About Bushes Bunches Produce Stand

When you shop at our store, you are supporting 100% Alaska Grown products grown by farmers around Palmer. Buy fresh, eat local by committing to the Alaska Grown challenge of buying $5/week from an Alaska Grown Farm.  Start your challenge by visiting our store, open daily from Mid-June to Mid-October.

Seasonal Produce Available Summer to Fall

Rhubarb, beets, broccoli, carrots, lettuce, cilantro, spinach, radish, kale, collards, swiss chard, cabbage, hot house English and regular cucumbers, snap & snow peas, kohlrabi, turnips, hot house tomatoes, hot house basil


August to September

Green beans, summer squash, hot house tomatoes and peppers, basil, fennel, cabbage, lettuce, bunched greens, onions, garlic, broccoli, cilantro, cucumbers, potatoes, dill, parsley, leeks


October to November

Peppers, winter squash, carrots, beets, potatoes, bunched greens, cabbage, cilantro, dill, parsley, fennel, broccoli, endive, lettuce, spinach, radish, turnips, garlic, onions, shallots, leeks


Additional Alaska Made Products Available in the Store

  • Alaskan Honey
  • Jellies, Jams, and Preserves
  • Alaska Chip Company Potato Chips
  • Handcrafted Salads to Go
  • Rhubarb Lemonade
  • Ranch and Smoky Bacon Dip
  • Fireweed Candy
  • Birch Syrup Products

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you sell organic?

No, but Alaska, a cold northern climate does not have very many pest problems. Pesticide use is at a bare minimum in Alaska. For instance, Alaska has no potato bugs which is a huge advantage to the health of our potatoes.


How do I know what is in season at the store?

Like us on Facebook where we will try to update our store availability on a weekly basis.


When is your season? What are your daily hours?

Mid June to the end of October. We are open daily from 10am-7pm.


I’d like to order my vegetables in bulk. Is there way I can do that?

Yes, you can order bulk produce at our online store: click here.


Where do you get your vegetables and produce?

We supply the store from our farm (learn more about us here) and from various farms (learn more about farms we work with) around Palmer, Alaska.


I really want to learn how to preserve (can, freeze, ferment) the produce that I buy. Where can I find resources to do this?

The UAF Cooperative Extension Service has resources and occasionally offers classes on food preservation: visit their site here and see their event calendar here.