Mayflower bean

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The Mayflower arrived in the US in the 1620s, bringing with it the Mayflower bean. After its initial introduction to the Americas, the bean was widely circulated among the people of the Carolina region. The Mayflower plant has short pods that hold the small, square shaped beans. The beans are a beautiful creamy color with dark-red speckles. Known for its musty flavor, the Mayflower bean is ideal for relishes, salads and salsas.

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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...)


F.A. Farm

  Ferndale, WA

We are a small farm emphasizing sustainable and ethical practices. We focus on direct marketing through on-farm sales and a CSA share program. We have fresh produce for sale year-round but our main season is June through October. Our CSA share program provides you with 17 weekly boxes of fresh, tasty, local produce for $550 (2014 price). (more...)


Belle Creek Farm

  Frederick, MD

Belle Creek Farm is a new, family owned farm just minutes away from downtown Frederick and Route 15. We sell pastured pork and poultry in season, eggs from heritage breeds and heirloom vegetables. It has long been our dream to become self-sufficient and live off our land in a healthy manner. (more...)


Azure Dandelion

  Alton, MO

We are a family run farm located in the Southern Missouri / Northern Arkansas area. Our area of the country is rich in heritage. People of the Ozarks are known for Folk Art and creating things out of necessity. Gardening is also something done in this area out of necessity. Our art and farm are our only means of support for our family. (more...)