Fall might be here, but plenty of summer crops like tomatoes and eggplant are still going strong. Sweet corn is still with us, but we're waiting for the next planting to ripen, hopefully by the end of the week. However fall crops are in full swing - the winter squash and pumpkins are taking over the farmstand! Our apple crop was not as prolific this year, please check the blog for more details.
We have a good supply of: tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, salad tomatoes, kale, collards, swiss chard, arugula, cilantro, dill, parsley, mustard greens, spinach, radicchio, beets, cabbage, scallions, eggplant, japanese turnips, radishes, "green" sweet bell peppers, ripe sweet peppers, leeks, hot peppers (Astrys, Anaheims, Jalapenos, Cayenne, habaneros, and Serranos), cooking onions, shallots, potatoes, garlic, diakon radishes, black radishes, carrots, rutabagas, gold ball turnips, sweet potatoes, sugar pumpkins, jack o' lanterns, and winter squash (kabocha, acorn, honeynut, bungkan, fairy, butternut, sugar dumpling, blue hubbard, black futtsu, bliss, neck pumpkin, and delicata) With appearances by: apples (by the 1/2 peck bag only), rapini, lettuce, broccoli, tomatillos, pan di zucchero, tat-soi, bok-choy, brussels sprouts, cranberry beans, green, wax, and romano beans, summer squash and zucchini, celery, sweet corn, cauliflower, chinese kale, watermelon radishes, and Zavory, Poblano, and Ghost hot peppers.