Invincible Summer Farms specializes in growing rare, unique, and endangered heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Our seasonal produce is available direct to consumers via CSA and an on-site farmstand, as well as heirloom seedlings in the spring.
In addition to providing fresh produce to the public and fine restaurants, our primary mission of preserving biodiversity is fulfilled as seed savers with the maintenance of our seed bank with well over 6,000 crop varieties to date. As an example, the farm grows over 350 different tomato varieties every single year.
Biodiversity is a key to not only changing food systems, but keeping food traditions alive.
Invincible Summer Farms collaborates with other international growers and breeders to bring the best tasting, best looking and hardiest vegetables to the region. We actively work on our own breeding projects as well as provide assistance to others in germplasm maintenance.
The seed we offer for sale is the same stock for fresh vegetables we produce that is being eaten and enjoyed by our customers, fine dining establishments and processors. Meaning, we grow fresh produce, hear feedback from customers and chefs, and then save the seed from outstanding, rare varieties.
Season: October through December
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 20
Full Share: $350 for 9 weeks
Work Req? No
Riverhead Farmers Market
117 East Main St. Riverhead, NY
9am - 2pm
North Fork Table and Inn
57225 Main Rd, Southold, NY 11971
9am - 12pm
Our farmstand is located on Hortons Lane in Southold, between Main Rd. and Rt 48.
Fri: 1pm - 4pm
Sat: 9am - 4pm
Sun: 9am - 4pm
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I bought these seeds so I can make my own Chilli oil. They took awhile to get here but I waited and they even gave me extra seeds which was a surprise.... [more]
Pulses (beans, peas & lentils)
- Arikara Yellow bean
- Cherokee Trail of Tears bean
- Hidatsa Shield Figure bean
- Hutterite Soup bean
- Lina Cisco's Bird Egg bean
- Santa Maria Pinquitos bean
- True Red Cranberry bean
- Turkey Craw bean
- Chalk's Early Jewel tomato
- Cherokee Purple tomato
- Chiltepin Chile
- Datil Pepper
- Djena Lee's Golden Girl tomato
- Early Blood Turnip-rooted beet
- Fish pepper
- German Pink tomato
- Green-striped cushaw, aka Tennessee Sweet Potato Cushaw squash
- Hinkelhatz Hot pepper
- Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Italian Frying pepper
- Livingston's Globe tomato
- Orange Oxheart tomato
- Radiator Charlie's Mortgage Lifter tomato
- Red Fig tomato
- Sheboygan tomato
- Sheepnose Pimiento
- Speckled lettuce
- Sudduth Strain Brandywine tomato
- Wenk's Yellow Hot Pepper