We tend to focus on the common crops we all tend to enjoy. While providing long harvest windows, staggered varieties, and consistency within.
CSA’s are known for introducing members to new things. Trying obscure items they may not have tried on their own, or promoting uncommon vegetables. We do offer this, but also do our best to not inundate you with them. We aim to provide as much choice with in these areas.
Cucumbers, Summer Squashes (Zucchini), Melons, Greens (Kale’s, Collards, Swiss Chard), Salad Greens, (Spinach, Lettuces, Arugula) Peppers, Eggplant, Alliums (Onions, Garlic, Leeks, Scallions), Tomatoes, Herbs, Winter Squash (Butternut, Acorn, Kabocha), Broccoli, Cabbages (Red, Green, Napa, Chinese) Sweet Potatoes, Root crops (Carrots, Beets, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes) and much more.
I.E. – Lettuces generally equals Romaine, Red Butter, Bibb, Red and Green Oak leaf, Red & Green Leaf, Summer Crisps x 4 varieties. Thus Lettuce is available almost every week with a new tasty variety.
I.E. Tomatoes generally equals Cherry Tomatoes x 4-5 types, Heirloom Tomatoes, Roma Tomatoes, Classic Round Slicing Tomatoes, Pear & Grape Tomatoes, Canning Tomatoes and more.
I.E. Tomatoes usually get planted in 4-6 different intervals with the timing staggered so the variety is plentiful and the harvest window lengthened. The same goes with Peppers, Melons, Cucumbers, Greens, Squashes, Onions etc.