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Tangletown Gardens

Tangletown Gardens’ CSA Shares make it simple to go from farm fresh to table fresh deliciously. Think of it as having your own kitchen garden - only we do all the work. Every week beginning mid-June through mid-October you will receive incredibly flavorful, hard to find heirlooms and long standing kitchen favorites, grown without chemically based fertilizers or pesticides.

We are committed to sustainable agriculture on our 40 acre farm in Plato, MN and grow the best quality vegetables, herbs and fruits for you, while respecting the earth and yielding an amazing array of varieties and intense flavors.

Each week your share is accompanied by a newsletter providing useful information and recipes. We also host a CSA Day at our farm during the summer so you can see first-hand the land from which your shares has been carefully grown. Full shares are $550 and are best suited for a family of four. Half shares are $350 and are ideal for two vegetarians. Shares are delivered to Tangletown Gardens between Wednesdays and Saturdays between 3pm and close. Sign up today at www.tangletowngardens.com, stop by our store, or call 612-822-4769.

Tangletown Gardens is a full-service garden center and CSA servicing the Minneapolis Metro area. We offer over 3,000 perennial varieties, an incredible annual and heirloom vegetable selection, unusual woody shrubs & trees, and an extensive array of aquatic and indoor plants.

News & Updates:
Keep an eye out for the opening of our new restaurant across the street from our garden center serving fresh, homemade food from our farm in a casual setting for dine in or take out.

Contact: Mary Matze (CSA Share Coordinator)
Phone: 612.822.4769
Website: www.tangletowngardens.com/market.html
E-mail Address: info@tangletowngardens.com

Location:
MN
Hennepin County

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