Painted for us by Sonja Lokensgard (and Rosemary!)
The Walter Hole is a rare breed of avocado with distinct purple-black skin. Its short growing season makes it possible to harvest after only six months.
A typical sunrise at Bobcat Ridge.
Morning in the lower garden.
This raw chocolate-avocado pie is a farm favorite. Ripe avocado enhances the depth and flavor of the dark chocolate, giving each bite a creamy richness, and leaving behind all of the bad cholesterol found in pies heavy with eggs and trans fats.
Hass avocados are the ideal for guacamole: tasty, creamy, and reliable. At Bobcat Ridge, our Hass avocados are available throughout the year - never refrigerated, always fresh.
Freshly harvested Lamb-Hass avocados are ready to ripen. These avocados are similar to the popular Hass variety and are renowned for their rapid growth and large fruit.
Kale, lettuce, artichoke, and a fig tree grow in the upper garden.
Large, round, and delicious, Reed avocados stay fresh long after being cut open. Use them on sandwiches or pack them in lunch boxes for fresh fruit throughout the day.
The road leading to Bobcat Ridge.
View from the picnic table.
A place to rest in the lower garden.
Avocado trees like to be watered on their leaves. Here, a wwoofer spends the morning watering the orchard.
Hass avocados after a morning rain.
Marley the farm cat surveys the upper garden on a sunny afternoon.
View from the avocado orchard.