Swinging into a new season with our summer squash. Check to see what is coming soon (scroll down)
Open to the public. See ordering process below. Availability subject to change due to weather, quantity, etc. Orders are easiest to harvest with notice. See order process below availability list. Ask about our specials.
key: B-bunch, H-head, #-pound, P-piece
(#) Citrus: Grapefruit
(#) Cucumber: Armenian & pickling
(*) Dried Red Chile
(P) Eggs: Duck, Ostrich
(p) Gourds – dry ornament
(#) Onions: Glendale Gold & Little Sweeties
(*) Plant Starts: tomatoes, oregano, lavender, asparagus, celeriac, cucumbers, watermelons, chile and much more. (check out our gardening page)
(#) Potatoes - Lasoda Red (large) & Baby Lasoda (red creamers)
(p) Squash Blossoms
(#) Summer Squash: 8 ball, Romanesco, Black Zucchini & Yellow Crook Neck
(#) Wheat Berries: Joaquin hard red winter & Palomos white (used for milling flour)
(*) Wheat: Joaquin hard red winter & Palomos White Flour
Looking for the best deals? Every Monday we have discounted produce for all vendors and walk in customers. We will try to give a brief description of what we have. However, it is on a 1st come 1st serve basis and supply is limited. Items may be discounted anywhere from 20-75% off. (see hours below)
Mid May- cucumbers
Beginning of June-tomatoes, corn and peppers
Mid June-eggplant & okra
End of June or early July-various melons
Here is how it works. Large orders over 300 bunches or pounds will contact our farm for further instruction. Usually a very large order will have to be placed a day or two in advance before 10am.
For walk in or phone orders, treat our farm just as a restaurant. If produce is not readily available, we can go out and harvest it fresh. Allow 30 mins to a few hours, depending on item and quantity.
Phoenix farm hours of operation Mon-Fri 8am-2pm. If you can’t make it to the farm, we always have our downtown Phoenix market on Saturdays, located at Central & McKinnley from 8am-1pm.
For ordering please email email@example.com, or stop by our farm to place an order. Pricing subject to change upon season, you may request a price list through email, we do not put pricing on the site. Good health to you and thank you!
We sell by bunch, pound and head.
A bunch is usually classified from the tip of the middle finger, to the tip of the thumb around the stems. Find the letter in which you should order next to the item. For example Romaine (a lettuce) would be marked by an H-meaning you will order by the head. Swiss Chard would be followed by a B-meaning you will order by the bunch and Spinach would be followed by #-which means you order by the pound.
We hope this information is beneficial and eliminates any frustration. Thank you again for joining the Crooked Sky Family.
Chow Bella’s In Season Blog Posts: Crooked Sky Farms’ very own Jennifer Woods has written many posts (among others) about what is in season this week and what to do with the produce.