Sudduth Strain Brandywine tomato

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The Sudduth Strain Brandywine tomato is one of the best tasting heirloom tomatoes available to gardeners today. It has an incredibly rich, delightfully intense tomato flavor. When ripening on the vine, the Sudduth Brandywine's flesh bulges out of its skin. The tomatoes are large, pink, beefsteak fruits weighing up to 2 pounds

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Briar Patch Farm

  Lexington, VA

Briar Patch Farm is a small, family owned farm in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. We raise registered Jersey Cattle and have a well established cow share program. In addition, we produce goat milk soap from our mixed dairy goat herd. We have fresh produce in season and farm fresh eggs year round!(more...)

Bountiful Blessings Farm

  Williamsport, TN

Bountiful Blessings Farm is a small, certified organic family farm dedicated to providing our customers with the highest quality food we can possibly grow. We only sell to others what we would want to eat ourselves. (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...)

Blueberry Hill Vegetables

  Clear Spring, MD

Blueberry Hill Farm is a Certified Organic Grower of fruits, vegetables, cut flowers, and containerized ornamental plants. We sell produce through farmer markets and restaurants.(more...)

Blue Skies Farm LLC

  Brooklyn, WI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

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 are known locally for our raspberries, heirloom tomatoes and fresh tropical ginger. (more...)