Produce

As the growing season starts, produce variety is limited. As the season continues variety and bounty increase, once again becoming limited towards the end of the season. This, of course, is due to our relatively short growing season.

Each year we look for feedback from our customers, what you like and dislike, what you would like to see more of, or be offered more of at markets or CSA.

We also try to grow specialty crops, and have been increasingly more interested in the heirloom varieties of crops such as potatoes, tomatoes and carrots.

Over the last few years we have been able to put up a number of hoop houses (greenhouses over the field, with crops growing directly in the soil) which will aide us in expanding our growing season, and allow us to control the crop’s climate a little better.

Crops by Season

Spring: May to early JuneSummer: mid-July to Labor DayLate Summer and Fall:
ArugulaBeansBeans
AsparagusBeetsBeets
BeetsBlueberriesBroccoli
BroccoliBroccoliBrussels Sprouts
Garlic scapesCabbageCabbage
Green garlicCantelope and other melonsCarrots
Greens (Swiss Chard, Collards, Kale, Bok Choi)CarrotsCauliflower
Herbs (Chives, Parsley, Dill, Mint, Sage)CauliflowerCilantro
Japanese TurnipsCornDiakon
LettuceCucumbersEggplant
Micro Greens (Baby bok Choi, Mizuna, Tatsoi)EggplantHerbs
PeasFennelLeeks
RadishesGarlicLettuce
ScallionsHerbsMixed Greens
SpinachLettuceOnions
StrawberriesMixed Greens (Kale, Collards, Chard)Potatoes
OnionsPumpkins
PeppersShallots
TomatoesSpinach
Summer Squash and ZucchiniSweet Potatoes
Tomatoes
Turnips
Watermelon
Winter Squash