The Tohono O'Odham people, who are now the watermelon's cultural stewards, originally cultivated this yellow-meated fruit. The Yellow-meated watermelon is also known as Gepi by the Tohono Oâ??odham people and as Sikyatko by the Hopi people. Watermelons were among the most important crops to the Piman and Hopi peoples, who ate them for six months of the year in the dry Arizona climate. The large oval watermelons have mottled green skin and bright orange-yellow meat. The prolific vines sprawl in all directions and are able to survive the high summer temperatures that are common to the desert environmen
Healthy Food from our farm to your table, without leaving the city! Urban Farm Fresh Eggs from Happy Heritage Breed Chickens
Organic fed Supplement
Organic Flax Seed Supplement for Omega-3 We treat our girls good, like one of the family. During the day, they are allowed to stretch their wings and are provided with supplemental organic feed as well as fresh fruits and vegetables grown right here on our urban farm.
Fresh From Local Family Farms To Your Family's Table!
Every TUESDAY from 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
May through October
787 N. Main St., Oregon, Wisconsin, In front of Bill's Food Center.
*Also at 'The Best of Wisconsin Indoor Farmers' Market' November3rd - December.22nd Saturdays 9 am - 2 pm in the McFarland Municipal Center, 5915 Milwaukee St. McFarland. Featuring:
*Seasonal Local Fresh Vegetables & Fruits
*Home Made Cookies
The Onyx Certified Farmers Market is open seasonally June through November seven days a week, from 8am to 6pm. It is located at 300 Doyle Ranch Road in Onyx, Kern County, California. The Market features locally grown produce, state certified local eggs, and nursery items. You will find a variety in season unlike most markets!
Oak Hill Farm of Sonoma is set on 700 acres of protected wildlands nestled against the western slope of the Mayacamas Mountains in Glen Ellen, California. Growing flowers and produce using sustainable agricultural practices for more than 50 years, we are privileged to grow more than 200 varieties of flowers, shrubs, orchard fruit, herbs, field-grown fruits and vegetables, and heirlooms.
Since 1975, Northfordy Farm has been striving towards a more sustainable way of life by growing vegetables and raising animals without chemical pesticides or fertilizers. On our small family farm we grow over a dozen varieties of heirloom tomatoes, as well as ginger, and perennial fruits like hardy kiwi and paw-paw--a tropical-type fruiting tree native to North America.