About LeMera Gardens
Wholesale Oregon Organic Flower Farm
Joan has been farming fresh cut flowers in Southern Oregon’s Rogue River Valley since 1992. She was born and raised in Santiago, Chile where flowers come in huge bundles, small posies, and fresh abundance.
In 2001 Le Mera Gardens and Fry Family Farms joined their worlds of flower farming, and have settled into growing and harvesting an ever expanding array of specialty cut flowers on 10 acres of open fields and greenhouses. Le Mera Gardens is featured in the groundbreaking book The 50 Mile Bouquet and is a proud charter member of the Slow Flowers movement celebrating American-grown local flowers.
of author and professor of horticulture Dr. Allan M. Armitage
(Specialty Cut Flowers, Allan M. Armitage & Judy M. Laushman).
Le Mera Gardens is a charter member of Thrive
(home of the Rogue Flavor Trademark), and is an online member of Local Harvest
Joan’s two daughters, Camila and Isabella, spent their childhood summers seeking shade from 90-100ºF weather on the flower farm. Her husband Dan has been known to moonlight carrying flats of plants, and to provide Le Mera Gardens with many an odd shaped metal structure generously built by Medford Fabrication
, his family’s metal fabrication business.
Our fields, season extending hoop houses, and propagation greenhouses are located in Talent, Phoenix and northwest Medford. All are managed and cultivated under Oregon Tilth Certified Organic, Bee Friendly and Salmon Safe farming practices.
We employ dozens of women and men who live in our immediate communities. They seed, transplant, cultivate and harvest our flowers year after year.
Le Mera Gardens is grateful for the loyal patronage of its Rogue Valley customers
, most especially of its area florists
and bridal parties. Their support allows us to manage, preserve and protect our Valley’s beautiful agricultural lands.