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Three Part Harmony Farm

Nourishing our Neighbors Since 2012


Three Part Harmony Farm is a diversified vegetable operation. Our most important crop is healthy soil, followed by a vibrant eco-system. Our customers enjoy the by-product: tasty, nutritious vegetables.


On 1/2 acre located in northeast DC, we focus on planting vegetables that don't require a lot of space and reach maturity in a short amount of time.  Our specialties include greens of various kinds and small root vegetables such as radishes and salad turnips. Summer vegetables beans, cucumbers, squash and potatoes do well in our soil.


We farm an additional 2.5 acres in Maryland where we produce garlic, potatoes, sweet potatoes, winter squash, watermelons, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant.

We save seed (okra and beans.) You can buy okra seed directly from the Truelove seed catalogue.

The farm sells most of its produce direct to consumer through a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) subscription program. See below for a brief description. Current members click here if you have questions about your share 



Customers sign up for a subscription and become members of the farm. CSA Members receive weekly (or twice monthly) CSA boxes during the May - October growing season. Each CSA share contains 9 items. The photo on the left shows a typical fall share: salad greens such as lettuce, cooking greens such as kale and collards, a bunch of roots i.e. radishes, fresh herbs such as chives, two kinds of fruit, and green tomatoes picked right before the frost. To create variety, other fall shares will have sweet potatoes, winter squash, half a dozen eggs, or different kinds of greens and roots.

Most of the vegetables are grown at our northeast DC location. Some row crops as well as eggs are produced at our other location in Brandywine, MD. Fruit in each share comes from an orchard in PA.


Add-ons, meaning additional farm products that can be purchased separately include eggs and broilers (chicken) through our partnership with Moonstone Farmstead.


Each spring we seed extras in the greenhouse for our CSA members, neighbors, school gardens, or anyone who wants to get their hands dirty. Contact Gail for information on bulk orders.


Thank you for supporting a Black owned farm.



2024 Spring Open House

10 am - 1 pm

Saturday, April 27, 2024

Annual Fall Festival

November 2, 2024

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PO Box 29412 Washington, DC 20017

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