Locally Grown Vegetables

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What we're Growing


We use all organic and nonGMO seeds for our garden and fiuelds


We do n ot use synthetic fertilizers.  we only use natural fertilizers that helpimprove soil health


We cultivate & pull weeds to help allow the plants to grow well without using chemicals to keep the weeds down.


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Source: The USDA Vegetable Laboratory

  • Bell peppers are usually sold green, but they can also be red, purple or yellow.

  • Tomatoes are very high in the carotenoid Lycopene; eating foods with carotenoids can lower your risk of cancer.

  • Other vegetables high in carotenoids are carrots, spinach, sweet potatoes, and collard greens.

  • Most of the nutrients in a potato reside just below the skin layer.

  • A horn worm can eat an entire tomato plant by itself in one day!

  • In the United States, more tomatoes are consumed than any other single fruit or vegetable!

  • California produces almost all of the broccoli sold in the United States.

  • White potatoes were first cultivated by local Indians in the Andes Mountains of South America.

  • Yams and sweet potatoes are not the same thing!

  • A baked potato (with skin) is a good source of dietary fiber (4 grams).

  • Actually a fruit, it took a ruling by the Supreme Court in 1893 to make the tomato a vegetable.

  • Potatoes first appeared in Europe in 1586; they made it to North America in 1719.

  • The potato disease “Late Blight” was the principal cause of the Irish Potato Famine, which killed a half million people.

  • It is recommended that you eat five servings of fruit or vegetables a day. A serving equals one-half cup.


  • Start with Non GMO seeds and plants when available

  • Use natural fertilizer right from our farm animals

  • Weed the garden by hand without using and chemicals