What We Grow

What We Grow

The Byrd Farm is extremely proud to be USDA Certified Organic!  We are a farm family who knows the importance of treating our earth with respect as we incorporate sustainable agricultural practices in our approach to farming.  As we work to preserve our rural heritage, we grow as nature intended...avoiding harsh chemicals and poisons. We know that what we do today will be our children's legacy tomorrow.

What We Grow

 

Late Winter to
Early Spring

Late Spring to
Early Summer

Late Summer to
Early Fall

Late Fall to
Early Winter

Arugula

Beets

Carrots 

Broccoli Raab

Rainbow Swiss Chard¨

Collards

Kale Varieties – (Red Russian, Tuscan, Rainbow Lacinato)

Kohlrabi 

Salad Greens

Mustard

Onion  (scallions)

Radishes – (French    Breakfast, Black Spanish, Daikon, Round)

Spinach

Turnips

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arugula

Basil

Beets

Blackberries

Broccoli Raab

Carrots

Rainbow Swiss Chard

Cucumbers

Eggplant

Green Snap Beans

Garlic

Herbs

Leeks

Salad Greens¨

Onions 

Radishes – (French Breakfast, Black Spanish, Daikon, Round)

Spinach

Strawberries

Sugar Snap Peas¨

 Summer Squash

Tomatoes  

Potatoes

Flowers

Basil

Beets  

Carrots

Cucumbers

Eggplant 

Garlic

Green Snap Beans 

Herbs  

Mixed Salad Greens 

Okra

Onions

Potatoes

Tomatoes – cherry

Tomatoes – red slicing

Tomatoes – Heirloom¨

Peppers – (sweet, hot, bell)

Shallots  

Summer Squash

Winter Squash

Flowers

 

 

 

Arugula 

Beets

Broccoli

Broccoli Raab

Rainbow Swiss Chard¨  

Brussels Sprouts

Carrots  

Cauliflower

Rainbow Swiss Chard 

Collards  

Kale -(Red Russian, Tuscan, Rainbow,Lacinato)  

Kohlrabi

Salad Greens

Mustard

Onions (green bunching)

Radishes  

Spinach 

Turnips

Winter Squash

Sweet Potatoes

Ginger and Tumeric

 

 

*This list is representative of crops grown in past seasons.  It is not a guarantee of a particular vegetable, variety or quantity. 

In addition to the vegetables which are grown to organic standards on our farm, we also bring to market a selection of seasonal fruit from local farms.