Throughout the summer season, you receive 8 to 10 items including “staple” items like lettuce and carrots, onions, tomatoes, cucumber, potatoes, garlic, lettuce etc. and a diversity of delicious seasonal veggies (such as bok choy, fennel, kohlrabi, peppers, eggplant, beans, broccoli and much more). All veggie offerings are season-dependent but you are guaranteed lots of diversity and deliciousness every week!
The following are examples of what might be in a REGULAR summer share at different points in the season (note that the makeup of the shares varies slightly year to year). Large shares contain the same number of items but 1.5 to 2 times the amounts of most items. We make as many items as possible tradeable so that you can leave things you do not want and take more of what you do want. The amount of “Free choice” items you take each week is up to you (a weekly amount, not for preserving!).
**Please note: the share examples below are randomly selected from different points in the summer season. We grow many other crops that you will discover week to week in your share!
|Early June||Late July||Mid-September|
|Salanova lettuce mix||Lettuce||Lettuce|
|Zucchini||New Potatoes||Sweet Peppers|
|Herbs – Basil, dill, parsley, thyme and sage||Beans|
|Herbs – Cilantro, parsley|
A regular Winter shares consists of a core bi-weekly share of 3lbs carrots, 3lbs potatoes, 2.5lbs onions and 2 heads of garlic. Added to that each week is 3-4 additional items of some combination of 2.5lbs beets, 2lbs parsnips, 1 cabbage, 1 large kohlrabi, 1 napa cabbage, 1 celeriac, 1 rutabaga, 1 winter squash, 4-5 shallots, 3lbs sweet potatoes. On top of that you receive 1-2 types of greens – spinach or kale, bok choy, lettuce, arugula, mustard greens and more!
Like in the summer, the Large share contains the same number of items but 1.5 times the amounts.
Our spring share is a single size and is made up of 5-6 items from a choice of early spring veggies. We grow lettuce and spinach, kale, chard, kohlrabi, turnip, radish, bok choy and other beautiful cool-loving crops.