What We Grow
Note the BIG CHANGE in hours!!
|Here's what we pick:
Many of the above are
great for roasting or in soups & stews.
The winters squashes
keep for months in a cool, dry place - a cellar or a garage- just keep them
fresh tomatoes before they are cut so that they'll keep their flavor.
Tomatoes can be
canned or frozen by various methods.
Beans & corn can be
frozen easily. Also broccoli & cauliflower. Also peppers & swiss chard.
There's also eggplant parmesan, and many recipes that do well in the
freezer. When you want them, just heat to thaw & serve. You can be eating
great all winter long.
have attended numerous conferences over the winter to keep up with the latest in
the industry. One of our pet projects this year is to try growing a few
artichokes. There are always new products and different methods of growing things
that Jim likes to try.
Many people are amazed
that we still have sweet corn after Labor Day. As a matter of fact, we
almost always have it until the stand closes for the season in mid-October.
In addition to our own great variety of vegetables, we bring in fresh local
apples & other fruits for a fall bounty.
Pick-Your-Own runs until frost. (see the pick-your-own