Ontario Purple Trillium
Asiatic Soft Neck
Amish paste tomatoes are good raw and cooked!
Red peppers on the vine
We offer vegetables in season including several kinds of peppers and tomatoes, green, yellow, and yard long beans, leaf lettuce, beets, parsnips, turnips, and rutabaga, basil, oregano, sage, and parsley, as well as many other types and varieties of vegetables and herbs direct from the plant to you. Some of our vegetables, such as Gilfeather Turnips, Amish Paste Tomatoes, and Jimmy Nardello Italian Sweet Frying Peppers, are listed in the Slow Foods Ark of Taste.
Contact us to see what is ready!
Garlic is usually grown by replanting cloves but this garlic was grown by planting the bulbils (the seeds inside the scape). It takes about three years to get a differentiated head.