Bounty Season July 19 - October 18

Season Early Late
Basil (U-Pick)
x
Beans
x x
Beets
x x
Bok Choy
x
Broccoli
x x
Cabbage
x x
Carrots
x x
Celeriac
x
Celery
x
Chinese Cabbage
x
Collard Greens
x
Corn
x x
Cucumber
x
Eggplant
x x
Fennel
x
Garlic
x
Gourds (U-Pick)
x
Kale
x
Kohlrabi
x
Leeks
x
Lettuce Heads
x x
Muskmelon
x x
Onions
x x
Peppers
x
Potatoes
x x
Pumpkins (U Pick)
x
Pie Pumpkins
x
Ruby Heart Radish
x
Salad Mix
x x
Soybeans (Edamame)
x
Summer Squash
x x
Sweet Potatoes
x
Swiss Chard
x x
Tomatillo (U Pick)
x
Tomatoes
x x
Watermelon
x
Winter Squash
x
Zucchini

Weekly Share (July 19 - October 18) $480   
14 deliveries
A weekly box of fresh vegetables delivered for 14 consecutive weeks. The quantity is approximately a grocery bag full; easily consumed by a household that eats and cooks fresh vegetables.

5% discount on
orders received
by December 31

Bi-Weekly Share (July 19 - October 18) $290  
7 deliveries
A box of fresh vegetables delivered every-other-week over a 14 week period of time; 7 deliveries total. The quantity is the same as the Weekly Share, approximately a grocery bag full. The vegetables will stay fresh for two weeks. 

The Best of the Best. The Bounty Season is just that; the time of year when the bounty arrives in southern Wisconsin. The end of July is when it begins, continuing through October. This is when eating gets fun, with so much variety. The summer bounty of tomatoes, beans, corn and the like is eagerly awaited and celebrated when it arrives. The fall bounty in Wisconsin is incredible, we barely have enough room in the box to squeeze it all in. This Share focuses on the best of what is grown in Wisconsin. 

What to Expect. Although we grow nearly 40 different kinds of vegetables and fruits, you can expect more of the common vegetables and fewer deliveries of what most people consider unusual. You will receive multiple deliveries of sweet corn, salad mix, tomatoes, melons, broccoli, green beans, peppers, lettuce heads, onions, garlic, carrots, cucumbers, potatoes and zucchini. We aim to strike a balance between the veggies most people tell us they want and those new to the kitchen. We provide information and recipes for all vegetables and put a emphasis on helping you use the more unusual vegetables; hopefully they become fun and familiar.