We have an array of beautiful lettuces. See list below and inquire about sales.
Coming Soon: Artichokes (March) & Heirloom Tomatoes in June
New items highlighted in Red
Open to the public. Availability subject to change due to weather, quantity, etc. Orders are easiest to harvest with notice. See ordering process below availability list. Ask about our specials.
key: B-bunch, H-head, #-pound, P-piece, Z – Oz.
(*) Basil-Dried (by ounce)
(#) Beans: Black & Pinto
(b) Beets: Red Cylindrical & Chiogga
(b) Beijing Mix (Green Mustard, Red Mustard, Kale, Tatsoi and Tsai Tai)
(b) Black Spanish Radishes
(b) Carrots: Young (Yellow, Orange and Purple)
(h) Cauliflower: Vitaverde (Green) and Cheddar
(#) Corn Meal
(b) Corn Stalks
(b) Dandelion Greens
(*) Dill – Dried – (by ounce)
(*) Dried Red Chile SALE!! Burlap Sack (about 10 lbs) just $10!
(#) Flour: Black Bean Flour, Pinto Bean Flour & Whole Wheat
(b) Golden Frills (Asian Green)
(p) Gourds – Traditional
(p) Gourds - Winter Ornamental (these come in array of colors, shapes and sizes. Great for centerpieces)
(*) I’itois Planting Onion Bulbs or Cooking (one package is 10 bulbs. Read all about them on the I’itois page under the Tour drop down menu)-Order by package or Bunch
(b) Kale: Toscano & Red Russian
(b) Komatsuna (like boc choy)
(H) Lettuce: Butterhead, Green Oakleaf, Tango, Lolla Rosa, Red Oakleaf, Red Sails, Romaine, Outredgeous, Skyphos and Salanova
(b) Mustards: Green & Purple
(#) Onions: Glendale Gold
(#) Oranges: Navel
(*) Plants Starts CERTIFIED ORGANIC: Heirloom tomato, Eggplant, Lunchbox Peppers, Aristotle Bell Pepper (individually or by flat)
(#) Potatoes: Red Lasoda and Sweet
(#) Pumpkins: Baking Assorted Pumpkins
(P) Pumpkins: Pie *Sale Item $1 each
(*) Pumpkins: Carving (order by lb, bin or piece)
(*) Pumpkins: Ornamental (order by lb, bin or piece)
(b) Purplette Onions
(b) Quinoa Leaves
(h) Rhodos Endive (frisée)
(#) Salad Mix
(b) Shingiku (Asian leaf green)
(p) Spaghetti Squash: Baby
(#) Spaghetti Squash: Vegetable (green) & Yellow (may order by piece or pound)
(#) Spinach: Red Kitten, Emu (green) and Whale (big leaf)
(b) Spring Onions
(p) Straw Bales
(b) Swiss Chard
(h) Tokyo Bekana Limited Supply
(b) Turnips: Purple Top & Hakurei
(#) Wheat Berries (See: What is a Wheat Berry??? for more info. on how to prepare them. Look under Latest News, there you will see the blog post)
Mad Mondays are Back!!! Come Shop with us in our Warehouse!
Come see what extras we have harvested for you. List may vary. For custom orders, see directions below.
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.
We are also open to the public. Our warehouse items vary depending on the day. However if you’d like anything from the list above. Feel free to place a custom order by phone or email. Please allow 1 day for custom orders (order the previous day before 10 am). See our contact page for address and hours of operation.
If you can’t make it during the weekday, we always have our downtown Phoenix market and Gilbert markets on Saturdays. Please see contact page for hours and locations.
For ordering please email or call firstname.lastname@example.org , office:623-363-7422, or stop by our warehouse 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 for supporting your local farmer.
We sell by bunch, bag(6×6), piece, 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, Acorn would be followed by a P and Spinach would be followed by #-which means you order by the pound.
Warehouse Location: 3017 W. Pima Rd. 85009
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.