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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Wayward Seed Farm

  London, OH

Welcome to Wayward Seed Farm, a CERTIFIED ORGANIC farm with a passion for providing fresh heritage and heirloom vegetables to the people of Central Ohio. (more...)


Wayward Lane Farm

  Franklin, IN

Wayward Lane Farm is a sustainable family owned and operated farm that uses organic methods to grow both vegetables and pastured meats. We are located 30 minutes south of Indianapolis near Bargersville. (more...)


Waxwing Farm

  Webster, MN

Waxwing Farm is located just 40 minutes south of the Twin Cities. We try to raise our vegetables and animals in the most sustainable way we can. Though we are not certified, we follow organic practices in our farming. We aim to manage our land in a way that promotes long-term health and diversity. (more...)


Watershed Garden Works

  Longview, WA

"Wherever you stand, be the soul of that place" - Rumi Watershed Garden Works is a retail and wholesale nursery specializing in Pacific Northwest native plants. We carry a wide variety of edible, ornamental, and medicinal plants retail. (more...)


Waters Organic Farm

  Baxter, TN

We are a growing organic farm with year round high quality fruits,vegetables and cut flowers. We sell through four 12 week CSA's each year including a winter salad CSA, local farmers markets, and direct restaurant sales. (more...)


Warner River Organics

  webster, NH    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Warner River Organics is a certified organic producer of spring vegetable and herb seedlings, seasonal mixed vegetables, medicinal and culinary herbs, shiitake mushrooms, tree fruit and berries. We grow many Asian, heirloom and European vegetable and greens varieties. Season extension techniques allow us to produce year round. (more...)