WHAT WE GROW
All of our crops are carefully tended (many are hand-harvested) so you get the cleanest, freshest, and most nutritious produce possible. Our crops include a wide range of seasonal vegetables, beautiful organic flowers, succulent berries, and starter plants for your spring garden.
Organically grown flowers are hard to find – but organic and biodynamic flowers are almost mythical. Aspen Moon is proud to be the only grower on the front range offering certified organic and biodynamic blooms. Buy our flowers wholesale, at our markets, or in bulk for your DIY wedding.
All bouquets are seasonal, organic, bee-friendly, and picked by hand. Learn more about our offerings below, and contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plants & Seeds
Every spring, we offer beautiful starter plants to give our customers a jump start on the growing season in their home gardens. These plants are grown with love and care under the organic and biodynamic practices and certification we follow on the rest of the farm. We believe you will notice the vitality of our starter plants and know it will improve the health and success of your home garden.
Click HERE for a detailed description of our Starter Plants!
We are excited to offer seeds grown right here at the farm for you to grow in your own garden. These seeds are certified organic and biodynamic.
CLICK HERE for our 2020 AMF Seed Availability list and additional planting information.
CLICK HERE for 2020 Flower Seed List.
All seed packets are $3 and will be available starting in April at the Roadside Farm Stand or Farmer's Markets in Longmont or Boulder. We look forward to providing our customers the opportunity to grow their favorite AMF varieties from seed!
Bulk and farmer quantities and pricing are available; please email us for pricing and availability.
We grow heritage grains at Aspen Moon Farm because they are important for the diversity, soil health, and rotations of our farm. Growing grains contributes to the biodynamic principle of viewing our farm as an organism and the importance of vegetables, livestock, soil, and grains all contributing as interconnected parts to the whole system. Growing heritage grains is also important to maintain genetic diversity and availability of heirloom varieties that are more nutritious, flavorful, and easier to digest than conventionally used varieties. Heritage grains are often more drought resistant and can act as cover-crops for our soil. Including small-scale grain production on our farm helps us maintain sustainable rotations and soil health, while providing nutritious, local grain options for ourselves and our customers. We are excited to be a part of the Noble Grain Alliance and the work that is being done in our community to promote local grain production.