Katona's Country Garden

" Katona's Country Garden is a 30 acre, certified in 1992 grow a large virility of organic vegetables as the farm is nestled in front of a beautiful woods and down a country lane in Marshallville, Ohio. Dennis grew up on the farm and is helped by his wife, Jennifer, their son, Nate and our nephew Kyle. Along with our Three greenhouses for growing early winter and early spring lettuce mixes, greens, herbs and bedding plants in 2013 for custom production and sales. We feature a large selection of vegetables, culinary herbs and a lettuce mix sold in organic stores and restaurants in the area. Also the farm has added a buyers club for CSA members and with extra veggies available for members which is free but as a u pick for canning or freezing. We also include a brief newsletter for members each week with info from the organic farming network a new delicious recipes using some of the ingredients offered from the farm.

Listing last updated on Jan 30, 2013

JOIN for 2013 season and get a membership discount on EARLY SPRING lettuces and greens before and after the 24 week CSA membership season. Also looking for group drop off points



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  1997

# of Shares:  80

Full Share:  Full bushel basket each week: $800/ for 24 weeks

1/2 Share:  We will offer a half share for $450 for 24 weeks

Work Req?  Yes: 12




Latest Reviews


The fresh vegetables are Amazing and the people are just as welcoming! Good food and good people what more could you ask for!


I really enjoyed this CSA - Dennis and family are very flexible about pick up times and willing to work with your busy schedule. All of the food was of the highest quality...so much variety and quantity as well!


2008 was our first year with Katona's and my family loved having the freshest organic produce every week. Nothing else even comes close to the just-picked flavor of these veggies! Everything was delicious and we especially enjoyed the asparagas and strawberries.... [more]

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Planting time

2010-04-13

It is half way thru April and spring is here tax time near Easter has come and gone lawns being mowed and flowers are blooming. Our greenhouse is running full with sprouting seeds and transplants broccoli, tomato, cabbage and kale also with onion set, snow peas and radishes planted in the field.... [more]


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