Farm fresh, local organic vegetables and herbs
Your subscription box will be different each week, empowering you to strengthen your knowledge of seasonal cooking and eating.
The 2023 farm subscription will include but not be limited to arugula, basil, green beans, edamame, bitter gourd, bok choy, carrots, fresh herbs, fresh greens, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, kale, lettuce, okra, sweet and hot peppers, summer squash, winter squash, and heirloom tomatoes.
Subscribing is a convenient, safe, and easy way to shop in this fast paced world because everything is ready for you when you come to pick it up on the designated day or you can choose to have it delivered to any location within 10 miles of Snapping Turtle Farm.
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Vegetables: Arugula, beans, edamame, bitter gourd, bok choy, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots, collards, decorative corn, cucumbers, eggplant, gourds, kale, lettuce, Malabar spinach, melon, mustard greens, peas, peppers, radishes, squash, Swiss chard, tomatoes, zucchini.
Herbs: Basil, holy basil, cilantro, dill, spearmint, oregano, parsley, Thai basil, thyme, sage, stevia.
Berries: Elderberry, gooseberry, mulberry.
Tomatoes: 20 varieties including many heirloom varieties.
Peppers: 11 varieties including both spicy and sweet peppers each chosen for superior taste.
Eggplant: 5 varieties including Middle Eastern, Japanese, Italian and Indian varieties.
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Do you have Snapping Turtles? Is a common question when people hear our name. The answer is “Yes!” but we don’t raise them or sell them; instead we have a large number of wild snapping turtles on our farm.
The wetlands where Cranbury Brook and Cedar Brook join together make up part of our farm and form two sides of our fields. In the early spring and summer snapping turtles migrate across our fields looking to lay their eggs.
Our enjoyment of watching the wild snapping turtles in and around the farm led to us giving the farm its name.