Produce List

Please see below for our 2018 Produce List. Each year we offer multiple varieties of almost every type of vegetable. Please contact us if you would like to provide input on what you’d like to see for 2019.


Arugula – Sylvetta

Beans – Jade II PVP, Carson PVP

Beets – Bolder (golden), Chiogga Guardsmark, Baby Beet, Moneta (Red)

Broccoli – Gypsy, Arcadia

Cabbage – Golden Acre, Cairo, Reaction

Carrots – Yaya, Bolero, Yellowstone, Purple Elite, Malbec

Cauliflower – Minuteman

Corn – Serendipity (sweet)

Cucumber – Diva, Eureka, Salt and Pepper

Garlic  Purple Stripe

Greens – Ovation’s Mix (Arugula, Red Mustard, Tatsoi, Kale), Red Giant (Mustard), Bon Vivant Lettuce Mix

Kale – Redbor, Winterbor

Leeks – Lexon

Lettuce – Coastal Star Romaine

Onions – Red Carpet, Early Yellow Globe, Copra, Parade Green Onions

Peas – Super Ann, Cascadia

Peppers – Ace Sweet Bell, El Jefe Jalepeno

Potatoes – TBD: something red, yellow, and fun

Pumpkins – Baby Bear, Autumn Crown, Speckled Hound, Naked Bear

Radish – Raxe

Spinach – Bloomsdale, Speedy

Summer Squash – Dunja Zucchini, Yellowfin Zucchini, G-Star Patty Pan, Sunburst Patty Pan

Swish Chard – Bright Lights

Tomatoes – Mountain Merit, Chef’s Choice Orange, Carbon, Superweet 100 (cherry), Pink Tiger, Blush, Chocolate Pear, Roma Supremo, Subarctic Plenty, Big Beef, Country Taste, Lemon Boy, Sun Sugar (yellow cherry)

Turnips – White Lady

Watermelon – Faerie

Winter Squash – Table Ace Acorn, Early Butternut, Burgess Buttercup, Uchiki Kuri, Primavera Spaghetti

Herbs – Dill, Calypso Cilantro, Common Oregano, Green Pearl Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Blood Dock Sorrel, German Winter Thyme, Elegance Purple Lavender

Please note the above produce list is based on what we are planting. The success and quantities of each item will depend on weather conditions, and other factors beyond the farmers’ control. We will do our best to ensure the products you receive are as close to the above list as possible. Please see our FAQ page or CSA Manitoba FAQ page for more information.

Photo credit: Matthew Klippenstein & Bethany Daman