Have you ever wondered what happens to the farmers, growers, and bakers when the farmer's market closes for the season? Believe it or not there are some vegetables that can be grown succesfully for most of the winter here in Northern New England. In the late 1800's the Boston suburbs were home to some of the best and largest american greenhouses, some as large as 50 feet wide by 400 feet long. These houses supplied the New England region with lettuce, cucumbers, radishes, etc. all winter long. In our high tunnels we can grow spinach, carrots, green onions, radishes , and turnips. With minimal heat we are able to grow beets, butterhead and romaine lettuce, and our gourmet lettuce blend. Outdoors we can harvest carrots and spinach with minimal protection until Thanksgiving. We are continually trying new things in an effort to expand our offerings.
Our goal is to provide these offerings so that you have the option of purchasing local quality foods.
Thank you, bon appetite