The Dahlia Farm
Our weekly basket varies relative to the season. Early on we feature more cold and short-seasoned cropsrelying heavily on assorted greens (spinach, arugula, cress, radish, salad mix, field greens, mizuna, chives.Mid-seson will find more root and heat crops such as tomatoes, kohlrabi, beets, carrot, summer squash, zuchini, basil, sage, parsely, broccoli, swiss chard, rapa and pak choi. The advent of autumn brings our late season produce to the above mix introducing our first brussel sprouts, butternut and acorn squash, pumpkins, and a return to the cool-loving, greens. Please find "The Dahlia Farm, Middleboro" on YouTube for our weekly video offerings.
Community Supported Agriculture, quality restaurant produce grower, CSAs now enrolling for 2011, subscription farm, Certified Naturally Grown, specialty greens, Asian greens, hand-made soap, free-range eggs, farmers market, Middleboro, Bridgewater, Carver, Plympton, Plymouth, Lakeville, Raynham, Halifax, Massachusetts CSA, heirloom varieties, tomatoes, half-share CSA available, full-share, 18 week CSA, CNG, no GMO, chemical-free, pesticides-free
Season: May through October
Type: Single farm
No of Shares: 75
Full Share: $500/year (18-week season)
1/2 Share: $290/year
Work Req? No
Pick Up/Drop Off Points:
The Dahlia Farm (Mon Fri)
Members may pick-up their shares on either monday or friday afternoons in Middleboro, or at additional drop-points, to be announced.
Contact: James Reynolds
Address: 410 Plymouth Street, Middleboro, MA 02346
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