Most visitors to St. Augustine, Florida have never heard of St. Augustine's most beloved treasure, the Datil pepper, but it has been the centerpiece of Old Florida cuisine since the 1800s. The plant typically grows to be around one to two and a half feet tall and bears elongated yellow/orange colored peppers. The pepper's spicy, bright and fruity flavor is well suited to hot-sauces, spice mixes and other recipes.
Jeb Smith and his family have been farming the same land for five generations. Before diversifying, the family raised potatoes since 1923. Today the farm grows perennial peanut hay, sod, Tilapia, and pasture-raised beef. WE HAVE PASTURE-RAISED BEEF AVAILABLE! We offer standard split-half and custom cut half and whole shares. (more...)
We are a 180 acre farm located in Coastal Georgia. We raise and sell local, sustainably grown produce, beef, goat meat and honey. We supply produce for a number of area restaurants and maintain a 50 member CSA Program. For more information about our farm please visit our website: www.sapelofarms.com (more...)
PLEASE NOTE: We love Local Harvest and this site gave us our first web presence. We continue to meet many of you through this site, but would like to make you aware that our web page contains much more information and the link appears on this page under 'Contact Info'. Please see our web page for prices, pictures, directions and much more. (more...)
Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana, our historic farm homestead is now home to over 100 beautiful alpacas as well as our naturally-tended gardens and orchards. We specialize in garlic along with a variety of other produce, all as lovingly tended as our alpaca friends. (more...)
A 360 food fresh produce & edibles market open 7 Days a week year round. We are your local produce stand found on San Jose Blvd. next to Mcdnalds and Bailey gym. We offer Local Georgia and Florida produce. (more...)
We are a small organic and beyond farm. We are now developing our new farm into a permaculture food forest. We are enriching our soils with our rabbit compost,azomite and lots of mulch. In the fall we will start to plant the vegetable gardens.Hugh is a chef and is available for private in home dinners. Remember "Life's a Garden! Dig It".(more...)