Below you will find all of our current offerings! To place an order, simply email a list of units and quantities to [email protected] or text to 360-726-9467.
We harvest on Tuesdays and deliver on Wednesdays. Delivery is free in Kitsap County for orders over $50, but on-farm pickup in Poulsbo is available anytime. If you need product outside of our delivery schedule, please email us.
Nickel-sized fruit - fruity pineapple-like flavor. Great for savory or sweet applications. Makes a killer gastrique.
Large-ish cherry tomatoes with all the flavor of a full-sized heirloom. Less fruity than other cherry tomatoes, but delightfully savory. Excellent roasted.
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.
Mottled color fades when cooked. Slightly waxy with a mild, sweet flavor. Large, flat beans.
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.
Red veined spinach, baby leaf.
Flavor similar to a nutty spinach with thicker succulent leaves.
Japanese mustard spinach. Mild and slightly sweet with the texture of baby spinach. Large leaf.
Fluffy texture, flourescent green, mild bitterness.
Bright vibrant color, approximately 1-2" wide.
Peppery arugula-like flavor. Ultra-versatile.
Flowers that taste like fresh peas!
Nickel to quarter-sized, deep red and burgundy.
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!
Slightly citrusy and minty - sometimes called citrus lace.
Crisp succulent with a dew-like surface and a refreshing flavor. Roughly 2-inch tips.
Bright floral flavor with a distinct acidic punch.
A slightly peppery, fruity leaf from tuberous nasturtium.
Soft leaves with a subtle cucumber flavor.
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.
Good ol tarragon - widely under-appreciated, but a staple in our kitchen.
A type of spearmint, the sweetest from our extensive mint trials.
Good ol' regular thyme.
A slightly more fragrant and subtle variety.