The2007 harvest season is well underway at Weavers Way's newly expanded Mort Brooks Memorial Farm (commonly known as Weavers Way Farm), located in Awbury Arboretum in the East Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA. This is our seventh growing season but our first season with a full-time farmer and expanded acreage. The farm is currently selling truly local fresh produce to Weavers Way Co-op members, the Reading Terminal Market and Mt. Airy restaurants. The season has been bountiful to date so please check out our web site for information on all that we are harvesting. With each new season, the produce is higher in quality and more abundant, and the heirloom varieties we grow get more and more interesting. Weavers Way Farm is a great example of how productive urban farming can be!
Currently being harvested: Beets (3 varieties) Beans (2 varieties) Bok choy (baby) Broccoli raab Cucumber (2 varieties) Fennel Kohlrabi (2 varieties) Lettuce Mix Lettuce-Tom Thumb Leeks (baby) Mesclun Mix Okra Onions (spring) Pea shoots Radish-Easter Egg Radish-French Breakfast Scallions Sorrel Summer Squash (4 varieties)
Weavers Way Co-op, Green St. & Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia, PA, 7 days a week
Reading Terminal Market, 12th & Arch Sts., Philadelphia, PA, 7 days a week
Headhouse Farmers Market, 2nd and Lombard, Sundays, May - November, 10-2
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