We work with a wide range of clientele from homeowners to business owners to school administration and property managers. Below are a few comments from just a few of our happy customers:
“I truly enjoy working with all the people from Seattle Urban Farm
Company. They are flexible, knowledgeable, encouraging, and
educational. They made our organic vegetable garden the best part of
our yard. SUFC helps make growing healthy, tasty, organic food so much
fun. It wouldn’t be the same without them.” -Tamara
“I tried for several years to make a garden grow, to be able to eat our own food. Things always went wrong and it was a mess.
A new strategy this year–try the Seattle Urban Farmer.
A garden crew came early this year during a dry spell and improved the layout and dug some amendments into the soil.
Later Hilary began to come here to plant starts and seeds. She has returned several times for maintenance. Now the garden looks great – the vegetable kingdom is in my backyard. We are eating fresh vegetables and barely staying ahead of the green and leafy things.” -John
“Seattle Urban Farm Company recently built and installed nine raised beds for our garden on Phinney Ridge. In what seemed like no time at all, they removed our existing sod, constructed nine attractive, well-designed beds, filled the beds with organic planting material, filled the space between the beds with cedar chips, and when finished, cleaned up remarkably thoroughly. Throughout the whole process, we found Colin and his crew to be professional, considerate, efficient, flexible and good-humored. The final cost conformed to the original estimate and the project was completed on schedule. Seattle Urban Farm Company took our boring front lawn and turned it into an attractive and extremely usable growing space. We are already reaping the benefits of their efforts in the form of healthy pea, asparagus, cucumber, lettuce, kale, tomato and herb plants, with plenty of room left for more planting. We could not be happier with the work done by Seattle Urban Farm Company.” -Richard and Karen
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