Christmas Lima bean

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Historically, gastronomic accounts date the Christmas Lima bean to the 1840s.The bean, which is often called the Chestnut Lima because of it similarity in taste to the nut, is a large, white, flat seed with maroon spots and swirls. These intricate designs remain on the bean once it is cooked. The Christmas Lima has a full-bodied, nutty, chestnut taste and the texture of baked potatoes. It is used in both its mature green state as a shelled Lima for eating fresh, freezing or canning as well as used dried, cooked into stews and casseroles. The Christmas Lima is very successful in the high desert environments of the southwest. They are hardy, heat tolerant and very productive‚??a bean known for its yield and versatilit

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Flying S Farms

  Woodbury, TN

Flying S Farms is located in beautiful Cannon County Tennessee. We are a 6 acre Naturally Sustainable Produce Farm growing a wide variety of heirloom and non-GMO Hybrid produce. We use foliar fertilizers that are made with food grade products to promote the growth of our crops and we also use integrated pest management control. (more...)


Firth of Fifth Acres

  Cazenovia, WI

Situated on a ridge above the rolling hills of Cazenovia,Wisconsin, Firth of Fifth Acres is a 30-acre homestead focused on pasture raised sheep and chicken as well as fresh, chemical free vegetables. (more...)


First Fruits Farm

  Greenwood, LA

First Fruits Farm is a new multi-generational family farm. Our goal is to provide naturally grown produce for a developing community of individuals who want to know where their food comes from and how it is grown. We will use many heirloom varieties as well as traditional varieties that were once standards to our region. (more...)


Firesign Family Farm

  Whitmore Lake, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Firesign Family Farm raises a variety of meat animals in an ethical, natural environment, adhering to the principles of organic and bio-diverse farming. We maintain a production flock of Icelandic sheep and on occasion have breeding stock, fleeces, and sheep's milk for sale. (more...)


Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

  San Francisco, CA

The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is operated by CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). All our markets are open year-round, rain or shine. For more information and to subscribe to our weekly e-letter, visit www.cuesa.org. (more...)


Fat Blossom Farm

  Allegan, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We at Fat Blossom Farm are committed to sustainable ecological agriculture. We use only organic methods with a long term outlook so that what we produce is both healthy for you and the land. Long rotations and a broad diversity of crops ensure that the land stays in balance. (more...)