Shares Start This Thursday! April 7th

Here we are about to start the 2022 CSA year! This Thursday! Don’t forget to bring a basket to put you produce in. Pick up is after 2 pm.

We will have kale, lettuce, asparagus and other great spring crops. As much as I know you would love to know what we will have in advance, we don’t always know. It will depend on each week, the weather and the plants/vegetables decide in the end!

We will see you soon for the beginning of a great season!



2022 spring shares are fulfilled, but we still have summer and fall shares open. Just go take a look at the shares tab. This year is going to be great! We have been revamping the beds with lots of love and care. Kira has a new garden area after not having much space the last few years. She is increasing the growing area by 200 percent from years past. I will say she is very ambitious! I really appreciate the growing help I get from my daughters (Chelsea and Kira) and I’m sure you do as well. They both grow with the same organic practices I do, which is no chemicals, amending the soil with rich compost, minerals and organic food for the plants, along with companion planting and creating a healthy environment for beneficial insects. What does that mean? healthier food for you to consume with more vitamins and minerals!

Thank you for your support!

Artisan Bread Today!

Thursday, February 3rd we will have Artisan Bread and Gourmet cookies!

Bread flavors

Lemon Thyme. Made with our farm fresh thyme and our organic Meyer lemon zest.

Onion. Made with our farm fresh onions sautéed in herbs, olive oil and ghee.


Cranberry white chocolate

Lemon Thyme Artisan Bread


Today I am perplexed! The forecast shows a pretty good temperature drop… more than likely it will not freeze, but do I risk it??? Plus the wind that is supposed to come In. It says the low with chill will be 36 degrees. My little farm seems to freeze when that is forecasted. I have three peach tree still full of ripe, almost ripe and green peaches. Cantaloupe that is almost ready, peppers by the bushel, eggplant galore, tomatillos, sweet potatoes to be dug, the last of the kaboocha squash to harvest and so on. The last of the pears were harvested this morning. Oh my, they are so good right now! looks like a good share week to me! I don’t think I will gamble! Looks like a crazy busy day here!

While we say goodbye to the summer bounty, we welcome the crops that only get better with a frost. Broccoli is on this week, carrots and parsnips sweeten with colder temperatures. Lettuce, spinach, cilantro, kale and chard will become a winter staple. And all the winter squash will keep for months. Persimmons and quince are just around the corner. I love fall! So be sure to visit us after shares end.

This week have welcomed 7 new Chocolate Runner ducklings to the farm. Mamma duck, keep those little ones warm!

This week is the last of our fall shares. We want to thank all of you for your love and support this season. You may never know all the help you have given us through your support. Thank you all!

Week 7 of Fall Shares

We are posting a day early due to a loss in the family. We will have your shares ready on time tomorrow as we are working right now on them. note we will be closed tomorrow until 1:30. Opening back up in time so there will be no interruption on your pick up time.

What you will find in your baskets this week.

Pie pumpkin

Baby potatoes (more to dig)


Cucumber (last of the season)

Sweet Pomegranates



Bay leaves

You pick box – greens

You pick box- peppers

You pick box- eggplant, salad turnips, carrots or tomatillos.

Next week: this will be our last week of fall shares. We are digging more sweet potatoes and so many other great fall produce… hoping for broccoli!

If you are not ready for shares to end yet, we decided there is so much produce just coming into season that we are doing a mini share. This will last two weeks. Cost is $45. To sign up and this link will take you to paypal. Click here to pay for Mini Share Pick up dates will be October 21st and 28th.

Thanks so much for your support and love!

Fall Shares Start August 26th!

Fall shares are here already! Those that are new to us don’t forget to bring a basket to transfer your fruits and veggies in! Pick up is between 2 and 6 pm. Fall shares run for 8 weeks.

Spring and summer shares are open for 2022 season now.

For the first week of fall shares we will have corn! It’s on and it’s sweet and delicious! Peaches! White and red. And you will have an option of rhubarb! Take it if you will use it, please leave it if you won’t. Of course there will be other items in the basket!! We will see you all soon!

Garlic Scapes in White Wine

Garlic scapes season is an abundant one. But there is only so much scape pesto, steamed scapes, roasted scapes, grilled scapes, sautéed scapes, scape salad dressing…You get the idea…A person can eat! I love the curly wonders of these delicious plant creatures, and ponder what else…. what else can I create.

Turban Garlic Scape

For those who don’t struggle with the issue of scape mania, consider growing your own garlic to join the fun. You can also often find scapes for sell at your local farmers markets or CSA shares.

Here is another great way to salivate over garlic scapes.

2 tablespoons olive oil

1/2 pound garlic scapes, copped into 3-5 inch pieces

Salt and freshly ground black pepper

1/2 cup dry white wine

1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. When the oil is hot, add the scapes and sauté, stirring often, until the scapes are bright green, 3 to 5 minutes. Season generously with salt and pepper, then add half the wine and immediately cover. Let the scapes cook, stirring occasionally, until tender, 5 to 8 minutes.

2. Once the scapes are tender, remove the lid and turn up the heat. Cook, stirring Constantly, until the scapes brown slightly and add the remaining wine till it is evaporated. The sugars in the scapes may caramelize a little this is a good thing, so keep stirring. Serve hot.

Spring Shares!

It’s time for spring shares to begin! Mark your calendar for pick up this Thursday, March 25th. Pick up between 2 and 6 pm.

Don’t forget to bring a basket or bag to put your produce in.

If you missed out on spring, we have a few spots left for summer and fall.

We will see you soon!!!

Shares Now Available!

2021 is only a few days away! This week we are busy in the greenhouses with our spring CSA starts. Yes! already! Lettuces, spinach, kale, cabbages, broccoli, cauliflower (whites, orange, greens and purples) and all those yummy spring crops! We are looking forward a wonderful 2021 season!

Shares are now open.


While it’s chilly outside we still have produce to keep you healthy and happy through the winter months!

Sweet carrots and parnsips sweetened by the winter freeze. Sweet potatoes, onions, leeks, quince, potatoes, spinach, arugula, mustard greens, pak choy, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, winter squash and other veggies are just a few things growing in the gardens or greenhouses this winter. Come visit us Tuesday through Thursday 10 am to 4:30 pm to stock of on winter goodness!

Thank you for all of our wonderful customers/friends throughout the years!