Southern Field Peas
The term 'Southern Field Peas' refers to hundreds of different varieties of peas that are subdivided into four main groups: field peas, Crowder peas, cream peas and black-eyed peas. Originally brought to the US from the Niger River basin of West Africa, Field peas have been in the New World since colonial times. Field peas became a staple food among poor residents in the deep American south, as they are drought tolerant and easily adaptable to varying types of soils. The beans are eaten both as fresh shelled beans and dried, on the vine, for winter eating. Each variety offers a distinctive taste and color.
We are a Natural Native Farm , researching Native Foods/Native Diets and its effects on reducing Diabetes and Heart Disease. (more...)
Our season begins in April with luscious strawberries, both you pick and ready pick. Blueberries begin in late May followed by blackberries. In the summer, sweet corn, tomatoes, melons and other vegetables are available. Or come and experience some great country fun in the fall in our 5 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, and hay ride.(more...)
I am currently growing diversified vegetables and fruit on approximately 2.5 acres in 2 locations. The Angel Garden is 20 miles southeast of Midland and the Phoenix Garden is approximately 5 miles east of downtown Midland on Business 20. I use sustainable and biodynamic agricultural methods. (more...)
We are a small, family owned and operated farm in east Tennessee. We grow a variety of fresh produce available to local customers. We also specialize in producing top quality heirloom vegetable and herb seeds.(more...)
Whirlwind Farm is 15 beautiful ac. With 8ac. of mixed forest along Town Creek in Geraldine, Al. 7 ac of open land producing mixed vegetables and herbs on 2.5 ac. (more...)
Local sales of fresh vegetables / plants in season. Call or email me for availability. We grow for retail and a few wholesale items, all of which are grown according to standards that meet Organic certification but we are not certified and probably will not be, just because I don't need them as a partner on this farm. (more...)