Seed to table. Sustainable, organic-practices.
At Arethusa, we craft every aspect of the gardens; from making potting soil and compost from our manure; to the seeds we select; the heirloom, heritage and up and coming varieties that we are passionate about; we focus on peak harvesting, taste, texture, and exquisite freshness. These are veggies like they used to taste!
Variety over production. Stewardship of the land.
Here at Arethusa Gardens, we have a robust year-round fruit and vegetable production schedule. Throughout the year, we’re busy harvesting from our winter greenhouses, picking summertime vegetables from the fields, and arranging bouquets of graceful cottage-style flowers. We also will have several kinds of berries to choose from, and in a few years, we will have a mature fruit orchard featuring heritage apples, pears, peaches, plums and apricots.
In the early spring you can find us harvesting heirloom salad greens, tender spinach, piquant arugula and other unusual cooking greens from our fields; don’t miss our violet hued snow peas or the tricolor mix of beets.
By Memorial Day our greenhouses are providing beloved sungold cherry tomatoes and blue-skin new potatoes. In the summer we’re heaving with bounty; finally, the strawberries are ready and delectable, the heirloom tomatoes from the field are at peak perfection. Also ready are the adorable patty pan squashes, bambino watermelons, coveted haricot vert beans, twangy shishito peppers, charentais melons, and potatoes galore. When the crisp fall air arrives, we offer the traditional New England cornucopia; pumpkins, winter squashes, hearty yet tender kale mixes, purple cauliflower, rainbow carrots, leeks, brussel sprouts, and plenty of parsnips, the underrated workhorse of any good stew.
Visit us and experience Arethusa’s abundance either at al tavolo, a mano and new this year, Arethusa Garden’s farm stand.
HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?
We have a whole lot of exciting produce to come in the future months - feel free to inquire about what we are doing at the Arethusa Gardens:
Currently, are not allowing visitors to the gardens. However, please stay in touch with us as this may change in the coming months.
- Heirloom Salad Greens
- Tuscan Kale
- Kale Mix
- English Peas
- Carrots Mixed Colors
- Swiss and Italian Chard
- Radishes Breakfast and Icicle
- Kohlrabi Purple & White
- Chinese Cabbage
- Edible Flowers
- Bouquet Flowers