I love supporting anywhere local and I'm so happy that Thistledown makes it easy to do so! It's so so cute and they have so much fun stuff! This spring (April 2022), they have a lot of indoor and outdoor plants already - hanging baskets, begonias, elephant ears, vegetable and herb starts, coleus, planters, yard and garden decor and more!
Always a great time. 2 pumpkin patches available to public. One with tractor ride and one without. Goat pen and chicken coop to wander in for little ones. Carts/wheelbarrow available to cart pumpkins. Great rotating variety of produce, plants and products.
We went to get a pumpkin for the, you know, decorating of Halloween. I like this farm because of the proximity to Eugene. There are baby goats to pet, cocky roosters to stare at, a super hard hay maze ;), and amazing produce to purchase. The pumpkin patch: Large area that can be seen from the River Road. Hundreds and hundreds of gourds to choose from. Orange ones, yellow ones, white and green ones, pink ones, small and large ones, misshapen and perfect ones. There are many. Thousands even. No, millionsandbillions! It was muddy so be prepared if it is wet outside. The farm offers an easy-to-use wheel barrel to transport your finds. We walked away with about a dozen very muddy, but easy to clean, pumpkins of different sizes for about $40. I reccomend!
Love me some Thistledown! Growing up, was always our family destination for pumpkins and cider. They have a good selection of in season produce, mostly grown there. Also a great selection of plants and starts out of their greenhouses.
Came for the pumpkin patch (there are two!) But they also have goats to feed and wagons to ride, plus a surprising amount of greenhouse plants & produce to buy in the big farm style market 👍🏻👍🏻 -they were out of apple cider this time, so if you are lucky enough to see it, grab one! It's delicious!
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