for folks in toronto and guelph areas

we will be opening the next round of subscriptions in the new year for the full 2019 season

What are vegetable subcriptions?

Our vegetable subscription offers you a weekly supply to organically grown produce by farmers you know.  Since we farm on a small-scale you can customize each week to make sure you're getting the vegetables suited to your needs. The subscription period runs from the first week of July to the last week of October. 


We offer a small size and a large size subscription priced on a sliding scale between  $15-25 weekly  (for small) and $30 - 40 weekly (for large) to minimize finacial barriers to healthy locally grown food.  Subscribers can choose the price point that reflects their ability to pay and the cost is paid upfront or in installments. Those who can afford more help to cover the difference for those who can't.

*We believe in the power of food when partaken in community*

payment breakdown:

A small size subscription for the whole period of 14 weeks costs from $210 - $350

A large size subscription for the whole period of 14 weeks costs from $420 - $560

What you will receive each week

As we move through the growing season new vegetables will appear in your weekly share. Products to follow through to end of October include: Tomatoes (saladette, cherry and slicer), Eggplant, Yard Long Beans, Tomatillos, Lettuce, Shiso, Korean Perilla, Green and Purple Mizuna, Beets, Ground Cherries, Spinach, Butternut Squash, Acorn Squash, Carrots, 2 varieties of Okra, Snow Peas, Snap Peas, Asian Spinach, Water Spinach, Shungiku (Edible Chrysanthemum), Turnip, Daikon, Radishes, Zucchini Flowers and more!

Here's an example of what you may receive: 


2 bunches of Asian greens (choice between Bok Choy, Mizuna, Yu Choy)

1 bunch of Kale or 1 head lettuce 

1 bulb of Garlic

2 Cucumbers

2 Zucchinis 

2 bunches of Basil, Thai Basil, or Parsley



 Our goal is to offer high-quality, culturally relevant vegetables to the best of our growing capabilities.

Looking forward to being your farmers!

- Michaela & Dan