Amish Paste tomato

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This heirloom tomato was discovered in Wisconsin, although its origins are in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Amish Country. The tomatoes are teardrop or heart-shaped with a brilliant red-orange color. The Amish Paste tomato has a gentle balance of acid and sweetness. When it is sliced fresh the juicy flesh sparkles and has a solid texture. The Amish Paste is eaten fresh or in sauces.

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Calm Water Botanicals

  Great Falls, MT

Herbal-infused body care products, heirloom vegetable seeds. Ecologically grown in an urban gadren- using minimal tillage, season extension, and without the use of potentially harmful pesticides.(more...)


C'est Naturelle Farms

  Oregon City, OR

We farm 100 acres in Oregon City providing the community with vegetables, dairy, pasture raised meats and eggs and we love it! We invite you to visit our farm to learn about the regenerative farming methods we use. (more...)


Butcher Crick Farms

  Carlisle, IA

Jennie Smith is the Owner/Operator of the business, which opened in 2009. She has a background in the culinary industry with a strong passion for heirloom tomatoes, and rare vegetable varieties. Butcher "Crick" was named from the creek which marks the property. (more...)


Bumblebee Farm

  Troutdale, OR

We are certified organic family farm specializing in great tasting, healthy varieties of vegetables straight from the fields to your table. We believe that by simply growing great food, and selling locally, we can help to create a healthy synergy of cooperation and inspiration between the producer and the informed consumer. (more...)


Buffalo Farmer's Market

  Buffalo, MN

The Buffalo Farmer's Market is held each Saturday morning from 8-Noon, beginning in May and going through the end of October. The dowtown location gives the market an old market atmosphere in the heart of this beautiful town. (more...)


Buckhorn Gardens

  Montrose, CO

Our beautiful farm rests at 6700 feet at the base Buckhorn Mountain in Montrose, Colorado. Although we are not certified organic, we go above and beyond the organic standards. We specialize in growing an assortment of heirloom and open pollinated vegetable varieties that are richer in nutrients and flavor then "standard" varieties. (more...)