Red Fig tomato

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These 1.5 inch pear-shaped tomatoes have been grown in American gardens since the 18th century. They were traditionally dried and packed away for winter use in substitute of figs. They are also used fresh. The Red Fig Tomato is named for a sugary delicacy that was made with this fruit and popular in the mid 1800s. The tomato is currently available from only three seed companies in the United States. Fresh Red Figs have a full tomato taste with very sweet skin. In addition to being a delicious plated solo act, they're perfect for contemporary tomato jams and chutney

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Borodino Market @ Schoolhouse Farms

  Skaneateles, NY

The Borodino Market at Schoolhouse Farms a seasonal Market. It is located in a one room Schoolhouse listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nestled in the eastern Finger Lakes The Borodino Market lies between Skaneateles and Otisco lake in the hamlet of Borodino New York. (more...)


Boondockers Farm

  Beavercreek, OR

We are a small organic farm in beavercreek, oregon right outside portland we specialize in rare heirloom tomatoes and squash. We sell all products from 4 breeds of poultry listed as critically endangered by the american livestock breeds conservancy. (more...)


Bluemoon Organics

  Sarona, WI

We are a small organic producer of veggies and apples. We have 12 garlic varieties,20 heirloom tomato varieties, many potato including 5 types of fingerlings as well carrots. beans, peppers, cabbages etc. Most all varieties are heirloom. (more...)


Blue Skies Berry Farm

  Brooklyn, WI

We are an organic raspberry, vegetable and edible flower farm. To be clear about our organic status, we certified our farm for 11 years before deciding to no longer support the USDA program. We still follow traditional organic growing practices. We have pick-your-own raspberries is late August through mid-September. (more...)


Black Sheep Family Farm

  Floyd, VA

Black Sheep Family Farm grows vegetables on five flat acres in Floyd County, VA. Blair and Katie Watkins reside on the farm with their five children, and have been farming for over seven years. Our family has a serious commitment to raising our kids in the healthiest environment with the cleanest and freshest food possible. (more...)


Beech Springs Farm

  Orrtanna, PA

Beech Springs Farm specializes in organically grown heirloom produce, harvested at the peak of freshness and available in 2014 as CSA shares. We offer two share sizes: a full share, which will typically feed a household of four or more; or a half share, which should be sufficient for a household of one to two adults and younger children. (more...)