Beaver Dam pepper

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The Beaver Dam Pepper is a Hungarian heirloom pepper that was brought to Beaver Dam, Wisconsin in 1929. The pepper's first fruits mature 80 days after transplanting, at which point they ripen from lime-green to red. The crunchy fruits are mildly hot and when seeded, they hold an excellent flavor. Rated as 3 on a heat scale of 1-5, the Beaver Dam is great for making fresh batches of cool and tangy salsas

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Jeta Farms

  Elberta, AL    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a family owned and operated farm located in Elberta, Al. We specialize in various vegetables and some specialty and heirloom vegetables. We do not plant any GMO vegetable crops.(more...)


Jen's Garden

  Casco, MI

Jen's Garden is a small farm in Casco, MI started to provide the family table with delicious naturally grown food both fresh, dried, and canned. Over time, I realized that my "hobby" was quickly becoming a dying art in America. Now I devote my time to saving, collecting, preserving heirloom seeds and promoting self sustainable living. (more...)


Invincible Summer Farms

  Southold, NY    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Invincible Summer Farms specializes in growing rare, unique, and endangered heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, herbs and flowers. Our seasonal produce is available direct to consumers via CSA and an on-site farmstand, as well as heirloom seedlings in the spring. (more...)


Hole in the Woods Farm

  Culver, IN

Founded in 2010, we are a diversified, Certified Naturally Grown, family- and community-oriented small farm located near Culver, Indiana. (more...)


Harvest Moon Farms

  Viroqua , WI

Harvest Moon is a 35-acre certified organic farm in west central Wisconsin's Driftless region on the South fork of the Bad Axe River. The land is incredibly fertile and high in natural organic matter which means the tastiest, most nutritious food grows here. (more...)


Hansen Family Farm

  Canby, OR

**Grass-Fed Beef ** Pastured Poultry ** Farm Fresh Eggs ** Pastured Pork** ** Heirloom Vegetables ** Fruits ** Heirloom Nuts** (more...)