Katie O's Garden is a small family farm located in scenic northern Shelby County that offers many varieties of fresh vegetables and fruit through a small CSA share program, local Farmers' Markets and deliveries throughout Shelby and Jefferson Counties. Our goal is to provide our community with nutritious, unique and local produce that tastes good and is visually appealing. Our sustainable practices include crop rotation, growing many different types as well as varieties of vegetables and fruit, planting cover crops, and not using artificial chemicals or synthetic fertilizers. Some examples of our colorful produce are asparagus, unique lettuces, kale, beets, peas, broccoli, green onions, cabbage, arugula, spinach, swiss chard, berries, radishes, green beans, summer/fall squash, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, hot peppers, basil, heirloom tomatoes, sweet peppers, cilantro, assorted potatoes, cherry tomatoes, okra and more! We also offer value added products such as jam and bread from our herbs and berries.
We are "Rooted In Shelby", which means all of our produce is grown locally here in Shelby County, specifically on our small family farm. We raise many heirloom varieties of vegetables and fruits utilizing sustainable growing methods with no artificial chemicals.
Season: May through September
Type: single farm
Share Prices: Sorry, we are full for the 2019 season.
Work Req? No
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Schedule and Location:
Shelby County Farmers' Market
Opening Day, May 11th
8 a.m. until noon
Usually sell to individuals or small restaurants.
Blackberries, turnips, some varities of greens
I have participated with Katie O's garden for two years. The produce is just beautiful and tasty, all organic. The variety is wonderful. The price for what you are getting is reasonable.... [more]
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Katie O sells at the Shelbyville Farmer's Market and I have bought some beautiful greens and beets from her. Her produce is always fresh and perfect. If I were to join a CSA, this would be a great one to join.