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What we grow:

  • Arugula

  • Basil

  • Green beans

  • Beets

  • Baby Bok Choi

  • Broccolini

  • Brussel Sprouts

  • Cabbage

  • Carrots

  • Cauliflower

  • Celery

  • Rainbow Chard

  • Herbs

  • Cucumbers

  • Eggplant

  • Fennel

  • Garlic - Scapes, green garlic and cured garlic

  • Ground Cherries (farmers' favorite!)

  • Heirloom Garlic varieties

  • Dino Kale

  • Lettuce - mixed varieties

  • Baby lettuce – mixed varieties

  • Green Onions

  • Peas – Sugar Snap

  • Pea vines

  • Peppers - shishito, poblano, jalapeno and habanero

  • Radishes- french breakfast, red cherry, purple beauty and watermelon

  • Radicchio

  • Spicy Mixed baby greens

  • Spinach

  • Summer Squash – green zucchini and patty pan

  • Sweet Corn

  • Tomatoes – both heirloom and sauce varieties

  • Tomatoes – Sungold (orange cherry)

  • Tomatoes - Saucy ones

  • Turnips – Japanese salad turnips 

  • Winter squash – Delicata, pie pumpkins, kubocha, butternut

  • Flowers-we grow over 20 varieties of flowers for mixed bouquets. 

How we grow:

Built the end walls and planted some see

We are a small team of women managing a 5 acre farm so we try to be as efficient as possible. We are lucky to be growing in such fantastic soil and we want to continue farming sustainably. 

Most of our work is done by hand or with efficient hand tools, we're growing food with love from seed to harvest. 

Thought we are not certified Organic, we hold ourselves to a high standard of growing practices. We try to be as sustainable as possible. We practice a minimal till method of cultivation to keep our soil structure healthy. We start all our own seeds, we amend our soils with compost, organic fertilizer and lime for pH, and we use cover crops to prevent erosion and to reduce weeds.

Our neighbor Cathy's goats, they help us by eatig the ugly or pest damaged produce.

We try to reduce waste wherever we can. Our neighbors have been receiving pest damaged and imperfect produce scraps from us. We've always got more! Please contact us if you'd like to stop by and pick up a bucket of veggie scraps for your backyard chickens or goats! (May - November)

Happy soils make for healthy vegetables. We never spray harmful chemicals or any synthetic fertilizers on our vegetables or flowers. 

Happy earth day! I found a huge worm in
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