Do you have fond memories of oh-so-many zucchini squashes in the garden? That's because it's so easy to grow. It's also very versatile and Whitehurst Farm loves to offer it!
Tropicana Head Lettuce
Often a base for a typical salad or to top off a juicy burger, head lettuce is almost a tradition for many families. Come get yours at Whitehurst Farm.
A turnip isn't something you typically think to add to a salad. But Whitehurst Farm salad turnips are the perfect size and texture to add an element of interest to your bowl of healthy greens!
As pretty as it is healthy, Whitehurst Fam chard is a welcome addition to your plate and your palate!
Green beans have been a staple on dining room tables for hundreds of years. They often represent tradition (Green Bean Casserole, anyone?) and can bring back memories of popping off the tips while sitting on the porch with Grandma. Whitehurst Farm is proud to share in the tradition!
For many, the pungent aroma of garlic often brings happy memories to mind, of creating in the kitchen or enjoying a special dish at a favorite restaurant. Create your own memories while including Whitehurst Farm garlic in your meals!
Arugula from Whitehurst Farm, with its peppery taste, balances sweeter elements in salads and other dishes, plus packs a nutritional punch!
You can't beat using Whitehurst Farm beets to add color and nutrition to meals ranging from salads to a "meat and potatoes" plate!
Whether stuffed with peanut butter, sautéed into aromatics, or blended into a juice, working Whitehurst Farm celery into your eating plan is a healthy idea!
For some, kale can be an acquired taste. But at Whitehurst Farm we think it's well worth the effort! Its touch of bitterness compliments other greens and goes well with meats such as ham or bacon.
Asian greens from Whitehurst Farm provide variety and additional health benefits into your dishes. They are worth experimenting with!
Is there anything better than a fresh, ripe tomato? They are so versatile too! Here at Whitehurst Farm, we love to provide a variety of tomatoes during the season, which generally runs May through October.