Ley Creek Farm is grateful to partner with chefs and floral designers who value locally-sourced, high-quality products.  We raise specialty cut flowers for floral businesses and vegetables, fruits, herbs, mushrooms, and edible flowers for local restaurants and catering companies.  Inventory is available on a first-come, first-served basis.  If your business is interested in purchasing in bulk quantities, the best ways to find our inventory are by signing up for our email newsletter and by following us on social media.

Restaurants

We custom harvest for restaurants the evening before delivery or pick up and wash and chill your produce overnight to ensure best shelf life. We offer a set delivery schedule (Friday mornings), but you are always welcome to pick up your order from us at our farm for a discounted price.  We also enjoy growing new and experimental crops and love hearing chef's wish lists.  We may even consider growing a particular custom crop for your business, so long as it is discussed prior to February 1st; this gives us ample time to readjust our seed orders, planting schedules, and farm plan. Just ask!

Caterers

We are happy to work with caterers to provide some of the produce needed for special events.  If you are interested in sourcing from us for an event, we recommend that you get added to our weekly fresh sheet newsletter so you have a sense of what variety and quantity be available through the seasons.  Please contact us at least one week before you will need to receive your produce so we can prepare to harvest for you.

Floral Designers

We custom harvest for florists the morning prior to your delivery day. Delivery is available on Wednesdays and Thursdays, but you are always welcome to pick up your order on a different day at our farm for a discounted price.  We also enjoy growing unique and hard-to-find specialty cut flowers.  We may even consider growing a particular cultivar for your business, so long as it is discussed prior to February 1st; this gives us ample time to readjust our seed orders, planting schedules, and farm plan.