Cane Creek Asparagus & Company is a small family farm located east of Asheville, North Carolina in Buncombe County. We direct market local, sustainably grown seasonal gourmet vegetables through CSA in Asheville and the surrounding area. Our CSA Members are our only customers! Robert & I have nearly twenty-five years experience in filling weekly CSA Boxes with seasonal gourmet vegetables grown on our family farm for family tables all over Buncombe and Henderson Counties.
What We Do
By purchasing a farm share, you can enjoy the tastes, smells, and textures of truly fresh veggies. Vegetables are harvested by your farmers, packed into CSA Boxes, and ready for your pickup at convenient locations. Also, limited delivery of CSA in Asheville, Biltmore, Arden, Fairview, and Fletcher five days a week on either a weekly or an every-other-week basis. Our members say a CSA farm share is like having a garden in your backyard without all of the work!
Why You’ll Love Us
CSA farm shares are the only market outlet we use for our vegetables! We do not sell produce to wholesalers, nor to restaurants, nor at tailgate markets, nor at a farm store or roadside stand. Using sustainable methods, our family farm grows vegetables for our CSA Members using organic inputs. Though not certified organic, we think it is important you know our total commitment is to our CSA Members! Also, that our farming income is derived from only our CSA farm share sales!
If you want to see a month by month array of our vegetable boxes, visit our Farm Share Photos page. You will find various photos with examples of many of the actual CSA Boxes we have sent to our CSA Members. Above is an unique 360 degree panoramic view of “Our Gardens At Rest!”
To join Cane Creek Asparagus & Company CSA for the upcoming harvest season, simply fill out the CSA Farm Share Commitment form. If you have other questions not answered on this web site, please send an email or give us a call. All info is on the Contact Us page of this web site.
“One of the best things!!”
- Life At The Bird FeederOur bird feeder is an exciting place. The first visitor this morning was our Little Bear who carefully tips it up to pour a few seeds into his mouth. He releases the seed cage and lets it swing on the … Continue reading Life At The Bird Feeder
- After The FloodSurreal is good word to use in describing the days since August 17. The most interesting thing to me was the next day when I went to check our blueberry bushes. Hours before, they had been nearly waist deep in … Continue reading After The Flood
- In Shock . . .Robert and I are in shock right now . . . Robert was harvesting furiously in the tornado warning and rain to bring in the vegetables we needed for the next several days of CSA deliveries because we know from … Continue reading In Shock . . .