Produce Box: Seasonal, Flavourful, Organic Vegetables
A wonderful range large of fresh, flavourful, seasonal produce including a variety of cooking and salad vegetables from which you can make great meals for yourself and your family each week. A box usually lasts two adults 8 -12 days or a family of four: 5 to 8 days. We are currently harvesting eggplants, sweet peppers, long green chilies and a range of tomatoes including stupice, zebra, tigerello, black russian... The first of our super pumpkin crop are ready to harvest – Pink Jumbo Banana and Spaghetti Squash. Beautiful (King Edward) potatoes, a wonderful range of lettuces, endiva, Italian salad picking greens, japanese cucumbers, and other greens including japanese mibuna and mizuna & chio Joi. Asian turnips (3 kinds), radishes and beetroots, broccolini spring onions, some early cauli including romanesque and much more.
You can collect your box on Friday evenings at the farm-gate from 5pm or Friday morning between 9am & 11am at the farm gate (if you order before 1200noon Thursday). You can also collect Saturday morning from our produce stall at the Braidwood Farmers Market or our produce stall in the courtyard of 56 Wallace St., Braidwood (when the Farmers market is not on) from 8.30 am - 12noon.
Farm Gate pick up boxes will be on a small table on the pathway to the front door of the farm house. We are right in the township of Braidwood at 92 Monkittee St.
FREE DELIVERY Friday night in Braidwood town. Your produce box will be left on your front verandah in the most shady spot we can find. Please order before 1200 noon on Friday. Check the map below to see if you can get free delivery.
See this map for free delivery locations. If you can see your address on the map then we can deliver your produce box to your address for free on Friday evening.
Our produce box is ideal for anyone traveling from Canberra to the Coast of Friday evening or Saturday morning.
Wynlen House Urban Micro Farm is in the town of Braidwood, NSW. We grow all our produce from a large kitchen garden of around 1000sqm using organic techniques, and systems specifically developed by Bronwyn Richards using intensive poly culture principles, that allow for a terrific range of vegetables to be grown together in small spaces. Our preserves and baked goods are made from our produce or sometimes from the produce of other local chemical free farmers. We make jams, jellies, pickles, relishes, mayonnaise, confits, jam tarts, cakes, ice-creams and lots more depending on what is in season.
We are members of the Canberra Slow Food Convivium and follow slow food principles in everything we do.