Directions: From SR 20, turn left onto Ebey Road if heading north or right if heading south. Stay to the right when the road curves left, turn right onto Cook Road for about 1/4 mile and turn left onto the farm drive.
NOTE: Willowood Farm is not accessible off of Ebey Road.
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399 South Ebey Road, Coupeville WA 98239
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Willowood Farm is a historic family farm growing 15 acres of mixed vegetables using natural and sustainable practices. Our farm is situated in the heart of Ebey’s Reserve and is one of the most photogenic farms in the Pacific Northwest! For 2015 we are planting over 275 varieties of vegetables, herbs and edible flowers. You can find our vegetables in many nationally renowned restaurants in Seattle. And in Skagit and Island counties’ best local spots. We also sell via the Bayview Farmer’s market and local grocery stores. For 2015-16 we are introducing a new winter CSA box service running November through March.
Willowood Farm grows mixed, row-crop vegetables for the local fresh market. We grow everything from lettuce, onions, radishes, broccoli, and cabbage to tomatoes, peppers, and specialty herbs and salad greens. We also have a large crop (more than 30 kinds!) of culinary gourmet garlic, a selection of potatoes, and a large crop of heirloom dry beans.
PRODUCE FOR SALE:
Willowood Farm will have a large selection of seasonal vegetables for sale including tomatoes, peppers, salad greens, cauliflowers, herbs, broccoli, cabbage, kohlrabi, onions, fennel and many more products. We will also have a large selection of gourmet garlic seed planting stock available for sale.
During the tour, Willowood Farm will have a large market display in our historic barn, information on successful garlic growing, a hay bale maze for kids to play in, and in addition, we will be giving hour-long guided tours 2x a day, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day, discussing winter growing in our climate. A guided Barn Tour by Architectural Historian Harrison Goodall will commence at 10:30 a.m.. on Saturday. We will hand out winter gardening tips with the tour. Self-guided tours of our greenhouses, farm fields and barn are available throughout the tour.