What's Growing


Listed below is what we are currently growing at Wild Grace Farm and are for sale in the store depending on season and availability. This list will be changed and added to as we grow our farm.  Please contact us for the most up to date list of what is available. Our Farm Store is now OPEN for the season! The 2019 CSA is Sold Out!


I moved to Waldo, County less than a year ago with my family and we love it. One thing that is undeniable, is how the farming culture here is a massive part of what makes this area great. I spent some time meeting with local farmers and speaking to them about why they chose to start farming in Waldo County.

fruit

■ Apples ■ Blackberries ■ Blueberries ■ Cherries ■ Golden Raspberries ■ Grapes ■ Melons ■ Pumpkins ■ Raspberries ■Rhubarb ■ Strawberries


veggies

■ Artichokes ■ Asparagus ■ Beans ■ Beets ■ Broccoli ■ Brussel Sprouts ■ Cabbage ■ Carrots ■ Cauliflower ■ Celery ■ Corn ■ Cucumbers ■ Eggplant ■ Greens ■ Lettuce ■ Kale ■ Leeks ■ Onions ■ Parsnips ■ Peas ■ Peppers ■ Potatoes ■ Radish ■ Squash ■ Sweet Potatoes ■ Swiss Chard ■ Tomatillos ■ Tomatoes ■ Turnips


herbs

Basil ■ Bee Balm ■ Chamomile ■ Chives ■ Cilantro ■ Comfrey ■ Dill ■ Lavender ■ Lemon Balm ■ Lemongrass ■ Mint ■ Oregano ■ Rosemary ■Sage ■ Thyme


flowers

Farm fresh bouquets will be available in the store
and may include any of the following depending on the season.

Azaleas ■ Daisies ■ Daffodils ■ Delphineum ■ Flowering Trees & Shrubs ■ Forsythia ■ Greenery ■ Hostas ■ Hydrangeas ■ Iris ■ Lilacs ■ Lillies ■ Lupine ■ Peonies ■ Rhododendrons ■ Roses ■ Wildflowers


wild edibles

Depending on the season, various wild food & medicinal plants
foraged from the property will be available at the store:

Blackberries ■ Burdock ■ Clover ■ Comfrey ■ Dandelion ■ Fiddleheads ■ Mullein ■ Nettles ■ Yarrow