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.
Northern Tropics is a owner operated greenhouse business in southern Delaware county Indiana. We grow many rare and unusual plants. Tropical plants: bananas, palms, brugmansias, daturas, tobacco,hardy hibiscus, and many more... (more...)
Moonrise Farms is a small family owned farm in Northeastern Arizona. We grow over 200 varieties of vegetables and herbs. In the spring we sell a variety of naturally grown heirloom vegetable seedlings. We sell our produce at local farmers markets through the spring and summer. (more...)
A small family-operated farm that specializes in premium organic heirloom tomato, pepper and lettuces starter plants, offered only in the spring. As the season progresses, produce is also available for purchase using the honor system via a market stand at the front of the property. State licensed and inspected for many years.(more...)
We are an organic produce farmer and vendor at the Jacksonville Farmers Market bringing local residents together with local organic farmers and artisans. Our principle goal is to provide people with affordable alternatives to high priced grocery chain products where local or even regional purchasing is overlooked. (more...)
The Market Square Farmers' Market is an open-air, producer-only market. The MSFM features produce, locally baked goods, free-range eggs, grass-fed meat, herbs, honey and live plants, as well as regional art and craft booths, demonstrations, and entertainment. (more...)
We grow many hard to find varieties of herb plants, culinary and medicinal also hummingbrid and butterfly plants and heirloom veggie plants, we offer classes and workshops on many topics including growing herbs, basketweaving, soapmaking, salves and medicine making and herbal cooking(more...)