Our Produce...

Currently in Season

It's the end of harvest season, so we've had to say goodbye to our favorite summer veggies. However, we still have plenty of hearty cold weather vegetables as well as decorative and edible pumpkins, squashes, and gourds. Currently we have: We have pumpkins of various sizes, shapes, decorative gourds, mini pumpkins, cauliflower, straw bales, cornstalk bundles, tomatoes in limited supply, radishes, leeks, carrots, beets, scallions, brussel sprouts.

Seasonal Practices

Photography by Lorie Piel

Autumn farm work sees the continuation of our transplanting from earlier in the season, but now we're putting in the cold hardy veggies like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and greens. These thrive in the cooler temperatures. We're also removing the spent stalks and plants of the more tender vegetables from our field and composting them. This compost is then used later to enrich our soil. The warmth of our season-extending hoop houses keep vegetables that would normally wither due to cooler temperatures going strong well into the autumn. We have zucchini, tomatoes, and other warm weather crops protected in these structures so our customers can enjoy them until we close our doors in late October.

Farmhouse Flowers

Photography by Elise Trattner

Fresh, seasonal flowers are sold at the farm stand and are also available for special order. Whether wedding, bridal shower, corporate event, or a "just because" bouquet, we combine our home-grown greens, colors, and blooms to create lovely and natural designs. Our team designs everything from prom nosegays and corsages to centerpieces and custom bridal crowns. We're also excited to offer on-site "flower parties"! Bring your group to the farm for a hands-on arranging experience--perfect for birthdays, bridal parties, and more! To discuss pricing, delivery, setup, and your vision, please contact us!

You can reach our flower specialists directly at Farmhouseflowers.org.