Springtime awakens to the sound of horse-drawn plows shaping the fields and preparing the fertile soil for delicate plants soon to follow. Plants are gently placed in the neatly tilled soil by our small farm families. Plant varieties are carefully selected for each farm's soil conditions. Our farmers utilize a diverse range of cover crops to provide rich fertilizer for the young plants. Natural organic nutrients are fed to the plants during their growth and production stage.
From our farms to your table, our vegetables receive countless hours of dedicated care to ensure wholesome goodness for you and your family. Truly some of the best food on the planet is grown in the plain communities of northeast Ohio by Green Field Farms producers.
Lush, red, and mouthwatering best describe our certified organic tomatoes. Green Field Farms Tomatoes are delicious when eaten raw on salads and sandwiches, or when cooked down for canning juices and sauces. All our fruit is harvested by hand to ensure ripeness and quality.
Vibrant colored sweet bell peppers grace the strong pepper plants as the fruit approaches maturity. Our certified organic peppers are delicious to eat raw, and add a sweet crunchy accent to your favorite dish. Fruits are hand selected and harvested to ensure the ripeness and quality of each pepper.
Green Field Farms Grape Tomatoes are very tasty and make a perfect raw ingredient in simple salads with farmer's cheese and your favorite dressing. Soft, juicy, and with a longer shelf life than traditional tomatoes, they are easy keepers and make an excellent snack.
The deep, glossy purple color of Green Field Farms Eggplant reflects the wholesome goodness our products are known for. Their unique taste and slightly spongy texture provide superior nutritional value for you and your family. Eggplant is cut from the stalk and carefully packaged by caring hands to ensure a quality and healthy fruit for your table.
Green Field Farms Cabbage is one of the most popular certified organic vegetables we produce. The protective layers of dark leaves are pulled back to reveal a large firm head of cabbage with soft, light green inner leaves. Cabbage is served raw in coleslaw and salads. Our legendary sauerkraut, made from fermented cabbage and salt, combined with mashed potatoes makes a delicious meal. Cabbage is well-known for its high vitamin and mineral content.
Thanks to its heartiness, Green Field Farms Kale is harvested from mid-summer to late fall â€“ after most crops have succumbed to an early frost. The unique crinkled leaves of green kale can be seen on many of our Amish produce farms. Kale has grown in popularity because of its cholesterol-lowering ability. This becomes more evident when it is steamed. Kale has also shown the ability to lower the risk of at least five different types of cancer. In addition to raw kale, Green Field Farms also offers Kale Chips in a variety of flavors for a healthy snack.
Sliced on a salad, or pickled for canning purposes, our cucumbers are known by their beautifully marked dark green skin and exceptional taste. Green Field Farms Cucumbers burst with flavor given to them by the organic nutrients in the soil they sprout from.
Our broad leafed zucchini plants blossom in early spring and bear a fancy tender fruit during the summer months. Our certified organic zucchinis are hand-picked when the fruit is half grown to maximize taste and usability. This fruit is scrumptious when sliced and fried in butter, or for use in making bread or cakes.
Yellow Squash is a near cousin to the popular green zucchini. This fruit is harvested in the summer and fall and hauled from the fields by horse drawn wagons. Use Green Field Farms Yellow Squash to make delicious and healthy stir fries for you and your family.
Green Field Farms Seedless Watermelons are certified organic and uphold the authenticity of quality in its fleshy center and firm rind. This unique variety is sweet inside but without the numerous seeds found in conventional watermelons.
Fall squash are a wonderful way to finish the season. They are called winter squash or sometimes hard squash because they can be stored in a cool dry basement or root cellar for the winter. Try butternuts or acorns with Green Field Farms delicious maple syrup to make a great Thanksgiving dish.
- Butternut Squash, also known in Australia and New Zealand as butternut pumpkin, is a type of winter squash. It has a sweet, nutty taste similar to that of a pumpkin, and can be used in pies instead of pumpkin. It has yellow skin and orange fleshy pulp. Butternuts are rich in beta-carotene and fiber.
- Acorn Squash, also called pepper squash or Des Moines squash, is a winter squash with distinctive longitudinal ridges and sweet, yellow-orange flesh. The most common acorn squash have a dark green, almost black skin, but can also be found in white or orange, or speckled with all three colors.
- Spaghetti Squash, like their hard squash cousins, have a unique mild flavor considering the complex nutrient content they provide. The fruit can range from ivory to yellow or orange in color. The orange varieties have higher carotene content. Spaghetti Squash is undoubtedly one of the most unique foods you'll come across. This melon-shaped winter squash is named for its flesh, which separates into spaghetti-like strands after it is cooked.
The unique crimson colored Green Field Farms Red Beets adds a tasty crunch to your favorite sandwich. The smooth round bulbs of the ripened fruit are gathered by hand to ensure a quality product from our farms to your table.