Keveral Farm is an organic farm community near Looe, Cornwall. The original community was established in 1973, and the farm is now owned and managed co-operatively by the members of the community who run a vegetable box scheme. The community consists of about 10 adults who live in a farmhouse, static caravans, a wooden cabin and a barn conversion.
Seasonal vegetables grown at Keveral include:
Spring: Broccolli, beetroot, cabbage, celeriac, chard, Chinese leaves, kale, lettuce, leeks, onions, potato, spinach, turnip, cauliflower, board beans.
Autumn: Calabrese, brussel sprouts, parsnip, marrow, squash, potato, carrot, onion cabbage, mooli radish, leeks, spinach.
Summer: Salads, cabbage, spinach, courgette, cucumber, peppers, aubergine, tomato, peas, radish, sweetcorn, carrot, potato, onion, french beans.
Winter: Potato, carrot, onion, kale, leeks, swede, salads, broccoli, beetroot, Chinese greens, pumpkin, turnip.