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Hurry, Holiday Basket Sales End this week - November 22nd!

Feel good about the gifts you give this year and support a cause you already know you can stand behind! Baskets will be ready for pick up at the Global Growers booth at the Decatur's Farmers Market on December 5th from 4-7 pm. $25/basket

 Sample Holiday Basket.  Baskets must be ordered before November 22, 2018.

Sample Holiday Basket. Baskets must be ordered before November 22, 2018.

What Makes A Place Home?

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Over the next 7 weeks, we invite you to show your support for hundreds of people as they put down roots in their new HOME and GROW healthy food for their new community.

Learn more about our campaign here and stay tuned for more stories from the garden and the talented growers and their families.


Small Share

Large Share

  • Arugula

  • Gai Lan

  • Turnips

  • Hakurei

  • Cabbage

  • NapaPeas

  • SnowPeppers

  • Sweet Collards

  • Carrots

  • Partner Product: K-Teas Mulling Spices


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At the heart of K-teas is the marriage of Dustin and Katie Watts. They discovered a mutual love of tea on their first date in Washington, D.C., were inspired by the spice markets of Istanbul on their honeymoon, and started K-Teas in Atlanta in their first year of marriage.

“Every day we learn and gain more respect for where tea has traveled over the centuries. We are proud to now be a part of the story of tea, innovating into the new century in a generation of the West that is quickly acquiring a taste for tea.”


What’s Cooking?:

 Recipe by Hugh Acheson

Recipe by Hugh Acheson

Gai Lan a.k.a Chinese broccoli is an Asian vegetable. It's name in Chinese literally translates to "mustard orchid". In the same family as broccoli and kale, gai lan should be stored in an unsealed plastic or cloth produce bag in your fridge. Use within three days. It's delicious stir fried, roasted, and grilled! 

An easy introduction to gai lan that can't go wrong: Stir Fry Gai Lan. Try it in lieu of your go-to Chinese take out! Add some protein and serve with rice to make it a meal. 

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