The Elephant Heart Plum, grown primarily in the California region, has a unique smooth, dusty-white skin. The flesh is a consistent, dark ruby red, which is why it often bears the name "blood plum." When perfectly ripe, the meat is so juicy that resembles more a beverage than a fruit. Its soft, tropical flesh bears a rich and distinctive flavor. The skin has a tart, berry flavor. The Elephant Heart plum is grown by some home gardeners and only a few fruit farmersā??those with small farms that practice hand picking and packin
Eight generations of the Miller family have been farming on the same land.
Today we're known for our certified organic apples & cider, peaches, pears, blueberries, and strawberries.
Our products are available through our CSA and at our booth at the Brattleboro Area Farmers' Market. We also sell to local co-ops and restaurants.
Find our organic pastured pork, chicken, eggs at our farmers' markets and stand, and CSA.
Dry Creek Peach & Produce is a small, family-run farm located in the heart of the Dry Creek Valley of Healdsburg in Sonoma County, California. The farm is one of the last remaining peach orchards in the Northern California wine country area. All the fruit is organically grown, tree-ripened, hand picked and hand-packed ensuring unequaled flavor, quality and nutritional value. The farm produces approximately 30 tons of organic peaches and produce each summer season.
In 2012 the Coastside Farmers' Markets celebrate their 10th year of bringing the best of the closest-to-the-market produce from this agricultural rich community to this treasured community based, farmer-driven Market .
Our farm is in the rolling hills of Madison County, Iowa. As the name Burr Oak Farm suggests, we have many burr oak trees as well as others. Since trees grow well we are planting more - an orchard of apple, peach, plum, cherry, apricot, pear, and nectarine trees.
We have about a thousand fruit trees in various stages of growth and production. We seem to have an inclination to expose the public to many heritage apple varieties as well as some tasty new ones.
The Ecology Center operates three certified farmers' markets every week in Berkeley, all year round, rain or shine. We support sustainable agriculture, and more than 60% of the farmers selling at our markets are certified organic. We feature the freshest and tastiest of local fruits and vegetables from California's diverse growing climates.
Beechwood Orchards is a fifth generation sustainable family farm. We have always grown many varieties of tree fruits (apples, peaches, plums, apricots, nectarines) but have recently added more small fruits (raspberries, blackberries, blueberries), vegetables, and herbs to diversify our crops and provide more selection for our market customers.
We use a variety of methods to remain sustainable; cover crops, crop rotation, monitor and trap pests, ect.