What we grow:
We are a small time operation and when I say small I mean small. Meaning its just two women doing most of this work most of the time.
What we grow varies year to year depending on what we were able to get to grow, so this list is by no means is a guarantee that we will be bringing every item to the market every market. What we bring to the markets varies by season and what the bugs, wind, sun, gophers, hail and various wild circumstance allows us to grow. And that's what keeps it all so interesting!
What we grow:
The Best Greenhouse Tomatoes, Rainbow Carrots, White Carrots, Beets, Swiss Chard, Kale, Salad Greens, Lettuce, Spinach, White Turnips, Easter Egg Radishes, Orange Carrots, Arugula, Artichokes, Green Beans, Lemon Cucumbers, White Eggplant, Purple Eggplant, Sweet Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, 5 varieties of soft neck Garlic, 7 varieties of hard neck Garlic, Onions, Leeks, Many colors of Potatoes, Sugar Snap Peas, Green Onions, Zucchini, Yellow Summer Squash, Pumpkins, Acorn Squash, Spaghetti Squash, Watermelon, Cantaloupe, Yard Long Beans, Mustard Greens, Okra, and every size shape and color Tomato you can imagine... green, yellow, black, orange, pink, striped and of course good old Red Tomatoes!
We also grow many herbs such as basil, oregano, dill, cilantro, French thyme, lavender, sage, parsley and mint which we sell fresh and/ or as plants.
In April and Early May we have the best tasting tomatoes grown lovingly in our greenhouse and they are available at the Prescott Farmers Market usually until mid-June. We also sell a huge variety of tomato plants for you to grow in your own garden and those are only available the first few weeks of May at the Prescott Farmers Market or directly from the farm during our annual plant sale.
We grow a big variety of hard and softneck garlics that are available from July thru the winter.
Sometimes in the fall we have birdhouse gourds, small decorative gourds and broom corn available.
Over the past 15 years we've experimented with many different varieties of seed and have found some that we feel grow best for us where we are located. We source our seed from company's who have taken the Safe Seed Pledge and sell only non-gmo seed. For many things that we love we've learned to just grow plenty extra and save the seed for ourselves. Please be assured without any type of stamp of approval we grow everything without the use of pesticides or chemical fertilizers. We have many children running , playing and eating on the farm and organic is the only way to go to keep them safe and healthy.
Again... Many thanks for your support of small local farming.