what we grow

as a csa member you can expect an abundant, weekly assortment of the crops listed below. crops and quantities vary a bit year to year

Harvest Calendar

 
 

Stick and Stone grows...

Remembrance grows...

Our partners grow...

strawberries
basil
green beans
beets
broccoli
brussels sprouts
cabbage
carrots
cauliflower
celeriac
celtuce
chard
chicory
cukes
eggplant
endive
fall Asian greens
fennel
garlic
kale
kohlrabi
lettuce
melon/watermelon
napa cabbage
mustard greens
green onion/scallions
radicchio
radishes
rutabaga
shallot
summer squash
sweet corn
tomatoes
turnip
winter squash

baby salad greens

beets

braising greens

spicy greens

Brussels sprouts

cabbage

carrots

cucumber

daikon radish

eggplant

fennel

hakurei turnip

herbs

muu radish

napa cabbage

onions

parsnips

peppers

purple top turnips

rutabagas

scallions

tomatoes

watermelon radish

winter squash

potatoes

sweet potatoes

onions

leeks

sweet corn

get to know your veggies

CARROT, ORANGE (SNS, RF)

sweet, crunchy classics


CARROT, RAINBOW (SNS, RF)

purples, yellows and more! similar to classic carrots in shape in flavor 


BEET, ROUND RED (SNS, RF)

classic, sweet beet with deep red flesh


BEET, CYLINDRA (SNS, RF)

similar to classic beet with long slender shape and more tender skin


BEET, CHIOGGIA  (SNS, RF)

aka candystripe. pink and white bullseye inside


BEET, BADGER FLAME (RF)

known for superior flavor when eaten raw. orange skin and flesh

 

RADISH, BLACK SPANISH (RF)

stick and stone, remembranceblack skin with white interior flesh. sharp spice


RADISH, DAIKON (SNS)

long with white skin and flesh. mild. a favorite radish commonly used in kimchi


RADISH, GREEN MEAT (SNS)

green and cream colored skin with green flesh. medium spice


PADISH, PURPLE MUU (SNS)

aka purple daikon. purple skin and flesh, mild


RADISH, WATERMELON  (SNS, RF)

white and green skin with bright pink flesh. medium spice, flavorful. a popular radish!


RADISH, WHITE MUU (SNS, RF)

aka koran daikon. mostly white skin with pale green near stem, white flesh. mild

 

CELERIAC (SNS)

stick and stone

aka celery root. knobby, brown skin with white flesh. flavor similar to celery


PARSNIP (SNS, RF)



TURNIP, GOLDEN (SNS, RF)

pale gold color inside and out


TURNIP, PURPLE TOP  (SNS, RF)



TURNIP, SCARLET (SNS)

commonly mistaken for a beet but can be distinguished by the white and pink starburst inside.


RUTABAGA (SNS, RF)

cream/yellow inside and out with some purple on skin near stem. commonly mashed