The things I grow enough to sell are in bold. I grow mostly heirloom varieties for flavor.
- Asparagus- green & purple. I just have five rows but hope it will start producing more so I can sell a little
- Garlic– This year I have 8 varieties of heirloom garlic to harvest. I have mostly hardneck with 1 or 2 softneck varieties
- Gourds– good for crafts, birdhouses, or rootstock for grafting to cucurbits
- Ground Cherries
- Luffa– makes a great sponge or soap
- Melons– I grow watermelons, cantaloupe (muskmelons), and French melons. I graft these to bottle gourds sometimes.
- Muscadine Grapes- old vines provide some excellent sweet grapes for a little jam making. Two varieties.
- Peppers– sweet ones and hot ones. Good for canning a little salsa. Mostly heirloom
- Onions– yellow and red
- Snap Peas- generally don’t make it to the kitchen. Should grow more.
- Irish Potatoes– French Fingerling, Purple, Blue, Carola, German Butterball
- Squash– summer squash and winter squash. Usually heirloom.
- Tomatoes– MANY varieties of heirlooms. I graft these to get good fruit in spite of your tough growing conditions.
Fall & Winter & Spring
- Beets- various colors
- Brussels Sprouts
- Carrots- all colors
- Salad Mix
I am going to grow more in fall, winter, and early spring now that I have my double layer high tunnel build completed.