What produce is available throughout the season?
We grow many vegetables, fruits, and herbs at our farm*.
In early June, we should have beets, chard, green onions, kale, mustard greens, salad mix, shelling peas, spinach, strawberries, and hakurei turnips available.
By late June, this list is expanded by carrots, snow and snap peas, basil, collards, dill, parsley, and Japanese turnips.
By mid July, we will have also have beans, cucumbers, garlic, raspberries, tomatoes, potatoes, and zucchini to bring additional variety to the box. We are hoping to offer blueberries, tayberries, and boysenberries this year as well. By this time, we should also have plenty of cut flowers available for people who would like to add fresh flowers to their box.
By early August, most vegetables are in peak production, while some may have gone out of season (such as snap and shelling peas and spinach). The greenhouse will start producing its first ripe eggplants and peppers.
In September, the garden is still in full production mode – there is a wide selection of vegetables available, as well as strawberries and raspberries.
By the middle of October, we will have braising greens, salad mix, kale, beets, carrots, chard, collards, eggplant, hakurei turnips, peppers, tomatoes, garlic, green onions, pumpkins, leek, different types of winter squash, potatoes, parsley, and, for those who are interested, fall flowers.