We grow tasty little things called microgreens. Microgreens taste just like the full sized vegetable greens only smaller and more nutrient dense. Microgreens are a beautiful and a highly nutrient dense green that are a great addition to many dishes. Use as a lettuce replacement in wraps and on sandwiches or add them to a salad for a fresh new taste. Chefs also use them as a garnish to class up a gourmet dish.
We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables. A few of our staple items include raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, tomatoes, lettuce, basil and other leafy greens. While much of what we grow is for our own consumption, we do offer up for sale and give away excess production to the local community. Follow our social media pages to keep up-to-date on items offered for sale.
Beekeeping is a new venture for us on the farm and it's one that we are very excited and passionate about. Our first hive was placed on the farm in the spring of 2018. We went in to the winter with a total of 6 hives and are hopeful they all make it to 2019. When available, we do have honey, honey comb, and other beeswax products available for purchase. Check our shop for current availability.
Trick question. Neither of them are bad. In fact, they where both harvested on the same day and are both equally and completely edible.
So what’s the difference?
Why does one look funny?