As family farmers, Karri and Patrick wholeheartedly believe in sustainable business practices.
Karri and Patrick raise honey bees, harvest hay fields, and create habitats for birds, pollinators and other wildlife. Multiple breeds of non-GMO fed, free range hens happily wander and produce a striking array of colored eggs. Fresh vegetables are grown from seed, guaranteeing quality from soil to table. Breathtaking fields of flowers delight the senses, filling the air with a sweet aroma and dotting the property with a spectrum of colors. White hydrangeas bloom displaying their lavish, rounded shape, as do several varieties of David Austin English roses, ranunculus, dahlias, tulips, cosmos and asters. Find an assortment of seasonal florals to welcome the changing of the seasons. Watch the ornamental grasses, Bells of Ireland and eucalyptus dance in the wind. Blueberries, raspberries, aronia berries, apple and pear trees provide flavorful fruit, along with many other varieties thriving on the farm.
As family farmers, Karri and Patrick wholeheartedly believe in sustainable business practices. They are passionate about supporting local farms and the dreams of others. By supporting Rose Farm, you are rallying around a movement that builds community-supported agriculture.
Join us each Friday June-August for a complimentary 30-minute Farm School session. With exciting lessons on pollinators, chickens, flowers and more, Farm School has been designed to give school-aged children a front-row seat to a modern farmstead. Listen to a story, enjoy hands-on learning activities + make a craft. We are also excited to offer private farm school lessons which can be booked April-October. Take your next field trip to Rose Farm! Private Farm School lessons can be customized to cover specific topics and last two hours, at $10/guest. One hundred percent of Farm School proceeds benefit at-risk youth at Wildwood Hills Ranch.