In the beautiful and picturesque area around Langlois, Oregon, sits Valley Flora Farm. Surrounded by stunning scenery and adhering to old fashioned farming traditions with new sustainable technologies, this mother and daughter family farm is a wonderful place to visit at any time of year. Valley Flora Farm got started back in 1998 and has evolved over the years, growing hundreds of different veggies and fruits for the local coastal communities with a big commitment on sustainability and organic practices.

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- Quality Food for Local People - Since 1998, Valley Flora Farm has been growing a super range of high quality vegetables, berries, fruits, and flowers for people all around Langlois, OR. Run by farmers who really feel passionate about quality produce and ethical farming techniques, Valley Flora Farm offers a huge range of tasty produce including cucumbers, lettuce, apples, spinach, plums, carrots, berries, squash, potatoes, chard, peas, parsnips, onions, fennel, and more.

- The Valley Flora Farm CSA - Valley Flora Farm runs its own CSA and harvest baskets for local communities to enjoy. These baskets can feed entire families and are filled with delicious, healthy, totally fresh produce right from the farm. Signing up for the CSA harvest basket program is a super way to ensure you and your family always have fresh vegetables and fruits to enjoy each week, maintaining healthy and balanced diets and giving you plenty of freedom to play around with different recipes on a daily basis too.

- Sustainable and Organic - Valley Flora Farm isn’t officially certified organic, but it still follows all organic production standards and techniques. The farmers here simply chose to put all of their focus on maintaining the quality and standards of their produce rather than pursuing the often expensive certification needed for official organic standards. Valley Flora Farm also invests heavily in eco-friendly techniques and sustainability, using recycling and composting as often as possible and making use of solar panels to power the farm too.

Visit Valley Flora Farm

If you'd like to pay a visit to Valley Flora Farm to meet the Valley Flora team, admire the farm itself, buy some fresh produce from the farmstand, or even head out for some strawberry picking, here's all you need to know:

- Location - Valley Flora Farm is situated at 94960 Floras Creek Road, Langlois, OR 97450. The farm is about one and a half miles along Floras Creek Road, south of Langlois. Whether you're driving from the north or south, you'll need to follow Highway 101 towards Langlois and then turn off onto Floras Creek Road. You can park your vehicle on the left side of the road and the farm encourages all visitors to park with the nose of the vehicle facing inwards and not to block the farm entrance.

- Farmstand - The farmstand at Valley Flora Farm offers a great range of seasonal, fresh produce straight from the soil and into your hands. The produce featured in the farm will change from one week to the next and can vary greatly depending on the time of year, so it's great to come back time and time again to see what's new. The opening hours for the farm will vary, however, depending on when you visit. In the summer months, for example, the Farmstand opens from 9am to 2pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays, whereas the farmstand is only open from 10am to 2pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the fall. Consult the official Valley Flora Farm to learn more or call up 541 348 2180 to learn more about opening days and times when planning your trip.

- U-Pick - U-Pick is available at Valley Flora Farm for flowers and strawberries only. Strawberry picking season at Valley Flora Farm usually runs from June through to September, while flower picking lasts from June to October in most years, with prices varying depending on the stem. Be sure to email valleyfloa@valleyfloralfarm.com for more information on U-Pick availability before heading out to the farm.

- Important Information - No plastic bags are provided at Valley Flora Farm in order for the farm to try and minimize its carbon footprint and cut down on plastic waste, so visitors are encouraged to bring their own bags along.. It's also worth noting that only a limited number of buckets and flats are available for U-Pick, so you can bring your own containers along too if you prefer. Cash, checks, and coupons can be used to pay at the farm, but no card payments can be accepted due to the rural location of Valley Flora Farm. Finally, visitors of all ages are welcome at Valley Flora Farm, but pets are not allowed on site. website