And we’re so excited!! We have a NEW NAME and a fresh approach to making our great, chemical free, heirloom veggies available to you all.
It’s been a great start in the garden, both in spite of AND because of our quirky spring weather. Take a look at the garden as it is toward the end of April:
Spring greens are beautiful and delicious – thanks to our cooler-than-average weather. We’ll have Swiss Chard, Kale, Lettuces, Bloomsdale Spinach, Mustard, and Arugula. You couldn’t ask for a sweeter, more flavorful salad mix, along with some new heirloom varieties of radish – both mild and spicy – to give it some zip.
We expect some of the cool-season crops (like cabbage and kohlrabi) to continue to mature and be available later in the spring.
New potatoes including Purple Viking and fingerlings should be ready, along with onions from the fall planting. Turnips with beautiful greens, and Chiogga and golden beets.
Find out what other unique veggies will be available later on our “Is It Ready Yet?” page.
We are being encouraged by friends and customers to consider developing a Community Sponsored Agriculture (CSA) program that would allow customers to subscribe to a ‘share’ in whatever the garden is producing and be assured of a box/bag of mixed, fresh, local veggies every week.
We’re just testing the waters to see how much interest there is among our customers. If you are interested, just respond to the quick survey below. We’ll post follow-up information here and have more available at the Farmer’s Market on Saturday, May 4. And please share the poll with local friends and family who might be interested.
If we go for it, the CSA will likely start with our June harvests. Many thanks for your encouragement! Looking forward to seeing you all on May 4!