We are a small family-run vegetable farm located in Warren County, Virginia at the base of the Massanutten mountains.  They say Massanutten means "basket" in the native tongue of those who first called the Shenandoah Valley home.  We like to think of these foothills as a harvest basket full of abundant natural resources and a rich community of souls to steward them.  Here at Vine Ripe we strive to help fill that basket with nutrient-rich and toxin-free vegetables.  We grow using sustainable practices that responsibly renew the land from one season to the next and protect the Shenandoah's water shed.   From sweet salad greens in the spring, to over twenty varieties of tomatoes in summer and a cornucopia of fall root crops and winter squash, we love to grow diverse and flavorful heirloom varieties you'll seldom find in the grocery store.   These tasty seasonal goods are available from May through November at our on farm stand and through a farm membership program called a CSA (community supported agriculture).   We are excited to be in our seventh season and look forward to sharing its bounty with you.

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CSA is BACK!

By popular demand, our CSA is making a comeback!  This farm membership program provides you a weekly share of the harvest from June through October.

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Annual Plant Sale - April 30th 12 - 4pm

Prep your gardens, folks, it's that time of year again.  The greenhouse is full to brimming with hardy garden starts that will soon be ready for adoption.  Many heirloom varieties to choose from - tomatoes, peppers, melons, cucumbers, squash, herbs, eggplant, strawberries, and beneficial flowers.  Start dreaming your summer garden layout now!

Tis the season

. . . to eat detox and energize with spring greens.  Enjoy the tender roots and shoots that can only be savored in these early days of the growing season.

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What's growing on . . .

Every other week or so we send out a farm newsletter to keep you posted on what we're harvesting, how weather is impacting the farm, random farmer thoughts and so on.