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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Three Springs Fruit Farm

  Aspers, PA

Located between Gettysburg and Carlisle in northern Adams County, Three Springs Fruit Farm has been family owned and operated for over 100 years. (more...)



The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove

  Baltimore, MD    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove has been in existence for four generations. This 80 acre farm is run today by George Zahradka III. Just like his father and grandfather before him he runs every aspect of this small farm, from buying, to selling, planting to harvesting. (more...)


The Calico Shepherdess

  Rattan, OK

Sheep and lamb shares now available! Grass fed & chemical free. Please email us for details. A limited number of fresh fleeces will also be available. We raise heritage breed sheep and chickens & heirloom fruit, vegetables, flowers, and grains. We may be adding cattle and pigs in the future, but are still researching breeds at present. (more...)


Terralumina Gardens

  Toledo, WA

We grow amazing Heirloom produce. Our CSA is up and running, and we hope to continue it year round. Our mission is to grow the most flavorful, highest quality produce possible. Doing so utilizing organic methods, preserving genetic biodiversity, and showing profitability implementing sustainable techniques and practices. (more...)


Szarek Farms, LLC

  Clinton, NY    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a small greenhouse farm in CNY. We grow vertical! We use hydroponic methods, using "coir" which is an organic material made from coconut husk fiber ,to grow all our veggies. We do not use pesticides or GMO's in our vegetable production. (more...)