Olequa Farm grows produce in Southwestern Washington for our neighbors. We deliver to doorsteps from Chehalis to Longview.
FOR THE LOVE OF THE LAND
Southwestern Washington offers a wonderful setting for raising farm-fresh products. The banks of Olequa Creek near Winlock, Washington are even better. We grow products you'll be proud to serve your family. Then, we deliver to your doorstep.
Thai basil is pictured here but we also grow Italian large leaf, red genovese, and lemon basils.
Traditional, sweet orange carrots are great, but I know you'll also enjoy the crunchy and beautiful flavors in our yellow, and purple and white varieties.
There's not much better on a hot evening than a summer salad. We grow a number of varieties of lettuce from romaine to butter and oak cross.
If it looks like there are a wide range of peppers in this picture, there are. We grow 18 different varieties ranging from hot to mild, and sweet.
Our cucumbers enjoy life in the large greenhouse on the farm. We grow everything from lemon cucumbers to the 16" English type.
My grandparents had a couple pear trees and I've continued the tradition. Today we grow Orcas, bartlett and red blush varieties.
Because of our weather and our love for tomatoes, we grow them in the greenhouse and in the field. We grow both heirloom and modern types, from beefsteak to cheesy.
We grow a wide variety of peas we love for summer meals. Everything from snow peas to snap and shelling peas, to purple snow peas.
We take every precaution to make sure the food we deliver is free of disease. However, bacteria is a natural part of the environment and can continue to grow even after harvest. We may rinse our produce lightly as we bring it in from the field but you need to thoroughly wash all foods before eating.