All the veggies we grow (work in progress)

This page is a work in progress. We’re working on uploading our library of veggie images and descriptions.

  • Butternut Squash

    Butternut Squash

    Butternut squash Butternut squash is considered a “winter” or hard squash. Unlike it’s botanical cousin, the zucchini, butternut squash can store for months without refrigeration and is traditionally harvested at the end of the northern growing season (hence, “winter”). Nutritionally, butternut is high in fiber, lutein (good for your eyes), and potassium. The skin willContinue reading “Butternut Squash”

  • Cabbage


    Cabbage is a nutrient powerhouse, offering fiber, vitamins A, C, K, B6, folate, potassium, manganese, thiamin, calcium, iron and magnesium. A wonderful quality of cabbage is that it is long-storing and can be kept in your refrigerator for up to six weeks (best techniques found in our Veggie Storage Guide), if you can’t tackle it all inContinue reading “Cabbage”

  • Cauliflower


    Cauliflower, a cousin of kale, choi, and arugula, is in the brassica family so it shares similar nutrient qualities such as 100% of your daily vitamin C, antioxidants, vitamin K, calcium, potassium, magnesium and fiber. We grow many types, some classic shaped green or white and some spiral shaped and green (romanesco). They can all be preparedContinue reading “Cauliflower”

  • Chard


    The beauty queen of veggies! A great source of folate, zinc and thiamine. Chard is a delicate green, if you’ve never cooked with it, just add it to the end of any recipe, the stems can go in a minute earlier than the leaves. It’s amazing in a curry, soup or salad. If you’re feelingContinue reading “Chard”

  • Collard Greens

    Collard Greens

    Collard greens are a staple of southern cooking and are the whole package! They are full of healthy protein, three times a daily serving of vitamin A, ten times a daily serving of vitamin K, and even has omega-3 and 6. It’s a power house green and is delicious to boot. Never tried these gorgeousContinue reading “Collard Greens”

  • Parsley


    Often overlooked – freshly harvested, organic parsley is a delicious herb. We chop up and place in a container in the fridge for use later on eggs in the morning or on fish at dinner time. If you like to juice, fresh parsley is an awesome addition to juice. You can make a delicious pesto with itContinue reading “Parsley”

  • Spinach


    A beautiful winter green, spinach is one of our most requested leafy greens at the market. It is native to Asia and a cousin of beets and chard. Folks love it for its sweet and tender leaves, especially when harvested fresh. It’s wonderful in a simple preparation of juice, addition to sandwiches, or cooked. Its nutrientsContinue reading “Spinach”

  • Turmeric


    This golden root grows from a tropical broad leaf plant that looks a little like banana leaf and grows 4-6′ tall. Turmeric is in the ginger family and native to southeast Asia, which means our climate and similar altitude is perfect for this tropical beauty, which we plant in May and harvest beginning in October.Continue reading “Turmeric”

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