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.
Willows Bend Farm is a family run business specializing in Heirloom Tomatoes, Open Pollinated Vegetables, Flowers for Fragrance and Attracting Butterflies and Hummingbirds, Perennials, Herbs, Hanging Baskets and Container Gardens. This year we offer produce and fresh eggs grown on our farm and from other local farms. (more...)
Wildwood Gardens is a crafting studio and small vegetable, herb, and honeybee farm nestled on the southeastern slopes of the Massanutten Mountains, in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. (more...)
Whirlwind Farm is 15 beautiful ac. With 8ac. of mixed forest along Town Creek in Geraldine, Al. 7 ac of open land producing mixed vegetables and herbs on 2.5 ac. (more...)
We are people of the earth, deeply committed to a sustainable and just world. Our praxis is the production of healthy food in cooperation with the ecosystem. We love good food, growing it, cooking it, eating it, sharing it. Through our CSA we can provide more people with quality seasonal food from land and farmers you know. (more...)
The2007 harvest season is well underway at Weavers Way's newly expanded Mort Brooks Memorial Farm (commonly known as Weavers Way Farm), located in Awbury Arboretum in the East Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA. This is our seventh growing season but our first season with a full-time farmer and expanded acreage. (more...)
Welcome to Wayward Seed Farm, a CERTIFIED ORGANIC farm with a passion for providing fresh heritage and heirloom vegetables to the people of Central Ohio. (more...)