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Our Produce

ProduceThere are many varieties of vegetables. We plant only the ones that are suited to grow well in the local area/climate. Rich soil and our careful variety selection allows us to grow the best quality produce possible.

** Harvest dates may vary as they are dependent upon the weather **

This is a list of the crops grown in our field:

(In order of appearance throughout the season...)

Super Sweet Carrots – Year Round

  • High in beta-carotenes, which are converted to vitamin A in the liver, and then used by the eyes to make special pigments, promoting good night-vision 

Radish – May and June

  • High in vitamins, and a good source of fibre.

Spinach – May to November

  • Excellent source of Vitamin K, iron, calcium and magnesium, which are all great for maintaining healthy bones.

Kale - July to October

  • A natural source of Vitamins A, C, K and protein!
  • Great for salads, steaming, smoothies and Kale Chips! (See our blog for a favourite recipe!)

Beans (Green and Yellow) – July to September

  • A natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, high in fibre and loaded with vitamins.

Beets (Cylindrical and Round) – July to November

  • Beet greens have a very high iron content, excellent for steaming or eating raw.
  • Beet root is high in folic acid, and beneficial to people with anemia. But be careful of your portions… They can be extremely potent when juicing.

Broccoli – July to October

  • High in vitamin C, which aids in cataract prevention, potassium rich and loaded with fibre.

Potatoes – Mid-July to October

  • Great source of vitamin B6, copper, manganese and full of anti-oxidants.

Cabbage – July to September

  • This is an iodine rich vegetable, high in vitamin E and uses vitamin C and sulphur to aid detoxification.

Dillweed – July to Frost

  • Source of calcium and holds natural anti-bacterial properties.

Sweet Corn – August to October

  • High vitamin source, including B1, B5, C and E; and a natural source of essential fatty acids and complex carbohydrates.

Walla Walla Onions – August to October

  • Contain natural anti-septic properties, rich in vitamins A, B and C, and a natural source of chromium. 

** At our farm store, you may also find a limited variety of in-season, locally grown fruits, brought from the fruit growers of the Okanagan **

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