Located just 20 miles away on Sauvie Island, Dave and Diane Kunkel have been harvesting delicious local produce at this family run and operated farm since the mid 1970s. Pumpkin season is back and this year we are excited to feature a beautiful variety of heirloom pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns.
Additionally during the summer look for Columbia Farms’ delicious berries featuring strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and marionberries. Additional produce includes corn, spinach, and radishes.
Zupan’s is excited to have added 2 new varieties in our Heirloom Family this year – the Mellow Yellow & Phat Jack.
Mellow Yellow: This bright yellow pumpkin creates an eye-catching display when grouped with traditional orange and white varieties
Phat Jack: This large jack-o-lantern boasts an extraordinarily thick stem that truly lives up to its “Phat” name
Warty: Covered with warts that make any witch jealous, this pumpkin has a sweet flesh that is excellent for cooking.
Galeux D’Eysines: As a result of sugar on the skin, this light pink pumpkin looks like it’s covered in barnacles. Its flesh is used well in sauces or soups.
Cinderella: Inspired by Cinderella’s carriage, this pumpkin has a sweet custard-like flesh that makes it perfect for canning, pumpkin bread, or pies.
Jarrahdale: This light blue-gray pumpkin has yellow flesh and a sweet, nutty flavor that is excellent in pie or other seasonal dishes.
Porcelain Doll: This sweet-fleshed pumpkin can be used for pies, soup, or gourmet culinary delights.
One Too Many: The perfect ornamental pumpkin perfect for Halloween décor, this pumpkin has red orange “veins” patterned intricately on a white background.