Mike & Clare's Farm

20602 Streit Rd

Harvard, IL


2021 Crop List

Our seed order is in constant flux and just because we plant something, it doesn’t mean that it’s going to work. But here’s a list of the vegetables that we’re planning for in 2020, along with their availability:

Basil, Italian: Early Summer, Summer

Beans, Filet: Summer

Beans, Romano: Summer

Beans, Yellow Wax: Summer

Beans, Lima: Fall

Beets, Red: Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Beets, Chiogga: Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Beets, Golden: Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Broccoli, Sprouting: Spring

Brussels Sprouts: Fall

Bunching Onions: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Cabbage, Caraflex: Early Summer, Summer

Carrots: Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Chard: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Cilantro: Spring, Fall

Cucumber, Lemon: Summer

Cucumber, Persian: Summer

Cucumbers, Standard: Summer

Dill: Spring, Summer

Eggplant, Asian: Summer, Fall

Eggplant, Italian: Summer, Fall

Eggplant, Mini: Summer, Fall

Greens Mix: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Kale, Winterbor: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Kale, Tuscano: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Kohlrabi: Early Summer

Leeks: Summer, Fall

Lettuce Mix: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Lettuce, Head: Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Onions, Yellow Storage: Summer, Fall

Onions, Yellow Cippolini: Summer, Fall

Pac Choi: Spring, Early Summer

Parsley, Italian Flat Leaf: Early Summer, Summer, Fall

Peas, Sugar Snap: Spring, Early Summer

Peas, Snow: Spring, Early Summer

Pepper, Red Bell: Summer, Fall

Pepper, Lunchbox: Summer, Fall

Pepper, Early Jalapeño: Summer, Fall

Pepper, Shishito: Summer, Fall

Radicchio: Fall

Radishes: Spring, Fall

Rutabega: Fall

Spinach: Spring, Fall

Squash, Summer: Early Summer, Summer

Squash, Winter: Fall

Tomatoes, Big Beef: Summer

Tomatoes, Brandywine: Summer

Tomatoes, Green Zebra: Summer

Tomatoes, Paste: Summer

Tomatoes, Sun Gold: Summer

Tomatoes, Striped German: Summer

Tomatoes, Juliet: Summer

And as a heads up, some vegetables will make very frequent appearances in the share. Fruiting vegetables like tomatoes and zucchini are usually very productive and we’ll have a lot to share with you. We’ll do our best not to overload you (you won’t get a bag of cucumbers, we promise!), but in late July, August, and early September, you can expect to see a couple of zucchinis and few cucumbers, a half pound of green beans, and 3 or 4 tomatoes in your share every week. In the spring and fall, you can also expect to see a lot of radishes and lettuce, and you’ll probably see some type of onion every other week.