Share of the Farm Gift Certificates

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Share of the Farm Gift Certificates

Looking for the perfect gift? It's easy to give 4 weeks to a 20 week season for any occasion...birthday, anniversary, Christmas.

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 GC Small PU at Farm $340.00  Qty:
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 GC Mini PU $300.00  Qty:
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 GC 4 wk full delivered $140.00  Qty:
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 GC 4wk small PU $68.00  Qty:
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Give a gift certificate for 4 to 20 weeks of Avalon Farms Homegrown Share of the Farm

Each share is packed with the freshest, Michigan grown fruits and vegetables available. In addition to the hydroponically grown tomatoes and salad greens from Avalon Farms, we include other items grown in our market gardens, and the seasonal best grown by our family farmer friends from all over Michigan. For example, we get dark sweet cherries from Josh Wunsch on Michigan's Old Mission Peninsula, strawberries, nectarines and Honey Crisp apples from Trever Meachum in Hartford, and blueberries from Art Thomas in Grand Junction. Each delivery typically contains 8-10 items at their peak of ripeness, flavor and freshness. We also provide instructions for preparation as well as recipes.

Our hydroponic greenhouses enable us to grow vine-ripened, and great tasting, tomatoes almost all year long. We grow three varieties of beefsteak tomato, and grape tomatoes. We do grow salad greens all year. Our salad greens are a mix of several lettuces...romaines, leaf and Bibb...as well as arugula, mizuna, and more. Color and taste variety for an eating experience that can't be comprehended until you eat a salad made from greens picked the same day you get them.

We have followed IPM practices for more than 20 years on our farm, for our field crops as well as the greenhouses and gardens. IPM practices focus first on preventing insect, weed, fungal and disease pest problems.


Agriculture...if you eat, you are involved.