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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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