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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Gardens On Air

  Albertville, AL

Aeroponically Grown Vegetables, Produce, and Herbs grown in a climate controlled Greenhouse to produce the freshest, tastiest, & healthiest vegetables, pesticide & herbicide free. No seasonal worries with continual harvesting every 25 - 45 days depending on the crop. Veteran Owned and Operated. (more...)


Gales Meadow Farm

  Gales Creek, OR

Rene├ó┬?┬▓ and Anne Berblinger began farming in the Gales Creek Valley in western Washington County in 1999. Our farm, on the northeast side of Gales Creek Road, includes 9 flat acres of wonderful soil, a steep wooded hillside - the west side of Clapshaw Hill - and a riparian area with cottonwoods. (more...)


Foxglove Farms

  Hortonville, WI

We are growers of organic heirloom/heritage vegetables specializing in heirloom tomatoes and peppers, carrying over 150 varieties. We grow with certified organic seed, soil and fertilizers, planting in recyclable containers. (more...)


Foggy River Farm

  Healdsburg, CA

Check out our blog at: www.wisdomoftheradishcom Our farm sits on the floodplain of the Russian River, down the road from the towns of Windsor and Healdsburg in beautiful Sonoma County. We are currently accepting applications for our CSA's 2012 season, and would love for you to join our farm family! (more...)


Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

  San Francisco, CA

The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is operated by CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture). All our markets are open year-round, rain or shine. For more information and to subscribe to our weekly e-letter, visit www.cuesa.org. (more...)


Fat Blossom Farm

  Allegan, MI    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We at Fat Blossom Farm are committed to sustainable ecological agriculture. We use only organic methods with a long term outlook so that what we produce is both healthy for you and the land. Long rotations and a broad diversity of crops ensure that the land stays in balance. (more...)