A basket of cucumbers

Photo by Alison Shaw

Our season is in full swing, with fresh ripe crops coming in from the fields several times a day. The first flush of our early corn will be gone by the weekend, but we’ll have top-quality mainland corn in its place to bridge the gap until our main crop is ripe later this month.

This year’s cucumber yield is abundant and tasty. We have slicing cucumbers and small salad cucumbers, with pickling cukes on their way. Rainbow carrots, wax beans and green beans are also in good supply, though purple beans have yet to come.

Photo by Alison Shaw

Tomatoes from our greenhouse are ripe and ready and Japanese eggplants have just started coming in. Sweet shishito peppers are also ripening — they are wonderful fried or charred.

Our favorite tomato recipes »»

Young women making flower bouquets at the farm.

The flower crew makes bouquets from 1 to 5 p.m. in the tent on the farmstand lawn.

You can’t miss the colorful bouquets of our farm-grown flowers, and in the afternoon you can watch them being created from buckets of freshly-cut blooms.

Frequently asked flower questions »»

Come in and see what else is fresh at the farmstand! There’s always something new.

What’s in season in July »»