Our growing selection of vegetables is packed with some of the best varieties to come out of the British Columbia.
Hearty and rich, this vegetable is best known for its tart taste in foods like pies and jams.
Holding a rich, musky, garlicky flavor and is very hot when eaten raw. The Russian Red (Rocambole Garlic) variety has brownish-purplish bulb wrappers with easy to peel clove covers. The Russian Red's season begins early summer and can be stored right through to mid winter.
The spherical-shaped heads of the Brussel Sprout pack earthy flavors with hints of cabbage. The more ripe and mature they are, the stronger these flavors become. Available during the fall season.
Garden asparagus is the most commonly known and harvested variety of asparagus. While some species of asparagus are harvested for ornamental use, the Garden variety's spears, when eaten, provide a grassy and earthy sweetness with leaves resembling scales. Harvested in August and held through the winter months.
Containing a mildly sweet flavor and an almost dry texture, squash's hard rind protects and seals its flavor well. We offer varieties such as Butternut, Acorn, Kabocha, Spaghetti and Zucchini during the fall through winter months.
At peak ripeness and freshly harvested, sweet corn is sweet and sugary with hints of almond. Harvest season begins around mid summer and our growers always produce heavy runs.