We sell fresh cut, organic, locally grown flowers, custom bouquets, monthly flower subscriptions, DIY flowers for brides and more. Fresh locally grown organic flowers, hanging baskets, custom bouquets, farm stand flowers, U-Pick flowers, fresh organic hen and runner duck eggs.
Treehouse vacation rental and camping.
Operating as usual
Silly folklore. 😉
Happy happy joy joy.😉
Another happy customer!
Eek! My husband's job at the Naselle Youth Camp will end in June 2023. That means the flower subscriptions I have there will go away too. I can't even begin to comprehend the future of the farm.
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Call me, Natalie Morgan or message me on my personal page or through my business on Instagram or Facebook if you need a special arrangement for an event such as a Birthday, Anniversary, Remembrance, Funeral, Just Because, Forgiveness or Self Care. We have DIY flowers for weddings or special events or if you would like to have flowers delivered to you, to your office or to someone special on a weekly basis through our Flower Subscription program.
We are located at 20 Parpala Rd in Naselle, WA where we also service a flower stand that sells hand tied bouquets, regular bouquets, arrangements, live plants and decorative items for your yard, patio or deck when in season.
I'm into my 6th growing season and I love what I do.
Beautiful Fresh Locally Grown Flowers Creative one of a kind flower arrangements delivered to your home or office!
I made a few hand tied bouquets this evening. I'm really getting the hang of it. They are beautiful. Full of roses, ranunculus and all kinds of magic. They'll be out in the flower stand on Saturday morning. First come, first served. When they're gone, they're gone!
A new season has begun. Happy Spring! See you all tomorrow.
Color, texture, patterns. I could just eat you up!
The Flower Stand is open! Cash only for now. Electronic payment options coming soon.
Worked on the sandwich board today. Should be out by the driveway entrance on Parpala Rd tomorrow. Made a chalkboard to hang on it (that's the black rectangle toward the bottom) so I can write out what's in the stand. This Friday there will be daffodils at $4 a dozen along with some potted Geum plants and a few wrapped flower bouquets. I have lots of plans for cute things all summer long. Hope you'll stop by.
Spring has sprung!
Omphalodes Linifolia or Venus Navelwort or as I like to refer to this plant as white forget me nots. Planted today. Looking forward to early spring blooms.
I planted 26 of these Lady Yellow Geum plants today. I grew them from seed which I purchased from a seed supplier that I rarely buy from. I'm hoping they turn out to be as depicted. I have thirteen plants leftover that are in 3" pots. Geums are an easy to grow evergreen perennial that likes a shady well drain spot. They bloom in early spring. If you are interested in purchasing one or more of these plants, please message me. Delivery or shipping is not an option. If you're interested then you'll have to come pick them up at the flower stand outside the farm. $2 each.
Happy Sunday everyone!
Flower Subscription details:
The cost is $100 for each month plus tax if in Washington. You will be billed via your email address, click the link and pay electronically. It's easy!
That price includes the delivery fee. Bouquets are a nice size and change weekly depending upon what is blooming out in the field. An arrangement arrives at your home or office on the first Friday of each week.
Flowers are cut from the field at least 24hrs prior to delivery. They are processed then arranged into a glass vase filled with water and flower preservative. Each bouquet is lovingly arranged by me and adorned with a bow.
Upon the following delivery I will pick up the previous week's empty and cleaned vase and deliver you a fresh bouquet! It's that simple!
Please let me know if you would like to purchase a subscription for any or all months beginning with April up until October or the first frost in our area.
If you wish to purchase a monthly subscription, this is the information that I will need:
Your email address for electronic payment?
The delivery address?
Your phone number in case I have trouble finding your address.
If this is a gift: The recipient's name, delivery address and what you would like the card to say.
This is my 6th growing season and I look forward to bringing you or your recipients arrangements of joy each week.
I service from Covered Bridge Road in the Grays River Valley to Rosburg, Naselle, Long Beach, Chinook, East Astoria, Astoria, Lewis & Clark area & Warrenton!
Thank you for supporting a local farm. We really appreciate your business! Natalie Morgan-Owner and head bottle washer!
Time is almost up.
Can you guess?
Making a comeback this year.
Yeehaw Naselle. Gonna be 28 degrees tonight. Just got in from dropping the high tunnel sides and buttoning up my babies. Buuurrrrrrr!
I sell seashells by the seashore. March through October!
Our property was purchased in 2004. When we bought it, it was a shamble of tangle blackberries, big trees, little trees and overgrown weeds. The property had been logged ten years prior to our purchase and from this logging operation there were three, two story high by forty feet wide piles of old and second growth stump piles which a local contractor, came in and moved for us. With the purchase of a small tractor, we finally made our way down to the river banks three months later. The driveway, utilities, water and septic came next followed by four years of hammering, sawing, framing, sheathing, roofing, etc., all done by my husband, myself and a couple of friends.
During the build, we divided our living quarters between an eighteen foot trailer and a fourteen foot, octagonal cedar yurt. The yurt housed a giant feather bed, a tv, computer and heat, but what I liked about it best was that I felt safer in it than the trailer as it had a thick wooden door with a lock to help keep me safe while Pete would be away in Astoria coaching football most evenings. The trailer had a kitchen, bathroom, and a table to sit and eat at, but mostly it became a storage unit. I can still remember how living in that trailer at first toiled at me, but we managed.
When we purchased the property I was always intent on having a farm. We had considered Alpacas in the beginning. Miniature cattle were also a consideration, but never in all of that time trying to decide what we would farm, had we ever discussed flowers. But flowers it is and hopefully flowers it will always be as I love growing them.
We weren’t married when we bought the property and so after a long hard toil of building and developing, on August 3, 2013 we finally tied the knot here on the property underneath the branches of an heirloom plum tree. The first fruit tree we would find while we were clearing the land many years earlier. It seemed the perfect setting.
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Our family provides the local community with pasture raised, hogs, turkeys, chickens for meat, duck and chicken eggs.
The Strange family started this raw milk operation in March 2012 to supply their family and friends with clean, safe, and pure raw milk from healthy and happy cows.