Sunday, July 24, 2011

Mosaic Monday - Bauman's Farm & Garden

I briefly mentioned Bauman's another time in this post but this time I was with a friend and her extended family and a small herd of little ones so I got to see more while I spent more time there.

It was a gorgeous day and a tad warm so...



My friend and I got iced coffee drinks from inside their store (where you can buy an assortment of delectable baked goods that I try not to buy ALL of every time I go) and sat in this little, out of the way, gazebo next to a water feature.


This entranced me and I kept taking photos of it. (Is it larkspur?)

 It was deliciously cool in there and the air smelled like the blossoms we were surrounded by.

They also have a lovely lawn with pathways if you're interested in a stroll.


Hydrangea bliss.


At the end of one of these pathways I found some picnic benches near several raised beds of herbs. Lavender always catches my eye.



These gorgeous lilies were taller than me. But as my friend sarcastically put it, "that doesn't take much."
Tis true.



 And they have a spectacular collection of roses.


You can buy plants of all kinds, yard decor, baked goods, seasonal produce, assorted packaged local foods like sauces and canned goods. If that doesn't tempt you they have play structures and a petting zoo for the kiddos. They also host seasonal events like a pumpkin patch, corn maze, hay fort, etc. And during the summer they have classes that include canning and preserving.

You can visit their website here.

If you're in this part of Oregon I highly recommend stopping by.

Be sure to visit Little Red House to see all the beautiful mosaics!

Also check out Centsational Girl's garden link up.

6 comments:

Jann Olson said...

Gorgeous blooms and beautiful pictures! Visiting from Mosiac Monday. I would love to know where in Oregon this is. Sounds like you had a wonderful time with your friend. I'm not very tall myself. The blooms I would say are either Larkspur of delphiniums.
I love both.

eileeninmd said...

Looks like a lovely place to visit. The blooms are all gorgeous. Wonderful photos and mosaic, have a great week!

My garden haven said...

Definitely a place I would stop by and enjoy spending the day there.
Rosie

Shirley said...

I LOVE garden tours and touring greenhouses! Looks like a superb locale to while away an afternoon.

GrandmaK said...

Really beautiful!!! Must have been a wonderful day! Wishing you a grand week! Cathy

Niki Hudson said...

Amazing photos! I especially love the hydrangea. Gorgeous! So happy I stopped by. Your blog is a visual treat, for sure :)