In the beginning your weekly share is comprised mostly of greens, as they are quick growing. We do our best to offer a diversity of “greens” ranging from arugula, mustards, spinach, baby lettuce, tatsoi, kale, and chard. Other early season items include rhubarb, radishes, bok choi, and spring onions. As the days get longer in late June you will see beets, head lettuces, broccoli, garlic scrapes, cilantro, dill, peas, mature kale and chard, carrots, and mini onions. July and August are the peak of summer vegetables diversity! During these months you will find your basket filled with cucumbers, summer squash, carrots, broccoli, fresh garlic and onions, beets, basil, cherry and slicing tomato, new potatoes, peppers, romaine, iceberg (Sean’s signature crop), bibs oh my! September produces the harbingers of fall and winter; winter squash, storage potatoes and onions, carrots and beets, cured garlic, and the return of cooler season greens like spinach.
In addition to fresh produce, a few times throughout the season, your Veggie Basket will include stone milled organic flour. We source the whole grains (wheat, rye, spelt, kamut, and corn) from Montana Milling in Great Falls and mill it on our granite stone mill.