Week three of spring

Hey all! Baskets are FINALLY done for the day. With the increase of people putting in gardens for the first time or expanding existing gardens this year, it has been a mad scramble to conquer shares, answer phones and help customers. We love it though, its good to see people happy to grow there own yummy food.



Garlic scapes

Swiss chard

Snap peas


Watermelon radish


Week 1 of Spring Shares 2020

Welcome to week one of our spring shares! Don’t forget to bring something to transfer your produce in.

What you will find in this weeks basket… broccoli, spring greens, radishes, watermelon radish, dill, leeks, carrots and chard.

If the weather cooperates then next week we will have asparagus and rhubarb as a choice. 

Early Spring Share?

We are offering an early share for those who are signed up for spring shares. You can opt out of April 16th share and get a share this week. We would be happy to put them together. There is a wide variety of veggies we know you’ll like. Please text us if you would like d this option. 435-200-4769.

Spring? Winter?

Yes, it is that time of year again. One day it is 70 degrees, the sun is shinning, we are working in the garden, planting seeds and the next….snow flurries, high winds, 26 degrees and looking for the frost blankets! This is how we roll in Hurricane Valley! Nothing new, just the transition from winter to longer days of spring coming near.

This week we made much headway in the gardens. Peas, brassica crops and many greens were planted. Some are under frost blankets and some left to fend for themselves. We always look forward the the renewal of the gardening year by the first little seedlings popping their heads through the garden soil we attended to early in the year with compost, kelp, rock dust and much love.

This week we have a garden/farm tour of our little place and we are looking forward to meeting many new friends.

For 2020 we are excited about many new crops we will be introducing to our shares. Asparagus should be presenting itself in a month. We are already harvesting Cheddar cheese cauliflower, broccolini, lettuces, mesclun mixes, mustard greens, chard and other wonderful greens. Please stop by for some fresh garden goodness! We have had a wonderful mild winter this year which has blessed us with abundance.

Gardening classes will start up the first week in March. If you want to grow a great garden in 2020, come learn how. Here is a link to our garden classes.

It’s time to plant peas! Here is a link to help you learn more about planting peas and having success.

We have only a couple of full season shares left at this point and 1 spring share. So, jump to it if you’d like to join this year. You can find where to sign up under the shares tab or click here.

Watch for our “Add-on” shares coming. This year we will be doing micro greens small and large shares. This will be ready each week when you pick up your baskets. Each week we will be growing different healthy micro



2020 Shares Are Now Available!

Click the shares tab to sign up for our 2020 CSA Shares.  We are already getting ready for our spring shares.  Dates are also listed on this page. Ground is being prepped, peas go in the ground next week, row cover will be placed over many of our beds to get a jump start on a variety of greens and we feel fresh and excited for a new year!   We are growing many new crops this year for you to try as well as the beloved vegetables.  We are looking forward to seeing our old and new friends once again!  Have a healthy, Happy New Year!

Last Week of Fall Shares

Thank you everyone for your support in our shares. We really appreciate you all. We are so grateful to be able to share our garden with you. Our spring shares are now open.

What you will find in your basket this week..



Sweet potatoes



Greens – Napa cabbage, kale, chard or arugula

Delicada or acorn squash

Green onions

Yellow onions

Bay leaves

Persimmons they are not quite ripe but we wanted you to have some.

Put the persimmons in a brown bag with an apple or banana. The ethylene gas apples and bananas produce speeded up the ripening process. Alternatively, keep the fruit out at room temperature in a bowl.

Week 7 of Fall Shares

Boy it was crazy windy here last night. It was 38 mph and got down 43 degrees and 36 with the wind chill.

What you will find in your basket this week..


Pie pumpkin






Red onion



We have lots of extra peppers so take what you can use.

Our 2020 shares are now open.

Week 6 of Summer Shares

October 3rd! We are already on week 6. Two more weeks of shares after today.

We are really excited about today’s shares! We know you’ll love it! Apples and fairtime peaches. 🍑🍏🍎

This is what you’ll find in your shares today:

Fairtime peaches

Apples of different varieties

Delicata Squash



Green onions


Bell peppers

Sweet potatoes

Hakurei turnips

Assorted bag of herbs (savory, sage, rosemary, thyme)

Enjoy, and have a beautiful week of goodness!

Below are stages of the basket being built today. Pretty!

Produce update

This week will be the last week for eggplant because we will be pulling out all of the plants to make room for other things. You will be getting a lot in your share baskets this week so plan accordingly. Get out your eggplant recipes!!