What Do We Grow?

We grow a broad range of garden vegetables.  Each year’s a little different.  Some things succeed wonderfully — one year is the year of the Eggplant and Tomato, another the year of the Superabundant Salad Greens.  Some things fail — 2015 was nearly the Year Without a Pumpkin.  We always give a range of produce at each week’s distribution, and every season is a bit of an adventure.Raspberries

Here’s our growing list for the seasons.

 

Spring (late May — mid-July)

 

Broccoli

Broccoli Raab

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Kale

Kohlrabi

Bok Choy

Swiss Chard

Collards

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Beets

Salad Turnips

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Spinach

Arugula

 

Baby Greens

Lettuce

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Summer (mid-July — early October)

 

Potatoes

Tomatoes

Cherry Tomatoes

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Ground Cherries

Eggplant

Peppers

Hot Peppers

Okra

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Summer Squash and Zucchini

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Roots and Greens (like Spring, but less)

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Green Beans

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Fall (mid-September — mid-November)

 

Greens (like spring, with more kale and salad greens, less broccoli and cabbage)

Roots (like spring)

Daikon Radishes

Watermelon Radishes

CarrotsBeets and Turnips

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Winter Squash

Pumpkins

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