Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Italian Frying pepper

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This variety of pepper was originally from Basilicata, a southern region of Italy. It takes its name from seed saver Jimmy Nardello, who brought the seeds from Italy while immigrating to Connecticut in 1887. The Jimmy Nardello's pepper is sweet and light when eaten raw. It is considered one of the very best frying peppers as its fruity raw flavor becomes perfectly creamy and soft when fried.

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Thornfield

  Menomonie, WI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Thornfield CSA started as an urge to keep bees in 2007. Every year since then, the garden and the bee yard have expanded in size. (more...)


Thorne Farm

  Westminster, MD

Located on 25 acres just outside of Westminster, Maryland, we are passionate about local produce, and sell our products each week at the Downtown Westminster Farmers Market. All of our vegetables are grown without the use of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or fungicides. We do not use any genetically modified seeds. (more...)



Thimblefull Farm

  Cape May Court House, NJ

Thimblefull Farms is located at Leaming's Run Gardens in Cape May County. No harmful chemical pesticides or products are used, farm visits are always welcome. A variety of unusual heirloom vegetables are grown, along with favorite standard items. Herb plants and fresh cut flowers are also available some weeks. (more...)


The Weed Patch

  Belview, MN

Along the Minnnesota River bluffs we grow produce for a farmers market and a CSA. We grow only heirloom and open pollinated produce. (more...)


The Urbanfarmer

  Sheboygan, WI

We grow using organic and sustainable inputs and methods including open-pollinated, non-GMO seed, no chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, crop rotation and use of row cover, composting, biodegradable pots and packaging, the use of harvested rainwater and solar energy. We are located on the southside of Sheboygan, within the city! (more...)