Flood Line Farms

Flood Line Farms Fresh garden grown produce, quality outdoor decorations, canning, art and the occasional gardening tip etc. stop by and see for yourself :)
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Operating as usual

Halloween is just around the corner, come on by and get a new ride. Many models to choose from!
08/14/2021

Halloween is just around the corner, come on by and get a new ride. Many models to choose from!

Halloween is just around the corner, come on by and get a new ride. Many models to choose from!

08/08/2021

Just sold out of banana peppers for the day.

Great morning here at the farm open soon.
08/08/2021

Great morning here at the farm open soon.

Great morning here at the farm open soon.

How To Clone Tomato Plants From Cuttings
08/04/2021
How To Clone Tomato Plants From Cuttings

How To Clone Tomato Plants From Cuttings

Tomato plants are pretty darn cool in that they can grow new roots anywhere along their stem. If youโ€™ve ever seen the knobby little bumps growing towards the bottom of your stems, these are just

08/01/2021

Busy day here, prepping for greenhouse build for next weekend. Stop by and get some eggs, and peppers.

Tomatoes almost ready! Open today eggs, peppers, and a few tomatoes.
07/25/2021

Tomatoes almost ready! Open today eggs, peppers, and a few tomatoes.

Working on the new greenhouse structure today. We have few peppers and tomatoes. Also eggs stop on by.
07/24/2021

Working on the new greenhouse structure today. We have few peppers and tomatoes. Also eggs stop on by.

Working on the new greenhouse structure today. We have few peppers and tomatoes. Also eggs stop on by.

Moving the mighty ducks today to outdoor temporary enclosure. Don't think the turkeys like this at all.๐Ÿค”
07/18/2021

Moving the mighty ducks today to outdoor temporary enclosure. Don't think the turkeys like this at all.๐Ÿค”

Wonderful morning here on the farm! A little tip it will be canning season soon.
07/11/2021

Wonderful morning here on the farm! A little tip it will be canning season soon.

Wonderful morning here on the farm! A little tip it will be canning season soon.

We will be open today 10 to 4
07/04/2021

We will be open today 10 to 4

We will be open today 10 to 4

Have a safe holiday.
07/04/2021

Have a safe holiday.

Have a safe holiday.

Another one up!!! Just a hour to do main structure.
06/27/2021

Another one up!!! Just a hour to do main structure.

Another one up!!! Just a hour to do main structure.

Just got done picking eggs.
06/23/2021

Just got done picking eggs.

Just got done picking eggs.

Dinner tonight fresh from the greenhouse.
06/22/2021

Dinner tonight fresh from the greenhouse.

Dinner tonight fresh from the greenhouse.

Father's day egg special 2 doz. for $5. While supplies last!
06/19/2021

Father's day egg special 2 doz. for $5. While supplies last!

Father's day egg special 2 doz. for $5. While supplies last!

Our project today 21 by 30 poly-tex structure done in a few hrs. Neighbors and friends helping.
06/19/2021

Our project today 21 by 30 poly-tex structure done in a few hrs. Neighbors and friends helping.

Our project today 21 by 30 poly-tex structure done in a few hrs. Neighbors and friends helping.

06/13/2021

A good look at the new greenhouse!

Beautiful morning here, open at 10am. Stop on by and say hi.
06/13/2021

Beautiful morning here, open at 10am. Stop on by and say hi.

Beautiful morning here, open at 10am. Stop on by and say hi.

Closing soon see everyone tommorow.
06/12/2021

Closing soon see everyone tommorow.

Closing soon see everyone tommorow.

Guess what is happening here!!!
06/06/2021

Guess what is happening here!!!

Guess what is happening here!!!

Busy couple of weeks here, getting ready to harvest rhubarb. $1 per pound
05/31/2021

Busy couple of weeks here, getting ready to harvest rhubarb. $1 per pound

Busy couple of weeks here, getting ready to harvest rhubarb. $1 per pound

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05/19/2021

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Photos from Teacher Collection's post
05/19/2021

Photos from Teacher Collection's post

05/13/2021

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๐ŸŒผ๐Ÿ’› Hello, I'm a dandelion.
A lot of people call me a w**d but I'm a friend and come to help you!
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When you see me, remember that I'm the ONLY one who wants and can grow in that particular spot. Because:
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Either the soil is too compact / hard / stomped and I want to loosen it for you with my roots.
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Or there is too little calcium in the soil - don't worry, I will replenish that for you with the dying of my leaves.
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Or the soil is too acidic. But I will also improve that for you if you give me the chance.
Or a mixture of the above reasons, of course. ๐Ÿ˜Š
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I'm here because your soil needs my help so best you let me grow without disturbing me! When everything is fixed, I will disappear again, I promise!
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Are you trying to remove me prematurely with my root? However meticulous you are, I will return 2x as strong! Just until your soil is improved.
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You can even tell by my growth at which stage my help is at. If my leaves are flat on the ground then I'm far from ready but if they all reach up then I'm already a long way on my way.
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Something completely different is that I am 1 of the first bloomers in spring so I will announce spring / summer for you.
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During the day when it's hot, I open my flowers but in the evening when it cools off I close them again quickly. In fact, if it's not hot enough during the day I won't open them at all!
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My flowers are the first food for insects after hibernation and unlike most other plants, I have pollen AND nectar, not merely one OR the other! And I am generous with them! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ˜‰
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My flowers are even delicious for you people by the way, did you know? I used to be called โ€ฒโ€ฒhoney (or gold) of the poorโ€ฒโ€ฒ because my flowers are so sweet in e.g. jam, sauce or salad! The internet is full of recipes - check them out.
But wait until the end of May or later before you start picking and even then, don't pick everything yet! The biodiversity and bees will be very grateful!

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Paula Kok - De Boer

We will be closed for the next 6 days!
05/12/2021

We will be closed for the next 6 days!

We will be closed for the next 6 days!

Photos from Checkmate Boujee Bantams's post
05/11/2021

Photos from Checkmate Boujee Bantams's post

Raised beds finally full tomatoes going in!
05/09/2021

Raised beds finally full tomatoes going in!

Timeline Photos
05/06/2021

Timeline Photos

Why should we be concerned about zebra and quagga mussels?

They grow and reproduce quickly. A single female mussel can produce up to one million eggs a year. Even if only ten percent of the offspring survive, there would be 10 septillion mussels in the waterway at the end of five years!

They clog water infrastructure, impacting water supply and quality. Zebra and quagga mussels can attach via byssal threads to hard surfaces. They clog intake pipes and trash screens, canals, aqueducts, and damsโ€”disrupting water supplies to homes, farms, factories, and power plants.

They have recreational impacts. These mussels encrust docks and boats. Small mussels can get into engine cooling systems causing overheating and damage. Increased hull and motor fouling will result in increased maintenance and operating costs on watercraft moored for long periods of time. Zebra and quagga mussels also impact fish populations and reduce sport-fishing opportunities. Their sharp shells can cut the feet of unsuspecting swimmers and beach goers.

They have substantial economic impacts. Estimated annual costs for mussel control in western states are $1 million per large hydropower facility and $40,000 per municipal water supply system.

They spread quickly to other water bodies. Mussels can spread to other bodies of water by attaching to watercraft hulls, anchors, trailers and fishing equipment. They can live up to 30 days out of the water. Larvae can be transported in bilge water, ballast water, and live-wells.

The Crooked Creek AIS station will be open on May 21st.

Please Remember: Clean, Drain, Dry

Photo of Zebra mussels clogging a water pipe.

04/29/2021

...looked good enough to eat, so...I did ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ

Looks good enough to eat
04/29/2021

Looks good enough to eat

Look at that! 24 hours difference ๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„
04/26/2021

Look at that! 24 hours difference
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Free nose rings today and today only ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ”
04/25/2021

Free nose rings today and today only ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ”

04/24/2021

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1804 Wilkins Road
Laurel, MT
59044

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 5pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 5pm
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 12pm - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm

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OUR STORY

Established in 1996, with the planting of Asparagus. We now have branched out into a wider range of produce, also making wooden outdoor crafts from reclaimed materials.

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