What We Grow

We have many different kinds of vegetables to sell from late summer until the snow flies. The table below shows what we grow and when it is available in alphabetical order. The dates listed in the season of each vegetable are approximate. Weather conditions each year can cause these dates to vary.

VegetableSeasonNotes
Beans Early August until mid September We have green and yellow beans. Sold in half pound clear plastic bags. If we have an abundance we also sell beans by the peck or half bushel.
Broccolia head of broccoli Early September through October Sold by the head, half bushel, or bushel.
CabbageKaitlin Cabbage Mid September through December Cabbage is sold by the head in the market and can be ordered by the bushel (50 lb. bag). We also have red cabbage sold by the head.
Cantaloupe Early August to mid September Sold individually at different prices depending on size.
Cauliflowercauliflower on a rack Early September to late October Sold by the head
Cayenne Peppers Mid August until frost Sold individually or by the pound.
Cucumbers Early August to late September Sold individually, by the peck, or by the half bushel
Dilldill plants Early August to mid September Sold individually by the stem
Green Peppers Mid August to early October Sold individully, by the half bushel, or by the bushel
Greens Late August through October We have collard and mustard greens sold by the pound.
Gourds (and other fall decorations) Mid September to early November Sold individually
Hungarian Peppers Mid August to early October Our Hungarian peppers are a sweet banana type that is not hot. They are sold individually, by the half bushel, or by the bushel.
Jalepeno Peppers When the market opens in early August through early October Sold individually, by the pound, or by the half bushel.
Kale Late August until November Sold by the pound.
Lettuce Early September to early October Sold by the head or in salad mix trays
Napa Cabbage Early September to mid November Napa (Chinese) cabbage is sold by the head or in 50 pound boxes.
Okra Early August to mid September Sold in pint boxes
OnionsRed and yellow onions Mid August to mid October Sold by the pound. Our onions are a sweet variety similar to Walla Walla.
Pickling Cucumberspickles in a basket Early August until late September Sold individually, by the peck, or by the half bushel.
Potatoes Early August to mid October We have red and yellow potatoes and they are sold in quart boxes
Pumpkins We usually begin bringing pumpkins up for sale at the market by the third week of September. At the market each pumpkin is priced according to size. We also have pie pumpkins and white pumpkins for sale at the market. In October we have a pick your own pumpkin patch. We sell pumpkins by the bin (about 45 pumpkins) at wholesale prices if they are picked up at the farm.
SquashSquash in a bin Squash is available from mid September through November or while supplies last. We grow Acorn, Butternut, Buttercup, Dumpling, and Hubbard varieties. Squash is sold by the pound, by the bushel, or by the half bushel.
Sweet CornSweet Corn Sweet corn is avialable in late July or early August and runs through about mid September. Sweet corn is sold by the dozen and can also be ordered by the bushel for eating or for freezing.
TomatoesTomatoes Early August to Early October Tomatoes are sold by the pound or by the half bushel already picked. Please call ahead to ensure availability. Pick your own tomatoes usually opens around the last week of August.
Watermelon Early August to mid September Sold individually at different prices depending on size. We sell seeded and seedless watermelons.
Zucchini and Summer (Yellow) Squash Available when the market opens in early August until late September Sold individually.

We also sell vegetable and herb plants out of our greenhouse in the spring. When the market is open we usually sell fruit (blueberries, apples, pears, and plums) from other local farmers depending on what is in season. If you didn't see the kind of vegetable that you are looking for in the above table then let us know - we may not grow it yet, but we like to try new vegetables for customers who want them!

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