It has been a pleasure helping our new and returning customers celebrate the holiday season by delivering handcrafted fresh evergreens as gifts and home decorations. The off-season will be full of planning and preparing so we can do it all over again next year. We look forward to hearing from you soon!
Since we started our family business in 1980, we have transformed from selling a few flowers and vegetables at the local farmers' market on the weekends, to a full blown year-round business that ships throughout the United States. Learn more about us below: flowers and picking squash at 6 a.m. before market opens each day. It's a career that I would not change for anything."
In the beginning, the farm was a hobby with the purpose to keep our three kids out of trouble and give them a job while attending school.
We started with an organic vegetable farm and sold our produce at the Shelton Farmers' Market. In 1984 we started selling our goods at the Olympia Farmers' Market, the 2nd largest farmers' market in Washington State, where we continue to sell our products today.
Our youngest son, Andrew Hunter, has stayed with the tradition of the family farmer and loves every minute of it. He sells our dahlia flowers in the spring and summer months and produces florist quality Evergreen Christmas wreaths during the holiday season. He has expanded both areas of our business and now sells dahlia tubers and fresh Christmas wreaths on the Internet as well as at the farmer's market. We also have a retail florist shop in downtown Shelton that provides our community with colorful flowers and gifts.
We have enjoyed making a living from growing and hand harvesting the fruits of our labor over the years. As Andy once said, "Well, in simple terms I really love what I do and am happy in the fields cutting flowers and picking squash at 6 a.m. before market opens each day. It's a career that I would not change for anything."
After the holiday season is over one might assume we go on a very long vacation to help us recover from the chaotic wreath season. The one assuming would be wrong. Instead, we begin preparing our fields for the upcoming dahlia tuber season. Visit www.LynchCreekDahlias.com to learn more about our dahlia tubers