Farmstand

on May 16th, 2013 by Chrissy

At our market stand we stock our own seasonally available produce, as well as jams and jellies made with our very own berries! In addition to the delicious goods grown in our very own garden, we always carry locally grown and produced potatoes, honey and peanut and filbert brittle.

Bernards Farm - purveyors of amazing sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers and more fresh grown produce

As the season progresses, we stock produce as it is available from the field. During the fall season we pick our carving and pie pumpkins, winter squash and new-season filberts. During winter, we have gift boxes that can be bought at the farm or sent to relatives and friends far away.

Produce Availability Chart: Dates are approximate- call for specifics.
Key:
* = produce we do not grow ourselves, but is grown locally and sold by us
— = we try to keep this produce stocked until the end of the season.

Vegetable Crop Start Date End Date
Lettuce May 15 October 31
Kohlrabi May 15
Strawberries May 20 July 4
Basil June 1 September 31
Zuchini June 1 October 15
Summer Squash June 1 October 15
Sunflowers June 1
Cucumbers – Slicing June 15 October 15
Cucumbers – Pickling June 15 October 15
Sweet Onions June 15 July 31
Raspberries July 1 July 25
Cucumbers – Lemon July 1 October 15
* Blueberries July 5 September 15
* Marionberries July 5 July 25
Sweet Corn July 10 October 31
Beans July 15 October 15
Watermelon July 15 October 15
Cantaloupe July 15 October 15
Cut Flowers July 15 October 15
* Local Peaches July 20 ?
* Potatoes July 21
Tomatoes August 1 October 15
Peppers August 1 October 15
Beets August 1 October 31
Cabbage August 1
Carrots August 1
Eggplant August 1
Garlic August 1
White Onions August 15
Yellow Onions August 15
Tomatillos August 15 October 31
Fall Raspberries September 1 October 15
Red Onions September 15
Winter Squash September 15
Pumpkins October 1
Filberts / Hazelnuts October 15
New Crop Walnuts November 15
Broccoli ? ?
Cauliflower ? ?

 

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    Yamhill Valley Grown Lincoln City Farmer's Market Norpac