Site Content

Produce

Annuals


The garden is planted in two areas, both have rich, bottom land soil. We have a very good growing area for vegetables but in growing anything we are at the mercy of the weather. We will do the best we can but there are no guarantees. The following is the typical plan for the Flying J Farm garden and the approximate dates when the produce is expected to be harvested:


                                                 May   Jun   Jul  Aug   Sep  Oct

Arugula                                            _____
Asparagus                             _______
Beans (Green)                                                    _____
Beets                                   _______
Broccoli                                          _______                       
Cabbage                                         _______
Corn                                         ___________
Cucumbers                              ________
Edamame Soybeans                     ______
Gourds                                                   _____
Leeks                                             ______
Lettuce (Many varieties)            ____
Melons (Cantalope)                         _______
Onions (yellow, red)                        ________
Parsnips                                          ________
Peas                                         _________     
Peppers (many varieties)           __________
Potatoes                                                 ___
Pumpkins                                               ___
Radish                                ____
Spinach                               ______
Squash (summer, winter)                 ________
Tomatoes (12+ varieties)           ___________
Turnips                                           _______
Herbs: basil, cilantro, sage
dill, mint, parsley, etc.           _______________


Perennials


The Flying J Farm has an expanding perennial garden as well. The old perennial garden includes asparagus, grapes, blueberries and apples. In the last couple of years we have been adding a permaculture forest garden which includes, strawberries, raspberries, apples, pair, peach, aronia berries, blueberries, rhubarb, asparagus, and more fruit trees.


Currently we do not have any produce for sale