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Mild & Sweet

Elaeagnus Umbellata

Low Sugar Autumnberry Jam with organic Stevia powder

8 oz 

1 quart of Purée

Sweet Genovese Basil

Sweet Genovese
Purple Genovese

Beans

Kale
Cavolo Nero

Wild Himalayan Blackberries

WILD Himalayan Blackberries

8 oz

Beans

Borago Officinalis

Squash

Hemerocallis Fulva

Tomato

Echinacea Purpurea
1/2 oz

Elderberry Flowers
1/4 oz 

Garlic Scape Harvest

Culinary Garlic

Young Garlic Scapes

per pound

Fresh Young Sassafras Leaves make it Real Gumbo Filé

approximately 1.25 oz

Crataegus monogyna

Jimmy Nardello's

Sweet Italian Frying Pepper

Chenopodium Giganteum/Album

Melissa Officianalis

Sweet Red Pepper

Market More Cucumbers

Cucumbers

M.C. "Radiator Charlie" Byles shows off the fruits of his labor, the Mortgage Lifter tomato, for a Virginia newspaper in the mid-1960s. (Photo courtesy of Jeff McCormack)

Radiator Charlie’s
Mortgage Lifter Tomato

String Beans

Mugwort
1/4 ounce

Tropaeolum Majus
edible Flowers & Greens

Red, Yellow or White

Origanum Vulgare

passioflora incarnata

passion flower 

Paw Paw

Asimina Triloba
Seeds or Fresh

Perilla, Shiso, Korean Basil

Perilla Frutescens
Seeds
or Fresh

Kennebec or Red Pontiac

Purple Bumblebee Tomato

Tomato

Purple Jalepeno Peppers

6000 scoville heat units

Small Dried Bag

Striped Roman tomato

Tomato

Toothache Buds

Spilanthes

Pinus Strobus
1/4 oz

Leonotis Leonurus
Leaf or Flower Pedals

Achillea Millefolium

Tomato

Crook Neck and Fortune Straight Neck Yellow Squash

Crook Neck and Straight Neck

To our customers in Burkesville and Edmonton:  we appreciate your support.

Our 2019 Market Season is Over.
We are now focused on building soil and infrastructure for a more abundant 2020 season.

 


Take the Safe Farm Pledge.
All of our Produce is FREE of Chemical Pesticides, Chemical Herbicides and is NOT a GMO.