The farmer’s market is where it all began for the Halls with their first garden at the Long Meadow Ranch Mayacamas Estate. You’ll still find Laddie at the market every week selling our organic produce, beef, honey and more.

 
  • SPRING

    Carrots

    Varietals: Parisian, Scarlet Nantes, Sugar Snax, Red Rainbow, White Satin
    Planted: Year-round
    Harvested: September to June

    Carrots thrive in spring and fall. We are experimenting with heat tolerant varieties to extend our growing season into the summer.

    Artichokes

    Varietals: Green Globe, Purple Globe, Roman
    Planted: February to April
    Harvested: peak season is April to July, but is almost year-round

    Artichokes prefer cool climates, so ours are grown at Tomales Station. The gorgeous flowers are a favorite at the farmer’s market.

    Herbs

    Varietals: Cilantro, Mint, Oregano, Tarragon, Basil, Rosemary, Bronze Fennel, Chives, Parsley, Pineapple Sage, Common Sage, Turmeric, Savory, Dill
    Planted: Year-round
    Harvest: Year-round

    We grow 4 types of mint: Chocolate, Spearmint, Kentucky Colonel, and Julep.

  • SUMMER

    Cherry Tomatoes

    Varietals: Blush, Matt’s Wild Cherry, Yellow Pear, Sungold, Sweet 100
    Planted in the Greenhouse: February and March
    Transplanted to the Field: April and May
    Harvested: June to November

    Cherry tomatoes can be extremely prolific with some varietals producing up to 100 fruits on a single branch.

    Figs & Strawberries

    Figs Varietals: Adriatic, Panache (or Tiger), Black Mission, Brown Turkey
    Planted: Perennials
    Harvested: June to November

    The Black Mission fig tree at our Rutherford Estate is over 100 years old.

    Strawberry Varietals: Albion, Seascape
    Planted: Perennials
    Harvested: March to November

    We propagate our own new plants in the greenhouse by cutting the runners off of our existing plants.

    Peaches

    Varietals: Artic Supreme, July Elberta
    Planted: Perennials
    Harvested: July to September

    Peaches are very susceptible to frost and rain during flowering. If you get a big wind or rain at bloom, you can lose an entire crop. Peach trees must be thinned with good fruit set. Otherwise, the fruit doesn’t mature and the branches of the tree can break under the weight of the fruit.

  • FALL

    Garlic & Shallots

    Garlic Varietals: Red Ichilium, Silver Skin, California Early
    Planted: October and November
    Harvested: May and June

    Garlic can hold in good storage conditions for more than 6 months.

    Shallots Varietals: Dutch Red
    Planted: October and November
    Harvested: May and June Shallots can hold in good storage conditions for more than 6 months.

    Pears

    Varietals: Asian, Boche
    Planted: Perennial
    Harvested: July to September

    One bountiful pear tree on the Mayacamas Estate bears a generous 400 pounds of luscious fruit for you to enjoy.

    Zucchini

    Varietals: Ronde De Nice, Dunja, Yellow Straight Neck, Yellow Curved Neck, Costa Romanesco
    Planted: March to July
    Harvested: May through November Zucchini is a very fast growing plant and can mature for first harvest within 5 weeks of planting.

  • WINTER

    Kale

    Varietals: Lacinato, Red Russian, White Russian, Toscano
    Planted: September through February
    Harvested: October to May

    Kale is a hearty plant against frost but it does not like heat.

    Radishes

    Varietals: Cherry Belle, Watermelon, Pink Beauty, Giant German
    Planted: September to May
    Harvest: September to June

    Radishes are very fast to mature and some varietals can be harvested as soon as 25 days after planting.

    Eggs

    Varietals: Americauna, Australorp, Bard Rock, Rhode Island Red, Buff Orpington, Blue Andalusian, Buckeye, Cuckoo Maran
    Harvest: Year-round

    When in full production, our flock of 400 chickens lays over 250 eggs per day.

VISIT THE FARMERS MARKET

VISIT US:

FARMSTEAD FARMERS MARKET:

MAY - OCTOBER: SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

NOVEMBER - APRIL: FRIDAY 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM and SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

738 MAIN STREET ST

HELENA, CA 94574

707.963.4555

NAPA FARMERS MARKET

MAY - OCTOBER: TUESDAY 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM

195 GASSER DRIVE (NEAR CENTURY NAPA VALLEY MOVIE THEATER)

NAPA, CA 94559

ST HELENA FARMERS MARKET

MAY - OCTOBER: FRIDAY 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

CRANE PARK

ST. HELENA, CA 94574