cabbage

Cabbage

Family: Brassicaceae

Did you know Cato the Elder praised this vegetable for its medicinal properties, declaring that "It is the cabbage that surpasses all other vegetables?"

Brae Maple Farm

beans-green, beets, cabbage, carrots, chard, cucumbers, garlic, gourds, jalapenos, leeks, lettuce, melons, onions, peas, peppers, potatoes…

County: Knox County

Crystal Spring Community Farm

Crystal Spring Community Farm strives to grow the highest quality organic vegetables and natural lamb for people of Brunswick and the surrounding area. Using sustainable…

County: Cumberland County

Betsy’s Farm

Betsy’s Farm is a Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) certified organic market garden, Certification No. 0920…

County: Kennebec County

Full Circle Farm

arugula, beans-green, beets, boc choi, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, celery, chard, chinese cabbage, corn-sweet/cob, cucumbers…

County: Kennebec County

Wood Prairie

For those of you who are new to WoodPrairie Farm, we welcome you. By way of introduction, we are a small Certified Organic family farm in the State of Maine that market our products…

County: Aroostook County

Four Season Farm

Four Season Farm is an experimental market garden in Harborside, Maine, owned…

County: Hancock County

Deri Farm

“As your farmer, I am committed to helping to build our community, providing fresh and healthy food to you and being a responsible steward of the…

County: Cumberland County

New Leaf Farm

New Leaf Farm was established in 1982 with the purpose of growing and marketing vegetables, herbs, and fruit organically while developing and teaching a sustainable…

County: Androscoggin County

Darthia Farm

Darthia Farm is an organic farm on the Downeast coast of Maine…

County: Hancock County

we do our best to ensure that all farms labeled organic are in fact certified organic. it is possible farms listed as organic are not currently certified. To ensure the farms are certified please check MOFGA.

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