Introducing Gholson Gardens!
Pronounced goal-son, this is the surname of the original homestead family.
After growing plants and flowers to use to naturally dye our fiber, we were bitten by the flower bug! Alongside our raised beds & dye plants, in the Spring of 2018 we planted about 1/3 acre of cut flowers. Growing cut flowers has been a helpful and enjoyable way to diversify our farm, especially considering it takes us 2 years (on average) to bring the alpaca fiber to market!
You can find our mixed bouquets at the Walla Walla Downtown Farmer's markets every Saturday from 9am to 1pm -- 4th & Main Street (behind City Hall).
Join along as we build this new venture by following us on Instagram @gholsongardens or checking out our new website by clicking here.