It is with great humility that I am TAKING THE rest of the season OFF. the spring was just been too much for one farmer to bear, with my greenhouse blowing away in the early spring, the wet and slow start to the growing year, a couple hail events, a broken tractor, I fell too far behind to be able to catch up and provide a product that I felt good about. I have also been going through a lot of personal challenges and growth and have been struggling showing up as a whole human these days, let alone a human and a farmer. So it is time that I surrender to where I am right now and take care of myself, which means putting the farm to rest, sowing the fields with cover crop, nurturing the soil and getting it ready for new growth next year. It is time that the land and I take a rest.


specialty cut-Flowers and open-pollinated varieties of vegetables, organically grown in Boulder County, Colorado. available on sliding-scale prices to ensure that healthy food is accessible to all.

It makes her feel at home in a place to have her hands in the Earth. Where do you find your greatest sense of place? What is the place that you understand best? That you know best and knows you in return?
— Robin Wall Kimmerer

Open-Pollinated Vegetables

Growing on a modest 1+ acre in Boulder County, Farm N' Wild Wellspring is dedicated to local adaptability, resiliency and seed sovereignty, therefore is committed to growing only open-pollinated varieties of vegetables and is devoted to regenerative agricutlural practices. We must feed the soil that feeds us. All produce is available at sliding-scale prices to ensure that nutritious food is accessible to all.


Speciatly Cut-Flowers

Locally grown flowers act as a true marker of time and place. Adding diversity to the farm landscape as well as the market, Farm N' Wild Wellspring has dedicated 1/4 acre to specialty cut flowers. Let the seasons greatest form of expression make a special mark on your day, be it any regular day, or the celebration of birth, love, friendship, food and community. Let us celebrate the seasons in bloom.


"The ancient rhythms of the earth have insinuated themselves into the rhythms of the human heart. The earth is not outside us; it is within: the clay from where the tree of the body grows."

— John O'Donohue


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