462 Halsey Community Farm
462 Halsey Community Farm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Photo by Murray Cox

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Photo by Murray Cox

Most of our farm is set up for communal growing. Below is a rough guide to what is growing. We will do our best to update it seasonally. We practice companion planting. Throughout all of our beds, you'll find a helpful mix of: Radishes, onions, marigolds, calendula, cosmos and nasturtium. We also often sneak lettuce and helpful herbs like basil and dill into our beds. 

 Row 1: A) Cucumbers B) Callaloo C) Cucumbers  Row 2: A, B and C) Tomatoes  Row 3: A) Zucchini B) Sweet Peppers  C) Broccoli  Row 4: A) Mixed Greens B) Eggplant and Okra C) Collards  Row 5: A) Zucchini B) Hot Peppers C) Thyme, Tarragon, Oregano  Row 6: A) Beans B) Potatoes C) Peas and Beats  Row 7) A) Potatoes B) Oregano C) Sage D)Bee Balm  E) Mint F) Lemon Balm  West Bed: Kale, Beets, Butternut Squash (in June)  East Beds: 1) Pumpkin and Fennel 2) Basil 3) Lavender, Rosemary, Echinacea       4) Bitter Melon 5) Bitter Melon 6) Grape and Raspberry

Row 1: A) Cucumbers B) Callaloo C) Cucumbers

Row 2: A, B and C) Tomatoes

Row 3: A) Zucchini B) Sweet Peppers  C) Broccoli

Row 4: A) Mixed Greens B) Eggplant and Okra C) Collards

Row 5: A) Zucchini B) Hot Peppers C) Thyme, Tarragon, Oregano

Row 6: A) Beans B) Potatoes C) Peas and Beats

Row 7) A) Potatoes B) Oregano C) Sage D)Bee Balm  E) Mint F) Lemon Balm

West Bed: Kale, Beets, Butternut Squash (in June)

East Beds: 1) Pumpkin and Fennel 2) Basil 3) Lavender, Rosemary, Echinacea       4) Bitter Melon 5) Bitter Melon 6) Grape and Raspberry