Hydrangea Ranch Wedding Venue on the Oregon Coast

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Good Morning Friends

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Day in the life of a flower picker

Since the day I started this summer, I have cut such a variety of plants. One of my favorite aspects of the farm is that every day and every season various significantly. Starting the day off, our flower-picking team heads to the field to weed at least one row of weeds each; this way, we can keep a good hand on the weed situation.

For those who have gardens; you know how fast weeds grow!!! After weeding, we begin picking for orders which recently have been a lot of hydrangeas. We have picked Oregon Pride, Periwinkle Blue, Pistachio, White, and any specialty hydrangeas we find along the way.

After picking quite a few, we head up in the farm truck to the shop, where we recut the stems and put the flowers into the water to either go into the cooler or get packed and ready to ship out. This process happens a few times throughout the day. I also have been snapping pictures on the camera of products and the process of cutting.

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Weekly trail cam video

This week we saw a deer with a baby doe

Product that is currently available to you

@ the end of the product list I have shared some history of the farm!! 🙂

AVAILABILITY
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Hydrangeas

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Pistacio

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Lavander

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White

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Oregon Pride

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Periwinkle Blue

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White Lace Cap

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Cobalt Blue Lacecap

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Walking Stick (Contorted Chestnut)

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Coral Driftwood

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Chartreuse Mossy Branches

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Birch Poles / Alder Poles

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Forest Droppings

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Organic Wedding Arches

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Black Berries

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Gloriosa Lilies

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Vibernum Berries

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NineBark

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Montbretia

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Mock Orange

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Red Dogwood Branches

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Grandma’s Apple Tree Mossy Branches (Lichen & Moss)

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Birch Branches

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Spider Roots

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Twisted Rattan

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Curly Willow

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Sheet Moss Premium Box

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Mood Moss Flat (Fresh)

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Wood Slabs

A Flash Into The Past

In the first image Patrick is rototilling his first ever crop in 2002.

The second image shows Patrick today zooming by after mowing!

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Keeping the ” nice enough to share a piece of the Oregon Coast with you ” tradition

a shot at the local light house from a few years ago… looks like a painting

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