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.
Shooting Star CSA is a 15 acre, CCOF-certified organic farm located in the Suisun Valley, in Fairfield, California, just a 40-minute drive from the Bay Area. We grow a diversified mix of over 35 different vegetable crops, everything from radishes to peppers. (more...)
Shell Bell Farm features at-the-farm sales of produce, culinary herbs, fresh flowers, poultry, and eggs. Located 1/2 mile south of Douglas on Blue Star Highway, 2014 is the first full year of operation for Shell Bell Farm. We began our transition to organic certification in 2013.(more...)
Serenbe Farms is an intensive 5-acre certified organic, diversified farm located in Palmetto, GA, just 30 miles south of Atlanta, GA. We grow over 50 different vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs in over 300 different varieties. (more...)
Second Nature Farm is a 4-acre farm in Norton, MA that grows fruit and vegetables free from chemical fertilizers and pesticides. We offer a flexible, option-based CSA and also sell at farmers' markets in Easton, Braintree, and Hingham. (more...)
Seasons Eatings Farm is an old farm with a new focus and name. Seasons Eatings reflects what we specialize in - seasonal eating. We have fresh greens from mid-winter to a few days before the first day of winter. (more...)
My husband, children, and I farm and operate around 200 acres with my husband's parents in the Bremen area.Our family believes in producing farm fresh quality products for consumers in the local community. (more...)