We get fresh local mushrooms from a family mushroom house in Oxford, PA. We have button mushrooms (the typical white ones), Crimini (baby portabellas, pictured middle right), Shiitake (you have to know what those are on your own, pictured middle left), and Portabella Caps.
We are a small family farm that has been growing fresh fruits and vegetables since 1832. We grow most everything in its season, from asparagus and strawberries in the spring, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, heirloom tomatoes, and corn in the summer, to apples, butternut, and pumpkins in the fall. Four greenhouses extend our seasons and provide winter crops such as spinach, kale, Swiss Chard, lettuces, and arugula. We run a year-round CSA program with a variety of options, and the market at the farm is open 6 days per week, closed on Sundays. We also have drop off points in Philadelphia for our CSA program. We are located on the north side of Wilmington, easily accessible from Rt. 202, I-95, and well-marked local roads.