Orange Oxheart tomato
The Orange Oxheart tomato is a family heirloom from the Virginias region. This fruit has a deep orange skin, which hides a dense, orange flesh. The Oxheart is appropriately heart-shaped and can grow to a large size, often weighing in at one pound or more. The meat of the tomato is dense with a rich aroma. This heirloom tomato has superior flavor and its meatiness makes it excellent for salsas and canning.
At Phasian Farms, I raise/breed heritage poultry breeds for the backyard enthusiast. These are birds raised to produce eggs, as well as for enhancement to the landscape & garden--often kept as pets. My focus is heritage & truly rare breeds as well as a few more common ones that I find companionable. (more...)
A Jersey Girl who is trying to be a good steward of her corner of the SC Upstate. I raise happy and healthy Nigerian Dwarf goats for "gardening duties" and milking. We have friendly, healthy kids for sale from time to time. Please check my sales page on my website for availability. (more...)
Grower and farmstand seller of organic heirloom and hybrid tomatoes. Both as seedlings in the spring and ripe tomatoes available in the summer and fall. Currently we are growing 20 different varieties of heritage and hybrid tomatoes. Tomato starts are available from March through the end of May. (more...)
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Owl's Nest Plantation is a Certified Naturally Grown Farm and a full service Organic and Natural Foods Purveyor serving the general public, restaurants, retail and wholesale accounts. We offer a widely diversified selection of the finest and freshest Organic and Natural foods deliverd directly to your home or business. (more...)
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