Used by American Indians, African Americans and early European settlers, wild Persimmons are a distinctively American fruit. Although currently the greatest abundance of trees are found along the Mississippi River Valley, the native Persimmon's range extends from Connecticut to Florida, and as far west as Kansas and Texas. The fruits are a burnt orange color and often develop a bluish haze after the first frost. Wild Persimmons have a unique, succulent flesh that can be used for both savory and sweet dishes, including breads, pies, ice cream, candies and sauces.
Walnut Hollow Farms is a group of five farms in Gaston county, NC, owned and overseen by our family. All five farms were owned by our ancestors. When Nicholas Friday first moved here, to start his family, from York, PA in the 1750s Gaston county hadn't yet been established (est. 1846) . (more...)
Currently we are operating a small produce farm. Our items include various types of beans, tomatoes, peppers, lettuce,cabbage....We also are beginning to produce Shiitake Mushrooms and are wanting to sell them locally when the are available and fresh. Our property also produces blackberries, raspberries, wine berries and mulberries. (more...)
We are a rural Christ-centered family & small farm located in Marion County, Georgia. We endeavor to live simply and honor the Lord Jesus Christ. We like to make things with our hands like wood crafts, soaps, apple butter, jams, baked goods, etc. We sell things we produce locally, and occasionally extras online. Members of: (more...)
We sell organic produce, herbs, and some fruit from May-November at our farmstand on Saundersville Road a mile behind the Walmart in Hermitage, Saturday mornings from 8-12. We sell the best-tasting vegetables we can find at prices competitive with supermarkets. (more...)
CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Central Montgomery County, PA: Two Miles Micro-Farm is a family-owned, Certified Naturally Grown, "permaculture" farm, conveniently located in Upper Gwynedd Twp.. Montgomery County, PA. We are offering a limited number of shares in our 2013 CSA (Spring/Summer) Season. (more...)
At Turkey Hill Farm we grow vegetables and fruits for market and select local restaurants. In Fall, Winter and Spring we grow Lettuces, traditional Southern greens, Asian greens, arugula, carrots, turnips, Brassicas, radishes, scallions, green garlic, turmeric, ginger, and Satsumas. (more...)