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Herbs & Veggies
 

Our herb & vegetable offerings are fresh from the garden. They've never been sprayed with anything, are fertilized only with organic fertilizers, and are picked within a day of hitting the market stand. 

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What do we grow? 

In our family we pretty much grow what we eat. If we don't like it, we don't grow it. If we do like it, we grow it till it comes out our ears. Want to know our favorite recipes? We'll be posting them here soon.

It seems like a lot, but everything is seasonal. At no point in the year is everything harvest-ready at the same time. The only exception for us is leafy greens. In the winter we grow lettuce and spinach in the greenhouse, so it really is a year-round crop. Here are the things we plant every year.

Herbs: If there's a curly leaf and flat leaf version, we grow flat. 

- Basil (always Genovese, so much pesto!)

- Cilantro

- Parsley

- Garlic

- Greek Oregano

- Spearmint

Vegetables:

- Cherry Tomatoes

   - 2024: Sungold (Sunshine's favorite)

- Sauce Tomatoes

- Cucumbers

   - 2024: Cool Customer (great fresh or pickled)

- Spinach (year-round!)

- Lettuce (year-round!)

- Bok Choy

- Green Onions

- Summer Squash

- Eggplant

   - 2024: Asian Delite

- Bell Peppers

   - Plus, 2024: sweet Shishito!

- Hot Peppers (we grow several different varieties every year)

   - 2024: Poblano

   - 2024: Jalapeño

   - 2024: Datil (hot but fruity)

- Okra

- Turnips

- Radishes

- Potatoes

- Carrots

- Parsnips

- Beets

- Broccoli

Things we're trying out for the first time this year:

- Soybeans for edamame

- Watercress for salads, soups and sandwiches

- Baby Ginger & Turmeric in the greenhouse

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