Updated March 26, 2020
Our farm fresh produce and baked goods are available every Sunday, rain or shine, at the Corralitos Farm and Garden Market from 11:00 to 3:00.
127 Hames Road, Corralitos, CA
Welcome to This Week's Harvest.
Mandarins have become sweet, juicy and very flavorful. Cabbage is now large and abundant.
This week we will continue to focus on safety as we bring fresh local food to the market. All produce is freshly picked and touched by just one or at most two people from the field to your market bag or basket. (Market bags are now available on the list below)
You are invited to preorder straight from the list by simply replying to this email with a list of what you would like and I will prepare it ahead of time. Or you may order directly from the website:
For those of you who prefer to see what you are getting before you purchase, we ask that just one person at a time approach the table and that those who are waiting, maintain the recommended distance of six feet between one and other.
Here is the complete list for the week:
Naturally Grown (No chemical pesticides or fertilizers ever)
Jan Boyce $1.50 each
Shiitake $5 / basket
Vegetables and Herbs:
Broccolini $2 / bunch
Cabbage- green and red. $1 / pound
Spigarello $3 / bag
Collard Greens $3 / bag
Salad mix $3 / bag
Garlic chives $1 / bunch
Cherimoya $6 / pound
Mandarins $2 / basket
Meyer Lemons $1 / basket
Eureka Lemons $1 / basket
Bearss Limes $1 / basket
Fresh Cut Flowers
Calla Lilies $1 each
Dried Fruit and Herbs
Hoshigake (Dried persimmons). $5 / bag
Persimmon leather :$5 / bag
Pure persimmon, chile lime, chocolate
Mugwort $5 / bag
Baked goods made with organic ingredients:
Whole Wheat Bread $5 / loaf
and Onion rolls $1.00 each
- Made from freshly ground organic whole wheat
Flat bread $4 / bag
- Gluten free, vegan, made from organic soaked grains
By advance request: (reply to this email if you would like me to bring any of the following:
Aloe Vera $10 / lb
Kaffir Lime Leaves $3 / bag
Many items on this list are visible on the website and can be pre ordered to ensure availability.
Our family farm is at the end of a private country road surrounded by diverse habitats of chaparral, oak woodland, redwoods and riparian zones. We use natural farming methods to feed ourselves and provide a local source for people wanting fresh, high quality and perhaps unusual avocados. We never use chemical or synthetic fertilizers or pesticides of any kind, nor grow any GMO crops.