This round, smooth fruit with a brilliant orange uniform color weighs around 8-10 oz. It is a midseason indeterminate tomato that grows well in northern and cooler climates . It is a family heirloom from Maine. Some say it is called "Valencia" because it looks like a Valencia orange, while others suspect it came from Valencia, Spain. The tomato has an excellent, full, complex tomato taste, with a great balance of acidic and sweet. It is meaty and rich with few seeds. Tasters describe the Valencia as bursting with flavor, rich and buttery as well as pineapple-like, sweet and refreshing.
We are a small family farm practicing natural and sustainable methods in growing over 60 varieties of vegetables, herbs, fruit and berries. We provide the basics along with many heirlooms and other unique produce. We also raise pastured, antibiotic-free chickens. We sell through the St. (more...)
Our landmark family heritage farm has been sustainably run and diversified for over 100 years. The orchards have many varieties dating back to the first fruit trees in the state. We believe in using environmentally friendly, scientifically proven methods of farming. (more...)
Wild Carrot Farm LLC. USDA Certified Organic Vegetables, Fruits, Flowers, and Herbs. Vegetable and Flower Plants. Farm to School and School to Farm Programs. CSA Program - see website for details.(more...)
Whirlwind Farm is 15 beautiful ac. With 8ac. of mixed forest along Town Creek in Geraldine, Al. 7 ac of open land producing mixed vegetables and herbs on 2.5 ac. (more...)
We are a small, family farm growing a wide variety of vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. We sell at farmers markets, through CSA subscriptions and to local restaurants. We enjoy growing good food for our community. We also give farm tours to schools and other groups.(more...)
The2007 harvest season is well underway at Weavers Way's newly expanded Mort Brooks Memorial Farm (commonly known as Weavers Way Farm), located in Awbury Arboretum in the East Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA. This is our seventh growing season but our first season with a full-time farmer and expanded acreage. (more...)