Recipes Sweet Kabù Caprese Salad

This sweet Sweet Kabù salad will give a zing to an old classic. We love the balance of acidity and spicy sweetness. This recipe utilizes the entire Sweet Kabù plant. Its leaves are rich in folate, ... …Read more

Growing Tips Blog Transplanting: Zuccurì 

This article gives a breakdown of how to successfully transplant Zuccurì into your field or home garden. Chris outlines the preparation and irrigation needed for your plants to have the best chance at thriving once they are in the ground.   …Read more

Growing Tips Blog Transplanting: Fioretto and Shishimai 

In this article, Chris explains his methods for transplanting Fioretto and Shishimai seedlings into home gardens and fields. He points out important considerations such as when to transplant, soil and irrigating. …Read more

Meet the Farmers Blog The Culinary Gardener - Evan Chender

There is no doubt that Evan is madly in love with food. He cut his teeth working in some of the world’s most renowned kitchens and small farms. He obtained a degree in Sustainable Agriculture and has sought to cultivate a relationship with food from all angles and approaches. Since he was a young boy, he has sought a deep understanding and connection with the food lifespan, from planting to plating.   …Read more

Blog Fioretto, Delicate and Delicious

Fioretto, translated from Italian, means “little flower.” With just a glance at the vegetable, it is clear to see why it would take on such a name. It appears both pretty and delicate. This non-GMO vegetable is a hybrid of cauliflower and broccoli, taking on features from each. The result is a vegetable with a beautiful complexion and tiny florets.

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