Asparagus – Beginning of May Mid June.
Easter Egg Radishes – Beginning of June to Mid July
An Easter Egg radish is the quintessential spring radish, planted in the spring and harvested early so that the size is kept small, resulting in tender, flavorful flesh. Great not only in salads and as garnish but fabulous sautéed and stirfried!
Atomic Red Carrot – Beginning of July to End of December
This variety gets its hue from the anti oxidant Lyscopene. You can draw out more of this carrots amazing red hue by steaming roasting or baking. Another amazing twist on a versatile rustic vegetable!
Medium Rainbow Carrots – Available Year-Round. Starting July 1 2014
An exceptionally crisp and tasty carrot in bright colours that light up your plate. Colours range from white, yellow, light and dark orange, purple and red. A fabulous twist on a traditional rustic veg.
Mini Rainbow Carrots – Available Year-Round.
They’re sweeter than regular carrots because they have a higher sugar content. No need to peel and are wonderful roasted or sautéed. This will get your guests talking!
Flying Saucer Trio Squash Mix – Mid July to End of September
These tiny, thin-skinned baby squash can be pan-fried, broiled or steamed, sprinkled with herbs, drizzled with olive oil or dotted with butter for a quick and easy hot vegetable dish. Raw, they can star in a fantastic salad.
Thumbelina Carrots – Available Year-Round Starting July 1 2014
No need to peel these amazing round carrots. Deliciously tender, with a very smooth skin. Rustic veggies have never been so great!
Cherry Heirloom Tomatoes – Mid August to End of September
Heirloom tomato flavours and colours are very different from the regular store bought varieties. They are far more vibrant, diverse in texture and full of flavour. Heirlooms are purebred tomatoes, original varieties that are at least 60 years old.