Produce Sales to the General Public
FALL, WINTER & SPRING: Here in South Florida, most of the annual vegetables that people typically want to eat, grow best from late September through April/early May. We start planting our fall crops in late September and generally will not have vegetables or herbs ready until early November. Not all crops are planted at the same time and not all crops are ready at the same time. Mother Nature ALWAYS dictates! The following is a list of vegetables and herbs typically grown at Shadowood. Each season we grow multiple types of each item listed and always try to grow heirloom and/or unusual varieties:
Beans, Beets, Broccolis, Cabbages, Carrots, Cauliflowers, Chards, Collards, Cucumbers, Eggplants, Fennel, Asian Greens, Kales, Kohlrabis, Lettuces, Scallions, Peas, Peppers, Radishes, Squash, Tomatoes, Turnips, Herbs.
stay tuned for what the fall of 2018 and
our 9th season of gardening will bring!
SUMMER MONTHS: Some local farmers and home gardeners plant and enjoy more tropical veggies during the summer months. From May through early September at Shadowood, we say a sad "goodbye" to our annual veggies and focus our energy on things that both re-nourish and rest the soil in our garden beds.
Because we are constantly expanding our perennial, agroforestry areas on the farm, should any tropical fruits become available over the summer months, we will advise when and where you can purchase these items.