Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Italian Frying pepper
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.
David and I grow top-quality produce with a focus on open pollinated and heirloom varieties. We are located on 1/2 acre in Rincon Valley and have added another 1/2 acre just a mile away which allows us to grow a more diverse selection of produce. Though we are not certified organic, we do grow following those principles. (more...)
Our mission at the farm is to maximize the flavor, nutrition and quality of every product we produce through sustainable old world practices. 2009 was the milestone when Creme de la Crop became the first USDA Certified Organic farm in Northwest Indiana. (more...)
An important message to our current customers: Creekside will be closing in September, 2009. Pat & Woody have decided it's time to retire. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of our customers for their support & inspiration over these many years. (more...)
We have one acre of fruits and vegetables in an intimate CSA. We are offering 12 shares for the 2014 year. A share is about 3/4 of a bushel on average per week, which comfortably feeds a family of four. Paid shares are $500, payable in installments. Payment in full is due by May 15th. (more...)
Creative Growers is a small family farm located in the foothills of the coast range outside of Forest Grove, Oregon. Since 2000, David and Lori Hoyle have been growing high quality, organic vegetables, fruits and culinary herbs for discriminating chefs and families throughout the Willamette Valley. (more...)
Cranberry Hill Farm is named for the wild cranberry bog that occupies a portion of the farm. Although we do not harvest the cranberries, we encourage their growth to serve as a food source for the ducks that migrate through our area every fall. (more...)