Fresh produce and wool
Assorted veggies all year long
Surplus from our forest garden and fields, including garlic, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, potatoes, squash are sold at all of our events and directly to caterers and local restaurants. We are always experimenting with production methods and new varieties of open-pollinated vegetables. Fall 2019: Greenhouse tomatoes and frozen, vacuum-sealed packs of assorted berries!
Introducing Edible Hop Shoots!
Long before hop cones were used to make beer bitter, hop shoots were eaten as a spring green, similar to asparagus. Next spring 2018, expect to see hops asparagus making the rounds in local kitchens!
Perennial and Annual Bedding Plants
Perennial plants propagated from our Forest Garden including Egyption onion, Currants (red, white and black), gooseberry, and haspkap berry can be purchased from the nursery late spring every year. Surplus bedding plants for our greenhouse and field, such as hot and sweet peppers, squash, tomatoes and cucumbers, are available in April and May.
Our Shetland sheep are sheared annually in May/June and their wool is black, white, and a mix of both colours. Our llamas are sheared every other year and have dark or white chocolate coloured wool. Contact us for details on quantities and prices.