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Member Vegetables

Arugula – July - end of September

Basil – July - end of September

Beans – Provider bush green beans. Early July - mid September

Beets – Ace, Detroit Dark Red, Chioggia. Year round!

Belgian Endive – mid December - beginning of February

Broccoli – August - mid October

Cabbage – green  – Late September - April

Cabbage – red  – Late September - February

Cabbage – savoy  – August - October

Carrots – late July - mid June

Cauliflower – mid August - mid October

Celery – late July - September

Celeriac – October - May

Chard – Late June - September

Chinese Cabbage – August/September

Cilantro – Late June - September

Collards – mid July - mid October

Cucumber – pickling & slicing – July - early September

Daikon Radish – late August - May

Dill – late June - early October

Fennel – August/September

Garlic – scapes late June - mid-July; bulbs August - October

Greens – Asian  – July - mid October

Kale – red Kale  – July - September

Kale – curly green  – mid-September - mid-December

Kohlrabi – mid-July - mid-September

Leeks – mid-August - January

Lettuce – 6 or 7 varieties  – early June - early October

Melon – Watermelon, Canteloupe, Honey Dew – August

Onions – 2 summer varieties & red and white keepers  – late July - early June

Parsley – curly & Italian (flat) – late June - October

Parsnip – October - May

Potatoes – October - April

Peas – snow & shelling – pick your own – mid-June - mid-July

Peppers – bell & various hot – late July - early October

Radish – assorted  – late June - April

Rhubarb – May - early June

Rutabaga – October - April

Scallion – late July - mid-October

Spinach – August - October

Squash – summer – July/August

Squash – winter – 7 or 8 varieties  – late August - early November

Tomato – many varieties including heirlooms and cherries  – August - early October

Turnip – August - April

Photo(s) added: JacobOctober 23rd, 2016

New photo added:

New aerial photo of TWCF farmlands available for viewingMarch 9th, 2016

Now you can see the breadth of our various farmlands up here on Abbot Hill.  From Gage Field to Randi's Field, from the top of Frye Field down to the Hidden Meadow that once was a peach orchard a

New Showcase: Cheesemaking at Abbot Hill CreameryMarch 2nd, 2016

Click here to view the showcase.

 

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