Aunt Molly's Husk tomato (aka Ground Cherry)
This heirloom is not actually a cherry, but rather a small ground tomato. The fruits were recorded in horticultural literature as early as 1837 in Pennsylvania and are still common today at roadside stands in late summer. This outstanding Polish variety is prized for its clean flavor, with hints of vanilla and pineapple. Because of their high pectin count, the Ground Cherries can be used for preserves, pies, over ice cream or in fresh fruit salads.
A multigenerational farm, the Foust family farm has been a part of the the Mt. Hope church community since 1796. Where once was grown tobacco and a small family garden plot, is now given over to fruit and vegetable production beyond our own family needs. My brother and I [and sometimes my sister] have chosen to continue our legacy as farmers... (more...)
USDA certified organic by MOSA (Midwest Organic Services Association) .(more...)
Flying Plow Farm is a small-scale diversified farm. Key to our farming is the integration of vegetables, cattle, poultry, draft animals, pigs, and people to create a self-sustaining farm organism. Our farm is 56 acres with 12 acres used for bio-extensive vegetable production and most of the remainder in pasture and hay for our livestock. (more...)
Flint River Farm is an urban educational farm located just south of downtown Flint. We strive to provide our community with the freshest, healthiest and best food around. 2014 will be our fourth CSA season opening up with 25 available shares. We can also be found every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at the Flint Farmers Market. (more...)
Five Seeds Farm is a small, family-operated, city farm in Baltimore city & county, Maryland. We are currently operating on 4 acres total including 2 sites in Baltimore City. We produce fruits, vegetables & honey. We currently sell at 3 farmers' markets and serve several area restaurants. (more...)
Hello and welcome to Five Oaks Farm CSA and our listing info for 2015. It's going to be another great year! We use organic practices to bring you fresh, great tasting food. Our CSA season starts in June and wraps up in December. We grow more than 50 food crops, encompassing more than 120 different variety thru the seasons. (more...)