Our Produce

Sustainable, Naturally Grown Vegetables

  • French Sorrel
    (Rumex acetosa) French sorrel, a popular culinary herb in the ancient world, and both a salad and vegetable plant in the West since the 14th century, is...
  • Red Malabar Spinach
    (Basella rubra) Red-stemmed malabar spinach is deliciously stunning vine, and a favorite hot-weather vegetable, especially in the Carribbean. Versatile...
  • Molokeyhia – Egyptian Spinach
    Another spinach substitute, this one is from the Middle East instead of the Carribbean. Also known as Jews Mallow or Jute, it grows well in hot humid places,...
  • Vietnamese Spinach or Longevity Spinach
    Vietnamese spinach, and its close relative Okinawa spinach are both amazing edible herbs that have been used in folk medicine for hundreds of years. Both...
  • Mustard Red Giant
    Brassica juncea Red Giant An edible ornamental with savoyed maroon leaves! These winter-hardy plants can be harvested gradually without loss of flavor...
  • Winter Density Lettuce
    (Lactuca sativa) Winter Density is a unique specialty bibb-romaine type lettuce. Compact, extra-dark green heads, about 8″ tall, very tightly folded....
  • Marshall Lettuce Lactuca Marshall
    Tired of children who won’t eat anything green? Slip them their lettuce without anyone being the wiser with this delicious red-and-burgundy romaine-type!...
  • Wild Arugula
    Eruca vesicaria sativa Arugula (Eruca vesicaria sativa) is a leafy green herb of the mustard family. Known also as rocket, Italian cress, roquette, and...
  • Tropical Leafy Endive
    Endive is one of the most popular vegetables in Europe and has become very popular recently in Asia too. You will love this leafy variety for its unqiue...
  • Purple Haze Carrots
    Daucus carota Combines an amber skin color with sweet flavor and tapered roots with large, healthy tops. The skin is variable colors ranging from orange...
  • Chioggia – Candy Striped Beets
    Beta vulgaris The smooth, medium-height tops are all green with pink-striped stems and sweet flavor. This striking Italian variety is a standard in U.S....
  • Pak-Choi Violetta
    Brassica campestris Violetta Keeps its bold color even after cooking! Why fiddle with plain old green Pak-Choi when you can enjoy the gourmet flavor and...
  • Swiss Chard Bright Lights
    It sets bold, neon-bright stems in a variety of colors — yellows, pinks, crimsons, oranges, and purples, in addition to “plain old” white,...
  • Red Russian Kale
  • Toscano Kale
  • Red Noodle Long Beans
    Vigna unguiculata A vigorous but somewhat reluctant climber to 8′, it requires training to get started if trellised. The branches in particular will...

Place An Order

  • To place an order, you may do the following
  • Text your order to: 786-325-3936
  • Email your order to: troptree@bellsouth.net
  • Call me at: 786-325-3936
  • Or fill out the form.

You can place your order at any time, and we can generally harvest it and get it to you by the next day, or a day you specify. Pick-up options are at the Farm (in West Perrine) or my house (by The Falls Shopping Center), or at Christine’s office at 190 SE 12th Terrace, just off Brickell Ave, 1 block east of where Coral Way crosses Brickell. If you place your order before 12 noon, we can generally get it to you on the following day. I will help coordinate you with Christine for a convenient pick up time for you both.

  • If possible bring a cooler with some ice when you are picking up, unless you are going straight home.
  • Include your phone number with your order

I can also put you in touch with a foraging service that offers a wide range of local produce produced by me and other farmers that grow different products, and can possibly offer delivery.