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Vegetables

Arugula  ~  Asparagus  ~  Beans (Bush & Pole)  ~  Beets  ~  Broccoli  ~  Brussels Sprouts  ~  
Cabbage (Red & Green)  ~  Cantaloupe  ~  Cauliflower  ~  Celery  ~  Collard Greens  ~  Cucumbers  ~
Eggplant  ~  Honeydew  ~  Kale  ~  Lettuce  ~  Okra  ~  Onions  ~  Pak Choi  ~  Peppers (Hot & Sweet)  ~
Pumpkin  ~  Spinach  ~  Squash  ~  Strawberries  ~  Swiss Chard  ~  Tomatoes  ~  Watermelon  ~  Zucchini

 

Jim Meadows Home Grown Vegetables

Jim Meadows (nephew of the Farmer) started working for Meadows Farms as a young boy back in the early 70's. He found his true calling in the late 1980's when he realized our retail stores needed to carry some larger tomatoes to satisfy our customers' needs.

Jim started growing some 6" staked Better Boys, Big Boys and a few Patio Tomatoes to supply a couple of our local stores down in the Fredericksburg area. Now he supplies all 22 Meadows Farms locations with a full line of not only hybrid and heirloom tomatoes, but all the vegetable varieties thata garden would need: cantaloupe, cucumber, eggplant, honeydew, peppers (bell & hot), squash, strawberries, watermelon, zucchini and many more. All veggies are in a large 6" pot and are established plants to ensure a quality transplant to your garden.


The list of food items called “vegetable” is quite long, and includes many different parts of plants:

Flower buds: broccoli, cauliflower, globe artichokes, capers
Leaves:  kale, collard greens, spinach, arugula, beet greens, bok choy, chard, , turnip greens, endive, lettuce, mustard greens, watercress, garlic chives
Leaf sheaths: leeks
Buds: Brussels sprouts
Stems: Kohlrabi, galangal, and ginger
Stems of leaves: celery, rhubarb
Stem shoots: asparagus, bamboo shoots
Tubers: potatoes, Jerusalem artichokes, sweet potatoes, taro, yams
Whole-plant sprouts: soybean, mung beans, alfalfa
Roots: carrots, parsnips, beets, radishes, rutabagas, turnips
Bulbs: onions, shallots, garlic
Fruits in the botanical sense, but used as vegetables: tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, zucchinis, pumpkins, peppers, eggplant, tomatillos, chayote, okra, breadfruit, avocado, pods, seeds such as corn, green beans and snow peas

With a seemingly endless variety, there are limitless possibilities. Need some ideas on how to use your bountiful vegetable harvest?  Get inspired by our Pinterest page!