Farm Happenings at Root 5 Farm
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Farm Happenings at Root 5 Farm

Love your vegetables

Posted on October 29th, 2019
Carrot harvest continues... it's a beautiful, tasty, and abundant crop this year. We're storing over 18,000 lbs of carrots so you can eat them all winter until next spring!  read more »

Love your vegetables

Posted on October 25th, 2019

Sarah's planting our final bed for the season!

Posted on October 22nd, 2019
Our hoop houses are looking great for November-January winter greens harvest. These late indoor plantings of spinach, kale, lettuce mix, swiss chard, scallions, bok choy, and radishes will fill your CSA boxes with fresh greens even when it's freezing and there's snow on the ground outside! Keep in mind... read more »

Sarah's planting our final bed for the season!

Posted on October 17th, 2019
Our hoop houses are looking great for November-January winter greens harvest. These late indoor plantings of spinach, kale, lettuce mix, swiss chard, scallions, bok choy, and radishes will fill your CSA boxes with fresh greens even when it's freezing and there's snow on the ground outside! Keep in mind... read more »

picking brussels sprouts

Posted on October 15th, 2019
Chilly mornings, numb fingers while we harvest in the fog. Sunshine breaks through and we feel like kings and queens as we warm up in the golden light.  read more »

picking brussels sprouts

Posted on October 11th, 2019
We've got a beautiful crop of brussels sprouts this year and we're excited to send them your way. The key to cooking brussels sprouts is high heat and a relatively short cooking time.  Try roasting, pan-searing, shaving, or check out this last-minute appetizer: crispy brussels sprout chips. They're... read more »

cold weather greens

Posted on October 8th, 2019
Seth is loving the harvest from our gorgeous field of kale, collards, cabbage, and brussels sprouts. These incredible plants keep on going despite the hard frost we had on Friday night. In fact, their flavors get even better and sweeter as the temperatures get colder.  read more »

cabbage, kale, collards! ooolala!

Posted on October 4th, 2019
We love these cold hardy crops- keeping us healthy, still eating our greens throughout these colder months.  read more »

Young Ginger

Posted on October 1st, 2019
Most of us know ginger as a thick-skinned, fibrous and spicy root that's imported from far away places. This fresh "young" ginger that we grow is juicy and plump, with a pink blush. It's tender enough to eat raw in salads, and it has an almost translucent skin that doesn’t need peeling. We... read more »