Here are some of the plants, herbs and vegetables for the summer - also ask about our Cascades Hops!
We have two daylily colors - burgandy & yellow, and solid yellow. The hostas have a varigated leaf and produces a stalk of purple flowers.
We have red and yellow slicing tomatoes, fabulous red and yellow cherry tomatoes, tomatillo and two heirloom varieties.
Rosemary Cilantro Parsley and more
We grow basil, sage, rosemary, cilantro, chives, oregano, thyme, dill, lemon balm, mint and parsley. Most we sell fresh; we have dried sage and rosemary in 4oz jars.
Radish Carrots Beets
You can see from the leaves that we are not dusting or applying any pesticide - we prefer a pesticide-free veggie. The leaves may look "holey" but the radish tastes great!
Beans Peas Sugar Snaps
We are growing 4 types of beans this year - green, bush, white and soy. Soy beans will be picked and sold fresh - you can blanch, salt and freeze them at home for edamame.
Melons Cucumbers Gourds
The melons planted this year are watermelon, cantaloupe and pumpkin. We are growing two kinds of slicing cucumbers and trying gherkins as well. Bottle gourds are in the plan, too.