2018 PRODUCTS

Learn about what we grow and then sign up for our boxes in the store. Or, go to the contact page to ask a question. Know that we do our best to keep this list maintained but weather and growing conditions may change what's available.

Like any farmer, we're always trying new things. This year we're also going to plant celery, eggplant, and spinach.

Apple Cider
Apple Cider

Heirloom and new varieties. Some heirloom trees almost as old as the house.

Basil
Basil

Thai, Italian large leaf, red genovese, and lemon basils.

Beets
Beets

Variety of colorful and flavorful types. Our beet tops are delicious steamed.

Broccoli
Broccoli

Crisp, sweet broccoli and broccolini love the climate.

Corn
Corn

Bicolor corn is picked the morning we deliver so it's as fresh as possible.

Cucumbers
Cucumbers

Lots of varieties from lemon to 16" English cukes.

Beans
Beans

Yellow wax, snap beans as long as 12" and French fillets.

Kohlrabi
Kohlrabi

Crunchy goodness for salads.

Lettuces
Lettuces

Lots of varieties from romaine to butter and oak cross.

Summer melons
Summer melons

We grow as many as 10 different varieties of melons.

Onions
Onions

Walla Walla sweet and purple bunching onions.

Peas
Peas

Snow, snap, shelling and purple snow peas.

Pears
Pears

Orcas, Bartlett, large with red blush

Peppers
Peppers

18 varieties from hot to mild and sweet.

Potatoes
Potatoes

Fingerling and standard types.

Pumpkin
Pumpkin

Carving and pie varieties.

Radishes
Radishes

Variety of colors and flavors

Strawberries
Strawberries

Hood and Honeoye; really sweet and aromatic.

Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard

Magnificent color and full-flavored greens.

Tomatoes
Tomatoes

Heirloom and modern varieties, from beefsteak to San Marzano, are grown both in the greenhouse and the field.

Tomatillos
Tomatillos

Zesty lemon-like flavor in this oversized tomatillos.

Kale
Kale

Several colors, textures and flavors are grown in a protected shelter so they remain tender.

Summer Squash
Summer Squash

We pick it young so it's tender. Several varieties.

Brussels sprouts
Brussels sprouts

Full of flavor and fresh as we get late in the growing season.

Cabbage
Cabbage

Red, mini pointed and savoy cabbages.

Radicchio
Radicchio

Beautiful Treviso makes a wonderful addition to a salad. Thanks to Osborne Seeds for the photo.

Winter squash
Winter squash

Mini hubbard, vegetable, kabocha, acorn and delicata.

Rhubarb
Rhubarb

Sweet, tangy sign of coming summer days. Photo credit: Iowa_spirit_walker on Visualhunt/ CC BY

We take every precaution to make sure the food we deliver is free of disease. However, bacteria is a natural part of the environment and can continue to grow even after harvest. We may rinse our produce lightly as we bring it in from the field but you need to thoroughly wash all foods before eating.