What We Grow

Kaleidoscope is a small organic farm located on Bainbridge Island, WA. Using companion planting and components of permaculture, we grow a wide variety of seasonal fruits, vegetables and flowers, while folcusing on the health and vitality of our soil.

Arugula, Mesclun mix, Head Lettuce, Carrots, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Leeks, Peas, Celery, Cucumbers, Summer/Winter Squash, Broccoli, Kale, Chard, Beets, Peppers, Collards, Cauliflower, Potatoes, Garlic, Onion, Beans, Basil, Parsley, Dill, Oregano, Sage

Bunny Tails, Globe Amaranth, China Aster, Burgundy Amaranth, Starflower, Zinias, Cosmos, Calendula, Celosia, Sunball, Bells of Ireland, Bee Balm, Soapwart, Black Eyed Susan, Queen Anne's Lace, Yarrow, Eucalyptus

Where to buy

The Kaleidoscope CSA operates June through October. In addition, we stock a walk-up farmstand off of Madison Ave NE (across the street from the Blueberry Farm).

Vegetable CSA 2019 | 20 weeks // $700
( $35 per week )
June 19 - October 30th
Pick-up Wednesday 4-7pm at Madison Rd Farmstand
Consists of 7-8 vegetables/herbs
*We are offering CSA delivery upon request, additional $5 per week*

Follow us on social media for updates as to when our farmstand will be open.

Who we are

Kaleidoscope Farm is located on Bainbridge Island in the pacific northwest. It's close proximity to the puget sound provides optimal growing conditions for vegetables, fruits and ornamental flowers. Kaleidoscope is farmed by Heidi Urish and Abby Smith. Brought together through their children and a love of farming, they decided their farming aspirations would be more affective (and fun) if they collaborated.

Currently, the farm consists of two properties. The first of which originated as a field of invasive blackberries and scotchbroom. Heidi and her husband Matt began clearing and shaping this land five years ago to fulfill a dream of growing organic, healthy food to sustain their family and share with the community. It is here that they started Kaleidoscope Farm in 2013. The second property is owned by Abby and her family and was originally part of the historic Koura family strawberry farm. In the fall of 2017, both Heidi and Abby began tilling up new soil in preparation for the farms expansion.

The mission of Kaleidoscope farm is to provide the Bainbridge Island community with the freshest local, organically grown produce. The farm is rooted in permaculture design, using ecologically sound and sustainable growing practices that include crop rotation, cover crops and companion planting. Our guiding principles are to take care of the earth, care for the people, and return the surplus. The farm is constantly thinking of innovative ways to balance land use and production, with beautification and regeneration.

The farm currently sells vegetables and flowers through a CSA and at two roadside farm stands located mid-island, on Bainbridge. The farmstand hours of operation can be found through our Facebook or Instagram pages. If you are a restaurant, local chef, or other business interested in fine produce and/or flowers, we would love to connect with you.

Abby & Heidi