The German Pink tomato is a Bavarian variety that is currently grown in Festina, Iowa. The plants produce large 1-2 pound meaty fruits with few seeds. The German Pink has a full sweet flavor, even floral, and a tender skin. The tomato is an extremely versatile fruit, as it is excellent for canning and freezing but also slicing and juicing.
Welcome to Sunshine Life! Let us help to brighten your day with our large selection of field-fresh flowers, including exquisite dahlias (one of the largest collections in NC!) and wonderfully fragrant lilies. We specialize in "veganic" products, which are grown without the use of animal waste by-products while using organic growing techniques and products listed with OMRI.
Sunseed Farm is a year-round vegetable farm located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. We grow vegetables and fruits to feed the community that supports us through our four-season CSA and sales at markets and to local restaurants and grocers. We believe in the necessity of integrating ecology with farming, and we work to provide transformational experiences for all those who interact with the farm.
We are a small organic produce farm with a wide variety of vegetables and herbs. Largest and widest variety crops are the tomatoes, mostly heirlooms, beets, potatoes, and lettuces. Also have asparagas, herbs, and rhubarb. Occaisionally have specialty items offered that are not organic but pesticide free from neighboring farms, like mulberries and blueberries.
Stoughton's Farmers' Market. The best locally produced food
and art from our families to yours. Every Friday 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
May 3rd through October 25th, 2010. Stoughton Plaza 1050 W.
Main St., Stoughton, Wisconsin. Also, November 2nd - December 21 in the McFarland Municipal Center, 5915 Milwaukee St. McFarland 9 am - 2 pm Featuring: *Local fresh vegetables &
Stoney Lonesome is a family owned and operated farm in Gainesville, Va., thirty-five miles west of Washington D.C. Our farm landscape is an ideal setting for diversified food production; our gardens are surrounded by pasture, forest and ponds.
We sustain our garden soil through crop rotation, composting, mineral amendments and straw mulch. We do not use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.
We offer Apprenticeships to interested young folks during our April through October growing season.
I began farming at Stone Cloud Gardens in 1993. I began going to markets in 1994. My business has grown. I have learned. It is my hope that customers that come to Farmers Markets appreciate what is special about Market Gardening and... ASK THESE QUESTIONS..... Did you grow this? What variety is this?
Why did you choose this variety? When did you harvest it?
How did you handle it after harvest? What grows alongside this crop?
Where is it in your crop rotation?