That’s right! With fall here, we have decided that it’s time to shut down our farm stand for the season.

Please note that we are closing not due to lack of produce, but rather lack of variety that brings most of you out to the stand. After this market we anticipate still having an abundance of fall brassica crops (kale, collards, brussel sprouts, kohlrabi), as well as arugula, chard, and some lettuces mix, which we will try to sell to our restaurant friends in bulk, and/or offer to the public for bi-weekly pickup. Keep your eyes peeled for further info on that in the next couple weeks!

We’d also like to hear your candid feedback from the season on what you liked or disliked, and how we can improve for next year. Be on the lookout for that email or facebook link in the next week as well.

Fall Harvest

Fall Harvest

 

Cinderella Pumpkin

Cinderella Pumpkin

 

Green Tomatoes

Green Tomatoes

At our end-of-season final farm stand this week, we will be selling everything pictured above including:

  • Arugula
  • Beets 
  • Carrots 
  • Collards
  • Dino and red kale
  • Italian Parsley
  • Lightning and Santa Fe hot peppers (final ones!)
  • Cinderella Pumpkin (perfect for Thanksgiving pumpkin pie! only 4 left!)
  • Rainbow swiss chard
  • Lettuce salad mix
  • Spinach
  • Acorn, Delicata, and Spaghetti winter squash(only a few left!)
  • Amish Paste, Gold Medal, and Black Krim heirloom tomatoes
  • Green tomatoes
  • Baby turnips
  • Homemade bread
 

2 Responses to End-of-Season FINAL Farm Stand, this Saturday!

  1. Lynne Ziegler says:

    Just learned of your markets . . is your last one on Saturday at your 6230 W 38th address? If not where is it and what times?

    Thanks

    Lynne

    • trueroots says:

      Hi Lynne – thanks for the message! Our final market was Saturday, October 19, 2013, and we plan to re-open in May 2014.

      That being said, there could be a few crops still in the field that can survive through some of the winter, such as kale, turnips, kohlrabi, broccoli rabe. If you’d be interested in those, we can set up a special order for you for a $10 minimum bag (which comes to about 3 bunches of various produce). Let us know and we’d be happy to accommodate!

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