What We Grow

What you can expect at our farm stand and in our CSA bags:

Filet Beans

Beets

Parsnips

Sweet Corn

Popcorn

Winter Squash

Melon

Turnips

Hot Peppers

Cucumbers

Sweet Peppers

Scallions

Kale

Summer Squash

Onions

Shallots

Brussel Sprouts

Broccoli Raab

Kohlrabi

Carrots

Eggplants

Leeks

Radishes

Husk Cherries

Tomatillos

Heirloom Tomatoes

Sweet Potatoes

Swiss Chard

Sugar Snap Peas

Fennel Bulb

Okra

Braising Greens

Collards

Pac Choi

Head Lettuce

Bib Lettuce

Greens Mix

Lettuce Mix

Cabbage

Basil

Chives

Cilantro

Pickling Dill

Dill

Epazote

Lavender

Mint

Oregano

Parsley

Rosemary

Sage

Thyme

Edible Flowers

Wild Flowers

Pumpkins

Gourds

Crop Type/Style Variety
Beans, Dry black Midnight Black Turtle
Beans, Dry early, light red Red Kidney
Beans, Dry 1/2” white kidney Cannellini
Beans, Dry 4” pods, 2′ plants Tiger Eye OG
Beans, Dry

Beans, Filet green filet Tavera OG
Beans, Filet purple filet Velour
Beans, Filet yellow filet Concador
Beans, Fresh

Beets
Red Ace OG
Beets
Touchstone Gold OG
Beets
Bull’s Blood OG
Beets
Chioggia Guardsmark OG
Beets

Broccoli Raab Spring Spring Raab
Broccoli Raab Fall Quarantina
Broccolis

Brussel Sprouts
Nautic
Brussel Sprouts

Cabbage, red
Super Red 80
Cabbage, mini c
Gonzales
Cabbage  
Carrots Late spring, summer Mokum
Carrots
Atomic Red OG
Carrots Summer and Fall Fall – Nelson (Pelleted)
Carrots
Rainbow
Carrots Summer Fall Hercules
Carrots all season, over-wintering Napoli
Carrots

Cauliflower
NOT THIS YEAR
Cauliflower

Celery
Afina Cutting Celery
Celery

Swiss Chard
Improved Rainbow Mix
Chard, Swiss

Corn, Sweet Bi-Color Luscious OG
Corn, Sweet

Cucumber Pickling Northern
Cucumber Pickling, 6” National
Cucumber Eating Sultan
Cucumber

Edemame
Butterbeans
Edemame

Eggplants Small, round, veregated Calliope
Eggplants 3-4”, slender, white Gretel
Eggplants

Fennel, Bulb
Orion
Fennel, Bulb

Barley
 
Buckwheat
Buckwheat
Corn, Grain
Painted Mountain OG
Corn, Popcorn Colored Red Beauty
Corn, Popcorn White Robust
Oats Hulless Terra Hulless Oats OG
Quinoa
 
Rye
Winter Rye
Wheat
Winter Wheat
Wheat
Spring Wheat
Grains

Arugula
Arugula OG
Claytonia thin to 3” Claytonia
Collards
Champion
Greens Mix Red Mustard, Mizuna, Tatsoi, Kale, Arugula Ovatoin Greens Mix
Greens Mix Pac Choi, Red Mustard, Mizuna, Leaf Brocolli Elegance Greens Mix
Greens Mix Red Mustard, Green Mustard, Chinese Cabbage, Pac Choi, Tat Soi Premium Greens Mix
Greens Mix Green Mustard, Red Mustard, Kale, Tatsoi, Hon Tsai Tai Braising Mix
Mache
Vit
Pac Choi
Black Summer
Radichio Spring Summer or Fall Indigo
Spinach Fall Bloomsdale OG
Spinach Bolt Resistant, Spring Tyee OG
Greens

Herbs
Basil – Genovese
Herbs
Cilantro – Calypso
Herbs
Dill, Pickling – Bouquet OG
Herbs Slow Bolting Dill – Fernleaf
Herbs
Parsley – Gigante d’Italia
Herbs

Kale avoid flea beetles—sow kale in July for Sept maturity Red Russian
Kale Lacinato Nero di Tuscana
Kale
Rainbow Lacinato OG
Kale Curly Winterbor
Kale  
Kohlrabi purple Kolibri
Kohlrabi white, mid-season Winner
Kohlrabi

Leek winter hardy Bandit
Leek thick Pandora
Leek

Lettuce Mix Summer Summer Lettuce Mix
Lettuce Mix
Freedom Lettuce Mix OG
Romaine, Green Summer Jericho OG
Deer Tongue, red
Really Red Deer Tongue OG
Bibb-Romaine Winter, Bibbish while young, romainey when older Winter Density
Lettuce  
Melon Watermelon 6-10 lb, 8” across Black Tail Mountain
Melon Orange flesh, most delicious ever, 2# Charentais
Melon Harvest when skin is yellowish orange and the fruits slip from the vines Tasty Bites
Melon Honeydew/Cantaloupe, yellow when ripes, 2-3# Arava F1 Hybrid
Melon

Onions Yellow, early, storage New York Early OG
Onions Yellow, storage Dakota Tears OG
Onions Red, storage, shaped like buttercup Rossa Di Milano
Onions Can be over-wintered Sweet Spanish, Walla Walla
Onions

Okra Open-pollinated Cajun Jewel OG
Okra

Parsnips
Andover OG
Parsnips

Hot Peppers Drying, paste Long Red Narrow Cayenne
Hot Peppers Jalapeno Conchos
Hot Peppers Open Pollinated, Early Early Jalapeno
Hot Peppers Poblano Tiburon
Peppers, Hot

Peas 5-7, Sweetest when completely filled Sugarsnap OG
Peas

Sweet Peppers Red, medium fruit, small plant, very productive Ace
Sweet Peppers Orange, medium large Gourmet
Sweet Peppers Purple ripens to red, medium plants, medium fruits Islander
Peppers, Sweet

Tomatillos
Toma Verde
Husk Cherry
Husk Chery
Physalis

Potatoes Yukon Gold
Potatoes Red Fingerling
Potatoes Blue
Potatoes Red Norland
Potatoes

Gourd
Dinosaur
Gourd
Birdhouse
Gourd
Warted Mixture
Gourd
Ten Commandments
Gourd
Wooly Bear
Flowers
Lady Bird Poppy
Pumpkin Large Jack-o Howden OG
Pumpkin Medium Baby Pam
Pumpkin Small Wee-B-Little
Pumpkin White Lumina
Pumpkin Patch Seeds

Radishes not very hot, purple out, white in Plum Purple OG
Radishes French Breakfast D’Avignon
Radishes bright red, spring, fall Rudolf
Radishes

Rutabaga
American Purple Top Rutabaga
Rutabaga

Scallions Winter Hardy—sow in Spring and Fall Evergreeen Hardy White
Scallions purple and white, bunch as scallions or as pearl onions when golfball sized Red Baron
Scallions

Shallot
Prisma
Shallot

Summer Squash Dark Green Raven
Summer Squash Patty Pan, Yellow and Greeen Flying Saucer
Summer Squash Patty Pan, Light Green Benning’s Green Tint
Summer Squash
Costata Romanesca OG
Squash, Summer

Winter Squash Resistant Early Bush Acorn Sweet Reba
Winter Squash 4-5 lb fruits Waltham Butternut
Winter Squash Kobocha, 3-4lb, 4-5 fruits/plant Black Forest Squash
Winter Squash Baby Red Hubbard, 3-4lbs Red Kuri
Winter Squash
Spaghetti
Squash, Winter

Sunchoke
PERENIAL
Sunchoke

Tomatoes IND, small, hollow, striped Schimmeig Striped Hollow OG
Tomatoes Compact IND, purple, large cherry size Indigo Rose
Tomatoes Vigorous DET, Sun-driers, can pull whole plant and dry Principe Borhese OG
Tomatoes Compact IND, DO NOT PRUNE, dark green shoulders, brownpurple skin Cherokee Purple
Tomatoes IND, paste, high yield Paste – San Marzano
Tomatoes IND Sun Gold
Tomatoes IND Paul Robeson OG
Tomatoes IND, yellow-red, med-lrg Striped German OG
Tomatoes DET, resistant to blight, 6-8oz Defiant PHR OG
Tomatoes Medium-sized, green Cherokee Green
Tomatoes

Turnips
Purple Top White Globe OG
Turnips Egg shaped, grow half out of ground, pick young, can eat raw White Egg Turnip
Turnips Good for baby roots or greens, harvest 2”, can pickle Scarlet Ohno Revival
Turnips

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