1431 Foulk Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803

Open Tue-Fri 9-6, Sat 9-5

CSAs the week of September 4, 2023

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This is a list of what will be in the CSA – Community Supported Agriculture – shares this week. You can learn more about the CSA here, and you can sign up and manage your account here

Small: corn, tomatoes, sweet peppers, kabocha squash, lettuce, radishes, parsley or red basil, bartlett pears, and ginger gold or golden delicious apple

Large: the above plus Tokyo bekana, potatoes, escarole, a poblano, a habanero or other hot pepper, and chives or thyme

Fruit Only: peaches, cantaloupe or 1/4 watermelon, figs, and natural Thompson grapes

Flower: sunflowers, lisianthus, zinnias, celosia, gomphrena, etc

Trio: ground beef, stew meat, minute steak, whole chicken, pork loin roast, and bacon

Chicken Only: whole chicken, legs, boneless breasts, and broccoli rabe sausage

Recipe ideas for some share items

About Highland Orchards

Completely surrounded by suburbia, our small farm has been growing beyond expectations since 1832, just north of Wilmington, Delaware.

Growing a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, and flowers, Highland Orchards provides true “farm fresh” for the community all year. If you want to shake the hand of the farmer who grows for you, here is the farm! With plants in the ground or under cover in tunnels, we grow for every season. A family farm, we have three different generations involved in running the farm right now.

Come see us to eat fresh, eat local, and eat well!

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