We are a 5 acre Regenerative,
No-Till Urban Farm
Farming in Central Texas revolves around two contrasting seasons: cool and hot.
We grow and eat produce according to its natural cycle within the Texas climate for the tastiest and healthiest harvest.
As a small farm contending with weather, pests, seed problems, and not least of all ourselves, not all crops are available at any given time.
The following is a general guide to what we grow during the cool and hot seasons.
Keep in mind this list isn’t comprehensive, and we offer several varietals of lots of the produce listed; seasons and the weather are also not in our control, so this is a generalization of what is typical.
We also suggest shopping early. We strive for abundance, but the popular stuff tends to sell out!
Cool Season Offerings
November through end of April:
Fall-Winter-Spring Lettuce Salad Mix
Chicory Salad Mix
(escarole, radicchio, frisee)
(Brussels, mustard, collards, chard, turnip, kales, beet, etc)
Hot Season Offerings
May to end of October:
Tomatoes (May – mid August)
Melons (July – August)
Crimson Lamb’s Quarters
Figs (June – July)
Hard Squash (July – November)