planted with just about everything from Arugula to Zucchini! There are 30+ Fruit Trees & Berrie Patch

Potato Field is planted Cold Crops are in... Greenhouse is overflowing with plants waiting their turn to be planted!

Still time to join our CSA Program this season, please email or call for information.

You can shop our booth in Cascade at the Alpha Nursery (just north of Clear Creek on Hwy 55). July - to - September

Steve and Wendy incorporate doTerra Essential Oils into their cooking classes held 2 times a month on the farm...members are welcome to come and enjoy a special evening. Each class complete with tasty homemade courses picked fresh from the field.

Our Farm has truely been a blessing to our family and we cherish the friendships we have made....God Bless all of you.....Steve and Wendy


Listing last updated on May 12, 2014

We have 9 memberships left!!! Please email or call for contract information. We will start our season first week of June!

Season:  June through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2000

# of Shares:  125

Full Share:  $425.00 for 17 weeks, banking options available see details below

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Alpha Nursery - Cascade Wednesday Market
Located Hwy 55 north of Clear Creek Station - July thru end of August

Latest Reviews

The only thing better than getting produce from Spyglass Gardens is the friendly interactions with Wendy and Steve. I always look forward to seeing what they have and visiting with them about life.... [more]

I love the variety of organic vegetables that they grow there. They have chickens that lay brown eggs and a big pumpkin field that the kids can pick their own pumpkin and haul it back in a little wagon.... [more]

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Garden Cleanup and Sore Muscles!


Its never an easy task -- cleaning up the garden. No matter how big or small theres is always debris, broken pots, hoses to mend and trees to trim. 

 Winter in Idaho can be hard on everything.... [more]

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