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.
Our mission is to farm as stewards of the land, working with natural cycles to create a symphony of healthy soil, animals, community, and great food. At Trusted Roots Farm, members pick up their produce at the farm, the Downtown Pittsfield Farmers Market or the East Greenbush Farmers Market. (more...)
Trogg's Hollow is a family-owned and run farm located in Poplar Grove and Elgin, Illinois. We have always been passionate about growing vegetables, and in 2009 we expanded our personal growing space to start producing enough for other families. Our goal is to grow good food naturally and to live and farm as sustainably as possible. (more...)
Our family farm was established and 1982 and has continued to evolve thanks to the support of mid-Michigan and Lansing-lovers like us! We use sustainable, organically-inspired methods; using minimal chemical inputs and promoting good soil health by using compost and pulling weeds the old fashioned way. (more...)
Thornfield CSA started as an urge to keep bees in 2007. Our goal is to not only feed the bees, but also to provide members with a colorful range of fruits and vegetables - some which they know, some of which are new to them and unavailable elsewhere. All produce is grown as sustainably as possible, without the use of pesticides or herbicides. (more...)
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...)
We grow using organic and sustainable inputs and methods including open-pollinated, non-GMO seed, no chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, crop rotation and use of row cover, composting, biodegradable pots and packaging, the use of harvested rainwater and solar energy. We are located on the southside of Sheboygan, within the city! (more...)