Grandpa Admire's lettuce

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This very pretty bicolor butter head lettuce was introduced to the public in the mid 1800s. The heads of Grandpa Admireā??s Lettuce are large and loose, with pale green leaves, washed with two distinct shades of bronze and red. The taste is mild and the leaves are hearty and substantive

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Poor House Hill

  Martinsburg, WV

A tiny farm that grows salad greens and microgreens. Do not visit the farm. We sell at markets and do not have a stand. If you want to buy directly from the farm just email me and we can arrange a visit. I am a teenager and any profit I make it goes back into the farm and for my future in sustainable farming. (more...)


Pockets Full of Pansies

  Eastpoint, FL

We are a family run nursery specializing in heirloom vegetable and herb transplants. We grow many different varieties of tomatoes, peppers and herbs as well as a few unique varieties of everything else. So far we have supplied wholesale to local hardware and feed stores but we have gotten the licensing to begin a retail market. (more...)


Pleasant Valley Farm

  Tionesta, PA

Pleasant Valley Farm is a family-run farm offering seasonal, organic produce & herbs, free range & grass-fed pork, beef, lamb, turkey, chicken and eggs, and home canned products. Dan is a second generation farmer and we use the same methods Pleasant Valley Farm has been known for since 1990. (more...)


Pine Hills Farm

  Chewelah, WA

We are family operated farm that is dedicated to sustainable farming practices. Traditionally, farm raised produce and meats were the cornerstone of healthy and fulfilling meals. 2014 Egg Share and Produce Share CSA.(more...)


Perennial Roots

  Accomac, VA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our project began as a homestead. We were looking to live a simpler life. As we cultivated herbs and tended our trees, we began to produce more than we could eat. We eased into selling to neighbors and friends and markets. We use no pesticides or herbicides -- we are a no-spray farm. (more...)