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Heres the short list of vegetables we grow:                 
We also grow a variety of flowers:
 beets                    $3.50/bu                                                             Basil                     $3.00/bu
 broccoli                $4.00/qt                                                            
 cabbage                $2.00/lb                                                       
 carrots                 $3.00/bu                                                         cauliflower            $4.00/qt                                                      
 cooking greens      $3.00/bu or 2 for $5.00                                     cucumbers            $3.00
Flowers                  $5.00/bu  
 Garlic                    $2.00                                                   
 green beans          $4.00/qt
 kohlrabi                $1.50 
 lettuce mix           $5.00/bag
 onions                   $3.00/qt
 peas                      $3.50/pt
peppers                  varied
 potatoes               $4.00/qt
 radish                   $3.0/bu 
 salad mix              $5.00/bag
 spinach                 $5.00/bag   
 tomatoes              $3.50/pt, $$6.00/qt
 turnips                 $3.50/bunch
 winter squash       $3.00
 zucchinni              $3.00

We take great pride in providing you with a huge variety of incredibly fresh, seasonal vegetables picked at their very peak of freshness and flavor. 
Find us at:  

 Kalamazoo Bank Street Market on Saturdays all year round and on Thursday afternoons during the summer months. 

You may also have dined on our fabulous heirloom tomatoes at local restaurants like the Kitchen House in Richland, and Food Dance Restaurant in Kalamazoo, or Sprout in Battle Creek.

We also donate regularly to Ministry with Community and Loaves and Fishes in Kalamazoo to ensure more people can access fresh, vitamin rich vegetables.

Long Valley Farm Market Schedule

Farmer Tony on harvest day

French radishes at market

Small tunnel to extend growing season