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CSA VEGGIES: What do we grow @ Nama Farm?

Posted by Nate Peyman on April 2, 2015 at 12:50 AM

Every year we grow out 40+ different varieties of heirloom Tomatoes, we are *always trying new things* In 2016 we're going for more Farmhouse Flowers, Heirloom Popcorn, Okra, Fingerling Potatoes, Pole and Snap Beans, Hot Peppers, Cukes and Farm Fresh Eggs. Its always a gamble, its always a variety, always beautiful.

Here's a list of CSA veggies grown for our shares:

May/June: Radishes, Chives and flowers, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Arugula, Lovage & other Culinary Herbs, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, Jeruselum Artichokes/Sunchokes, Baby Beets & Greens, Spinach, Sugarsnap and Snowpeas, baby Chard & tender baby Kale, Head Lettuce, Mesculin & sweetleaf Salad Mix, Scallions/ green onions, garlic scapes.

July: Summer Squash Pattypan & Zucchini, early Tomatoes & rainbows of Cherry Tomatoes, Onions, Garlic Scapes and Garlic, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, early Potatoes, Carrots, Dill, Cucumbers & all sorts of Pickles, Kale, Asian Greens, Mustards & other Braising Greens, Rainbow Chard, Peppers, Snap Beans & Dilly Beans, Basil, lemon balm, mint, chamomile, oregano  & other Culinary Herbs, all sorts of Cabbages, Collards, Jams and Jellys.

August: Rainbows of Heirloom Tomatoes, Hot Peppers, Tomatillos, Groundcherrys, Basil & other Culinary Herbs, Heritage Hot Peppers & Hot Sauce, Fingerlings and larger Potatoes, Snap Beans, Pole Beans, all sorts of Salads & StirFry greens,  Cucumbers and Pickles, Heirloom Zucchini & Summer Squash, Onions, Garlic, Shallots & more!

Sept-Oct-Nov: Roots, Celery, Rainbow Chard, Mustard Greens, Head lettuce, late Bush Beans, Winter Squash & Pie Pumpkins, Sweetleaf Salad, Leeks, Garlic & late harvest of sweet Carrots, Sugarsnap and Snowpeas, Asian Greens, Mizuna, baby Kale and Spinach, tender greens for supergreen smoothies, Cabbages & Kraut, ChowChow, Kimchi, Applesauce and Applebutter and  more... :D!

This covers it for the most part.

Nate & Ama

Categories: CSA (Community Supported Agriculture), Farmers' Market

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  • "Hey folks, Nate and Ama know how to grow vegetables. There is something wonderful about the bags of flower filled salad greens, the luscious, flavor filled heirloom tomatoes an..."
    Kelly King
    I'm a believer!
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    happy customer!