We started our organic produce program many years ago and now grow a wide variety of vegetables through the winter months. We now grow baby sunflower greens, tomatoes, lettuce, arugula, microgreens, peppers, eggplant, kohlrabi, cabbage, broccoli, four varieties of kale and others throughout the season. We are certified by the State of Colorado as an organic grower for our sunflower greens and we never use chemical controls on any of our produce, so you can be assured that you are getting the freshest, most flavorful, locally grown vegetables available!
Tender, crisp lettuce in the dead of a Colorado winter. Fresh baby sunflower greens year round. Vine ripened tomatoes bursting with flavor for Christmas. Fresh veggies – yes, you can have them too! But come early- we’re usually sold out relatively early each morning, or call and we’ll hold it for you!
Baby Sunflower Greens- Use them on a sandwich, in a wrap, in a salad, instead of zucchini in zucchini bread, juiced, on a pizza, in quiche. There are so many ways to use these powerhouses of nutrients. With the same protein as lean chicken (25%) they’re packed with all the nutrition you need and they’re available year round!
Vine Ripened Tomatoes– Fresh and vine ripened in the dead of winter! Enjoy tomatoes fresh from our greenhouse in the cold of a Colorado winter, as a special Christmas treat, or in salads, on sandwiches or wraps.
Our Own Lettuce Mix-Tender, crisp and green, our special blend salad mix is a fresh treat through the fall, winter and spring. Enjoy it as a change from the packaged stuff at the store. Come on in and we’ll cut it fresh for you! Spinach, Radishes, Kale and more! We’ve expanded our production of these popular crops. Call ahead to see what’s available each day!
Beginning on November 9th and running through the middle of March, we’ll be hosting an indoor Farmers Market on Saturday mornings from 10 am – 1 pm. You’ll find everything from fresh produce, meats and eggs to your holiday baked goods in one convenient stop. Join us on Saturday mornings for a cup of coffee, a goodie or two and support your local producers at the same time.