With unseasonably cool temperatures, our bean and squash crop has stopped producing. However, the Greens and other Winter Crops are thriving.
To see what we are growing, and what is being harvested, please see the highlighted areas below.
Now that the holiday season is upon us, it's nice to enjoy easily "rustled up" meals. Prepare sauces, chilis, stews, and soups in large quantities. Freeze some for future meals, or refrigerate leftovers to use 3 or 4 nights into the future. Use all the fresh vegetables in your produce drawer, and even the opened bags of frozen veggies which were not completely used at a previous meal.
Because Mustards and Collards belong to the Cruciferous Family, they are extremely healthy and versatile, full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Please click here for full details.
- Baby Bok Choy
From the Farmers Market:
Cubanella Sweet Peppers (BEAUTIFUL!)
Baby Bok Choy
Monday - 9AM - 2PM We will now be serving our north Brooksville customers in the Cloverleaf Farm Mobile Home Park - just off Hwy 41, across from the Hernando County School Compound and south of Croom Road in North Brooksville. Turn into Cloverleaf Farm's main entrance, on the right side by the golf driving range.