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.
A major objective of Delectation of Tomatoes, etc. is to enhance physical health, contribute to the enjoyment of food, and encourage ecologically responsible and sustainable gardening practices by providing a wide variety of the healthiest, best tasting, and locally grown produce available. (more...)
Cold Springs Farm is a specializes in heirloom and rare varieties, as well as new varieties. The farm is in the NRCS transition to organic EQIP program as well as Certified Naturally grown. The farm is also home to free range chickens, turkeys, and red wattle hogs, and bees!(more...)
Our farm produce stands strives to provide quality, locally grown veggies and fruits. 2013 was a challenging year to raise a crop. However, the Bountiful Blessings Farm was blessed with a great season. Even though the weather was very dry over the summer, the vegetables did quit well. (more...)
Bee Heaven Farm runs a multifarm-CSA from mid-November thru April. We provide produce from our Redland Organics member farms and other South Florida organic and sustainable growers. In summer we ship certified Organic Florida Avocados mail-order to your home directly from the farm. (more...)
Athens Locally Grown is a small group of growers located around Athens, Georgia. Each grower farms his/her land using strict standards to ensure that everything produced is chemical-free. (more...)
We offer over 100 varieties of tomato starts and 50 pepper cultivars, and specialize in: Endangered heirlooms , including every tomato and pepper boarded on Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste and red-listed by RAFT , the Renewing America's Food Traditions Alliance (more...)