Sibley squash

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The Sibley Squash, which is also known as "Pike's Peak," was obtained from a woman in Van Dinam, Iowa, who had grown it for more than fifty years. Hiram Sibley & Company of Rochester, New York, introduced it commercially in 1887. The Sibley is a Hubbard-type squash with moderately vigorous 12-15 foot vines. The slate blue, teardrop-shaped fruits have very shallow ribs and weigh from 8 to 10 pounds. Its medium-thick orange flesh is flavorful and sweet. The flesh becomes drier and richer with storage, reaching its peak right after the turn of the New Y

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Tomahnous Farm

  Mahomet, IL

We raise a diverse variety or certified organic fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms as well as honey, milk, eggs, and pasture fed & heritage meats.(more...)



Thistle Byre Farm

  Delphi, IN

Check out the farm pictures on face book..... We will not up date Local Harvest after this year due to costs ...check out face book for daily farm updates and useful information.....Our website is in the process of being updated...so face book is most accurate now....We are also on LinkedIn.. Eat clean and healthy food! (more...)


The King's Garden

  Carlton, WA

The King's Garden is beginning its 20th year of growing great organic food in sunny Okanogan County! (more...)


The Farm at Kraut Run

  Wentzville, MO

We are a small family farm that uses sustainable organic growing practices and heirloom varieties of vegetables. We sell our produce through a 50 member CSA and at Lake St. Louis Farmers Market. We offer educational programs on and off site. We also offer garden consultation and gardening classes. (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...)