CSA: Epic Gardens
Listing last updated on Mar 13, 2013
special new this year! FRESHLY ROASTED COFFEE FROM ROSTOV'S! No more wishing you had remembered to swing by the coffee shop.
Epic Gardens Community Cooperative delivers impeccably fresh locally grown produce to your door. A loosely organized group of farming friends cooperate to do this for our community.
Along with regular fare (like heirloom Tomatoes, Leafy Greens, Squashes, Beans, Peas and Sweet Corn) Epic Gardens is known for somewhat quirky (read 'Gourmet') items like Tomatillos and Cilantro, armloads of an extra aromatic variety of Sweet Basil, Molukhia (Jute, a green leafy staple of middle eastern cuisine), Bitter Melon, gourmet sweet melons, Jimmy Nardello and Black Pearl Peppers, Edible Bouquets, Organic Sweet Potatoes and, of course, Edamame.
Every week or so, an interesting and informative newsletter will appear with recipes and suggestions for using the unusual and new ideas for the usual vegetables.
EGG SHARES are available for $60 for 12 dozen, but you will need to reserve them the weeks you want them, because of the great demand.
Season: April through November
Type: multiple farm
Full Share: COST: The basic vegetable share is $500.00 for 20 weeks. A few working shares are available, so if you�??d like to commit to working 3 hours per month during any three months between April and September, either on the farm or at market, knock off
Work Req? No
Our Drop Offs and Delivery Areas :
Drop Off Point / Center of Delivery Area
Byrd House Market
Members pick up their shares between 4 and 6 p.m. at the farmers' market
The Farmers' Market at St. Stephens
Shareholders pick up their shares at St Stephens, the big church at the west end of Grove Avenue. Open Saturday 8-noon in warm season. Wednesday evening during cold short days, so the church supper people can come.
6000 Grove Avenue.
Richmond, VA 23228
by special decree: arrange pick up date and time with Sunny
Contact: Sunny Gardener
7800 Epic Road
Bon Air, VA 23235