Our fresh, naturally grown produce starts the summer season in June. Broccoli, green onions, leaf lettuces,snap peas, and radishes erupt from our beds of compost laden soil. Luscious, red strawberries from nearby farms (next year we hope to have our own) are featured on our Locavore bench in our farmstand, along with red ripe tomatoes and blueberries also grown on local New England farms. By July, our most important crop of heirloom tomatoes starts to ripen. Featuring over twenty varieties of 19th century, Cherokee Indian, and Amish varieties of tomatoes from yesteryear, our heirloom tomatoes are featured at Marblehead, Swampscott, and Salem Farmers Markets, as well as several local restaurants and our farmstand. Sugar-enhanced sweet corn is usually available daily from July 1st until the first frost in the fall. Throughout the summer, we feature various fruits and vegetables from our fields as well as from other quality New England farms.
- Thursdays from 3 PM to 7 PM at Salem Farmers Market, Front Street, Town House Square
- Saturdays from 9 AM to 12 PM at Marblehead Farmers Market in the parking lot behind the Middle School
- Sundays from 10 AM to 1 PM at Swampscott Farmers Market at 22 Monument Avenue on the lawn of Town Hall.