We have a wealth of vegetable varieties either in the ground or ready for harvest. About two-thirds of the produce goes to our CSA members and the rest is donated either directly or through organizations that feed the needy.
Here’s what you’ll find now at N&33 and St. Augs:
Endive, escarole, radicchio, garnet dandelion greens, many varieties of lettuce (romaines, Tom Thumb, red sails, Lollo Rosa, Tango, Speckled Back Trout and more), Asian greens, arugula, collard greens, rutabagas, savoy cabbage, Haikuri turnips, peppers (jalepenos, poblanos and several varieties of bells), tomatoes (San Marzano, Sun Golds, Cherry Reds), broccoli (Pac Man and Marathon), kale (Toscana and Red Russian), Chard (Fordhook Giant and Bright Lights), mesclun, beets.
Also, leeks, fennel, pea sprouts, sugar snap peas, four types of English peas, sorrel, many varieties of mustard greens, carrots (muscade and nutra red), radishes (Sora and French Breakfast and Black Spanish), spinach, garlic chives, 10/15 onions, Sweet Red onions, and lots of herbs (stevia, chamomile, dill, parsley, rosemary, thyme, sage, mint, basil, tarragon, oregano and cilantro).
We’ll be planting these soon: fortek pole beans, cauliflower, sweet corn and white dent corn for grinding, pattypan squash, rampicante squash, zucchini, an old heirloom straight neck yellow squash, cucumbers (tasty jade, Hanson’s Wonder), watermelons (Keckler’s Sweet, Sugar Baby, Ali Baba), tomatillos, Chinese noodle beans, many types of flowers, and more tomatoes (Purple Cherokee, Juliettes).