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Fall Schedule

As the summer growing season winds down so will our hours at the Farm and the Farmer's Market. We will be full-time at both locations through the rest of September. The last outdoor Farmer's Market is Saturday, October 5th. Beginning October 1st, we will move to Fall Farm Hours of Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10am-6pm. This will be definitely through October and then depending on the weather and product availability we will decide hours going forward.

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Zucchini

Oh boy it's back! This is just ONE DAY of zucchini harvest! This is always a good growing veggie but this year has been great! So if you missed the tons we had the first time around, this is your chance to pick it up now. Let the flavors of summer last into the Fall! Think maybe you're done with zucchini ideas for the year? Well you can freeze it to have throughout the winter! Check out this for how to freeze and recipes for how to use it for baking!


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Sugar Snap Peas

Sugar snap peas are ready to pick! So sweet and juicy they are a great last fresh reminder of summer. For your last salads and barbecues and with ranch dressing for school lunches, these are perfect. But, if you want to have them for soups and stews all winter long, you can buy a bunch for freezing! Here is the best way to freeze them without having to blanch them.


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Snow Peas

Snow peas are making an encore appearance on the Farm. They are such a great addition to salads and stir fries. But they can work with any protein or an all vegetable dish. They are that versatile. For a bunch of great new ways to use snow peas, check out these great recipes!


What’s New: Zucchini
Sugar Snap Peas
Snow Peas
Magda/Koosa Squash

What’s Now: $5 Cut Flower Bouquets
Celery
Carrots (limited quantities)
Ugly Fruit Bell Peppers
Bell Peppers
Picnic Peppers
Italian Sweet Peppers
Yardlong Beans
Bitter Melon
Green Onions
Spaghetti Squash
Eggplant
Tomatoes
Green Beans
Okra
Collard Greens
Hot Peppers (four varieties)
Onions-Red, Yellow & Walla Walla
Swiss Chard
Celosia
Zinnias and other flowers
Kale-Three Varieties

Herbs: Basil, Chives, Italian Parsley, Oregano,
Sage, Sorrel, Lemon Balm
Spearmint, Peppermint

What’s Coming: Brussels Sprouts
Sweet Potatoes
Leaf Lettuce
Spinach
Radishes
Yellow Zucchini