What's In a Share
What's In A Share?
We grow quite the variety of vegetables as well as some melons. We aim to provide many of the desired staple crops, and also love introducing exciting new vegetables to members. We try to offer a strong variety each week, and vegetables will come and go as the seasons change. Eating seasonally and locally means eating with the natural rhythms of the farm and accepting what each season brings.
Here's an estimated sample list of our seasonal harvest. Keep in mind that the season is entirely dependent upon some uncontrollable conditions like weather and pest and disease pressure. Sometimes things just don’t go as anticipated despite planning and hard work. The great thing about a diversified farm is that usually unfavorable conditions for one crop are favorable to another.
Late Spring/Early Summer
arugula, pea shoots, beets, cabbage, carrots, celery, cilantro, fennel, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, lettuce mix, radicchio, spinach, salad radishes, salad turnips, swiss chard, bunching onions, peas, garlic scapes
beets, garlic, carrots, cucumbers, green beans, shishito peppers, pea shoots, eggplant, fennel, lettuce, melons, kale, leeks, onions, sweet peppers, poblano peppers, parsley, potatoes, summer squash and zucchini, swiss chard, heirloom tomatoes, slicing tomatoes, cherry tomatoes
***PLEASE NOTE*** We do not guarantee that you will get any specific number of items or any particular vegetable in any particular share during the season.