Your CSA Veggie Half Share Samples Through The Years

For 19 weeks, June through October, you receive a 2 1/2 – 10+ pound assortment of fresh vegetables and occasional flowers. This is approximately 1-2+ grocery bags worth. The quantity and variety will vary seasonally.

sample August Veggie CSA Half Share

in your crate

1/2# green beans

2 garlic heads

1 head broccoli

1/2# salad mix

2 cucumbers

1 zucchini – summer squash

yellow zucchinisummer squashespatty pan summer squash

1 melon!

1# tomatoes

mucho sunflowers!

 

 

 

sample September Veggie CSA Half Share

 

in your crate

basil in field

1/3# basil is very delicate – enjoy asap!

1/2# edamame

edamame, ready for you! late Aug 2012edamame

1 1/2# tomatoes!

cherish the final tomatoes late Oct 2015 indigo rose tomatoes Harvest # 18 2014

some of the variety of tomatoes we have this year (2016) a variety of the tomatoes we have this 2016 season

1 head broccoli

1/2 # radish

1 pepper

green peppers assorted peppers

1/4# parsley

1 chinese cabbage

1 head lettuce

1/4# greens mix (bagged)

2 garlic

swier family farm garlic

1/2# carrots

1 spaghetti squash

spaghetti winter squash

share-crates-9-13-16

share crate: all of the above! and eggplant,  summer squash and zucchini

4 thoughts on “Your CSA Veggie Half Share Samples Through The Years

  1. Hi
    Would I be able to opt out on tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, and eggplant, and substitute? If not, then I can share with friends. Thank you. Gareth

      • Thank you. Am still working on finances to figure out when I can do this. I expect you need that soon. If I can, I’d like to send you 200 now and 160 in about a month. I’m good with anything green as a substitute as long as no okra…bleh. Gareth

      • hi Gareth,

        sure, that works wonderfully for us.

        we do have a “scholarship share” as well, if you’d like to get in on that, let’s talk.

        thanks,

        Chris Swier

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