What does your farm grow

This list is partial and somewhat seasonal.  We specialize in tomatoes (cherry, beefsteak, heirloom varieties), cucumbers and mini-melons.  We grow apples, artichokes, basil, beans, beets, blackberries, broccoli, cauliflower, chard, peppers, eggplant, kohlrabi, summer squash, winter squash, melons, greens, garlic, onions, leeks, shallots, okra, peaches, pears, plums, potatoes, pumpkins, rhubarb, spinach, turnips, tomatillos. 

We have recently started producing a limited amount of cut flowers and will soon be bringing raspberries, strawberries & asparagus to markets.  Future products may include: wholesome prepared foods through our commercial kitchen, farm-raised tilapia and/or freshwater shrimp.

2 thoughts on “What does your farm grow

  1. Hello,

    I live in CV and I have two raised garden beds that have nothing but garlic growing. The greens are about 6″ long. Do I need to trim them back or let them be. When will my garlic be ready? I planted it in Nov. I believe.
    I need to grow more than just garlic… as you know we may not be able to purchase food soon… please advise. What can I plant now. I just checked my garlic and there is room in the northern most raised bed.
    Thanks,
    Marie Snow

    • Hi, Marie–there is no need to trim your garlic. If it produces scapes, which is like a seed pod on a long stem, you should cut those off so they don’t drain energy from garlic itself. The stems and seed pods are delicious, and can be used in anything that calls for garlic. The flavor is a little milder than the cloves will be.

      You can plant most greens, all crucifers except Brussels sprouts, onion sets/seeds and root crops except potatoes–all the cold weather stuff.

      Keep in touch if you need more info!

      Mike

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