Opening in 2020!

Though 2020 may seem like a long time away, perennials are not something that can be rushed.  Lettuce may come to harvest in as little as 2 months, but apple trees, blueberries, currants and gooseberries can take 4-10 years to be productive.  A sugarbush can take a lifetime to mature, bees need a season to get their stores laid in and mushrooms need time and patience to establish.

Our crop list is still under development, but below you can get a rough idea of products to expect by month.  If you’d like to follow along with the project, enter your email address below for updates.

January:
-Elderberry & Raw Honey Oxymel
-Apple Cider Vinegar
-Garlic
-Milkweed Capers
-Herbal Vinegars
-Herbal Teas (evergreen tips, rose hips, etc)

February:
-Chaga Mushroom Tincture
-Storage Apples
-Fruit Preserves (Currant, Plum, etc)
-Sunchokes
-Herbal Teas

March:
-Storage Apples (Newton Pippin)
-Honey
-Worm Compost
-Herbal Teas

April:
-Maple Syrup
-Oyster Mushrooms
-Herbal Teas

May:
-Dandelion Greens
-Fiddlehead Ferns
-Ramps
-Asparagus
-Cut Flowers (Lilacs)
-Linden Salad Greens
-Hosta Shoots
-Rhubarb
-Herbal Teas

June:
-Strawberries
-Asparagus
-Perennial Greens/flower Salad (violets, etc)
-Early Serviceberries
-Honeyberries
-Cherries
-Rhubarb
-Herbal Teas
-Garlic Scapes

July:
-Summer Apples (Yellow Transparent)
-Blueberries
-Herbs (Chives, Thyme, Oregano, etc)
-Raspberries
-Gooseberries
-Herbal Teas (Linden blossom, etc)

August:
-Chanterelles
-Herbs (Chives, Thyme, Oregano, etc)
-Blackberries
-Blueberries
-Gooseberries
-Herbal Teas

September:
-Plums
-Table Grapes & Wine Grapes
-Blackberries
-Pears
-Herbal Teas

October:
-Fall Apples
-Apple Cider
-Wine Cap Mushrooms
-Grape Juice
-Herbal Teas

November:
-Cranberries
-Shiitake Mushrooms
-Sunchokes
-Herbal Teas

December:
-Husk Cherries
-Cider Syrup
-Cider Jelly
-Christmas Trees
-Sunchokes
-Herbal Teas

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