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.
Encouraging nature organically since 2005. We grow mushrooms, vegetables, potted herbs and useful plants for the landscape. Farmer Jeff s unique products are available at The Peachtree Rd Farmers Market, a few select restaurants,online and our off the farm CSA. (more...)
FarmIndy is a collaboration that joins two Indianapolis-area farms (Seldom Seen Farm and Balanced Harvest Farm) into a single entity. We grow our veggies naturally - no synthetic herbicides, pesticides or fertilizers. (more...)
The Farm of Plenty at Little Moran is a community supported farm that grows organic heirloom vegetables. Heirlooms are seed varieties that are over 100 years old. The flavor and nutrient densities are usually much better than what is available today in the traditional grocery store setting. (more...)
Farm in you Yard. is a new venture from Happy Cat Farm, We have designed and built tons of veg gardens and potagers over the years. This year we are taking it one step further, We will meet with clients, engage, inspire and challenge them to think differently about their food shed and the roll they play in that system. (more...)
Sprouting on some dirt in rural Spring Mills, Pennsylvania... Fallywalker Farm is a curious little farm where not all carrots are orange... where radishes grow in the air... cucumbers look like lemons, tomatoes like brains... the best tasting potatoes are blue... and even the lettuce has freckles! (more...)
Our small farm is located on the transition of the channeled scab lands and the fertile Palouse. The farm has been family owned since 1969. We grow heirloom and rare varieties of fruits and vegetables and market them locally at farmers markets. We also have free range chicken eggs and are currently expanding into dairy goats.(more...)