Dime-sized with an intense flavor and soft texture
Nickel-sized fruit - fruity pineapple-like flavor. Great for savory or sweet applications. Makes a killer gastrique.
Slightly fruitier than their green cousins. Flavor reminiscent to a green apple. Used for all the salsas, as well as raw.
Large-ish cherry tomatoes with all the flavor of a full-sized heirloom. Less fruity than other cherry tomatoes, but delightfully savory. Excellent roasted.
A dense squash with a deep nutty flavor and creamy texture
We have both the fruit and flower of the Costata Romesco squash - please let us know what you would like!
Also known as Mexican Sour Gherkin or Cucamelon. A tart, crisp cucumber-like fruit shaped like baby watermelons Good raw or pickled, and a cute garnish for cocktails.
Delightfully mild flavor.
Mottled color fades when cooked. Slightly waxy with a mild, sweet flavor. Large, flat beans.
Haricot vert, only not vert at all. Definitely jaune. They're beans and they're small, just not green.
A mix between celery and a lettuce...hence, celtuce. Celtuce is primarily grown for the stem that, when peeled, has the texture of a cucumber and a slightly bitter, herbal, mild celery flavor. Eaten raw, stir-fried, and blanched. The leaves have a similar, but slightly sweeter flavor.
Also known as Jerusalem Artichokes.
Large, firm storage radishes with mild white flesh. 2-3" diameter.
Large, firm storage radish. Roughly 2-3" in diameter. Turns bright pink with acidity.
French fingerlings with a distinct nutty flavor. Slightly waxy, but versatile...excellent steamed, boiled, and fried. Please specify small-ish, or large-ish when ordering.
Very sweet with a crisp texture (bordering on brittle when raw). Super-baby, pencil thin.
Mild spice, ping-pong to golf ball sized
Mild, not too spicy. About 3 inches long.
White on the inside with splashes of red. Stronger flavor than hakurei turnips. Golf ball to raquetball sized.
Two varieties to choose from - avalanche/albino white (sweet and mild) and badger flame (orange cylindrical). Small to medium.
Sweet and mild, doesn't stain all your things :)
Claytonia or Miner's Lettuce, baby leaf.
Baby land cress with a mild spice and fragrant floral flavor.
Baby slender leaves with a nutty flavor.
Red veined spinach, baby leaf.
Gool ol' spinach; second cut, medium to large leaves.
Flavor similar to a nutty spinach with thicker succulent leaves.
4-6 inches, with tendrils
Microgreen pea shoots - the best way to have pea shoots!
Mild spiciness with a delicate flavor
Probably out favorite Romaine - crunchy and sweet.
A pleasantly bitter radicchio with a deep green blood-red mottling. Medium-sized loose heads with tender hearts and crisper outer leaves.
Young bok choy heads in their prime. Roughly 5-6" in size.
Flowering Chinese broccoli, similar to broccoli raab, but a bit more delicate in flavor and texture.
Flowering bok choy - very sweet with thick, crunchy stalks
Japanese mustard spinach. Mild and slightly sweet with the texture of baby spinach. Large leaf.
Fluffy texture, flourescent green, mild bitterness.
Soft-leafed lettuce with a mild, sweet favor. So fluffy, so lettuce.
Red Oakleaf and Green Buttercrunch. Small compact, dense heads. Please specify if you have a preference, otherwise farmer's choice!
Small to medium heads of tender salanova lettuce-green butter head and red oak leaf. Please specify the color when ordering, otherwise we'll make it an even mix.
Changes seasonally - this week is a mixture of colorful baby lettuces.
Second cut, pesto grade, large leaf
Bright vibrant color, approximately 1-2" wide.
Peppery arugula-like flavor. Ultra-versatile.
Flowers that taste like fresh peas!
Extremely vibrant red - tastes like beans!
Nickel to quarter-sized, deep red and burgundy.
Fennel/anise flavor packed into a beautiful flower, perfect as a garnish or as dried fennel pollen.
Mild and...cucumbery. Excellent!
Medium to large leaves.
Also known as Sichuan Button, these flowers have an extremely fragrant and mouth-numbing sensation. Super-cool for drinks or confections. A little bit goes a long way!
Quarter-sized, turn bright pink in acidic infusions
Mildly spicy, crunchy, and excellent pickled.
Bright star-shaped flowers with a mild neutral flavor
Particularly fragrant, with a slight garlic spice.
Bright purple flowers with a strong sage flavor, just like the leaves.
Slightly citrusy and minty - sometimes called citrus lace.
Crisp succulent with a dew-like surface and a refreshing flavor. Roughly 2-inch tips.
Crisp succulent with a dew-like surface and a refreshing flavor. Palm-sized leaves.
Bright floral flavor with a distinct acidic punch.
Close to the texture of asparagus with a distinct acidity. Best cooked.
A slightly peppery, fruity leaf from tuberous nasturtium.
Dime-sized and super-pretty!
Soft leaves with a subtle cucumber flavor.
Aromatic minty plant in the oregano/marjoram family.
French sorrel, good acidity.
A rare find, also called Peruvian Black Mint. Somewhat minty, nutty, and anise-like with citrus notes. A delight in cocktails.
Like regular tarragon, but a bit more fragrant. Edible flowers included.
Small, delicate fronds of flat-leaf parsley.
Small, delicate fronds of chervil.
Particularly fragrant, with a slight garlic spice.
Please specify Cinnamon or Lemon Basil when ordering (no Genovese right now).
Also called Chinese flowering leek - the texture and flavor is closer to a leek rather than a chive. Denser and flatter than regular chives, but with a more earthy flavor.
Good ol tarragon - widely under-appreciated, but a staple in our kitchen.
Tender, fragrant frawns of overwintered fennel.
Green Italian oregano.
Golden Italian oregano.
Similar to celery or parsley, but with a distinctly aromatic, floral aroma.
A type of spearmint, the sweetest from our extensive mint trials.
Darker variety of mint with a distinct dark chocolate scent.
Good ol' regular thyme.
A slightly more fragrant and subtle variety.