The Fish Pepper is an African-American heirloom widely grown around the east coast in the 19th century. Fish Pepper plants have beautiful green and white variegated foliage with pendant fruits that are 2-3 inches long. When the fruits ripen, they change in color from cream with green stripes to orange with brown stripes, and then eventually to an all-red eating pepper. Traditionally, the fish pepper was used in oyster and crab houses around the Chesapeake Bay. Rated as 3 on a heat scale of 1-5, the Fish Pepper is also perfect for mild-medium salsas.
We are family farm cultivating 35 acres of vegetable crops and 8 acres of orchard. We specialize in heirloom and artisan crops, with which we supply restaurants in Boston, NYC, and Portland. We also offer CSA shares containing our produce & fruit to the Boston area. (more...)
We are a certified organic farm that specializes in growing for seed. We work mostly with heirloom and open pollinated varieties. Our seeds are available through our website and our mail-order catalog. We fill seed orders world wide. We have internships available, usually in the summer. (more...)
An old family farm being revived and made productive again through natural vegetable farming techniques.(more...)
Small World Food Collective offers artisan breads and sweets made from whole-grain flours freshly-milled from local organic wheat, raw hot sauce, sauerkraut, and kim chi handmade from local organic veggies, and other such foods centered around local & regional ingredients. (more...)
We are a family-owned farm located in the rolling hills of Felton, PA. We are just an hour from both Harrisburg and Baltimore. Our vegetables are grown from organic seed and we do not treat them with traditional herbicides, fungicides or pesticides. (more...)
Sharps Creek Farm is a new venture.Our previous location in Mt.Vernon(Sunshine Farm) was devestated by hurricane Sandy so we moved our operation to a new location Heirloom plants and value-added products will be sold at Shore Fresh farmers Market (Salibury MD) and Princess Anne farmers market(more...)