What We Grow

producetableIn addition to growing produce for market and for use in farmstead pastas and sauces, Clario Farms operates a small CSA that serves a group of loyal and devoted members. With good planning and some luck we will be producing items like this:

  • Cauliflower – Our fancy snow white, cheddar and purple cauliflower varieties are always popular with members and market customers.
  • Broccoli – So delicious and versatile, we will be planting broccoli throughout the season to keep this staple available as much as possible.
  • Greens – a variety of lettuces, chard, arugula, asian greens, kale – we’ll have a different selection each week of the market.
  • Beans & Peas -We will be producing the classic assortment of sweet peas, yellow, purple and green french filet beans, plus our signature edamame soybeans.
  • producetable2Potatoes – Our customers will see our familiar adirondack blues, fingerling potatoes, yukon golds and classic baby reds.
  • Garlic – We always try to plant as much of our Clario garlic as we can – This european hardneck variety is well-adapted to our soil and occasionally harsh climate, and is the lifeblood for so many chefs and foodies.
  • Cucumbers – we will have the burpless slicing cukes growing in the greenhouse again, and hopefully we will be the first to market again this year.
  • Tomatoes – a good selection of heirloom, sungold cherries and classic romas
  • Squash – a selection of summer varieties, as well as some butternut and acorn for late season.
  • Strawberries – We are working on a small plot with these right now, but hope to increase size and output in the coming years.
  • Corn – As usual we will be giving organic sweet corn the ol’ college try. Always a crapshoot, but when it works out, it’s a real treat!

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