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.
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...)
Now in our sixth year of production, we continue to expand our growing beds and improve the soil on three acres of Cheshire town-owned land. . We adhere to the stringent growing and environmental standards contained in the CTNOFA Farmer's Pledge. We are offering 68 CSA shares in our 2014 distribution season. (more...)
Located in the Uncompahgre Valley on the Western Slope of Colorado, Borden Farms is a USDA Certified Organic family farm in the historic farming community of Pea Green. At an elevation of 5,600 feet, the warm summer days and cool nights combine with a fertile sandy loam soil to provide ideal growing conditions. (more...)
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...)
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 Ox Farm is a small certified organic family farm in Central NH. We grow high quality vegetables and annual fruits. CSA shares available for late spring, summer and fall. Email for more information and an application, or visit our website at www.blueoxfarm.com.(more...)