Horticulturalist Luther Burbank developed this tomato, which bears his name, in 1914. The tomato has a classic taste that is acidic yet sweet. The fruits are relatively small and uniform, with a deep red color. The Burbank is particularly special because it is very nutritious, containing the highest total free amino acids of all tomatoes tested.
We are a locally owned organic farm nestled on the banks of the Yakima River dedicated to providing the freshest produce for the discerning customer. We grow a varierty of mixed vegetables and herbs with as many heirlooms as possible, utilizing only sustainable and earth-friendly methods. (more...)
Healing Thyme Gardens is owned and operated by our family. We have a passion for healthy living and believe that food is the best medicine money can buy. We grow vegetables naturally, the way God intended, without GMOs, pesticides or herbicides. We offer lots of varieties, and colors - all open pollinated heirlooms. (more...)
HappyDirt is located on 3 1/2 acres in South Medford, on the border between urban and rural. The soil is rich clay loam. We grow a wide variety of vegetables and flowers--both heirloom and standard varieties. We use no artificial chemicals in the soil. We are non-GMO. (more...)
TURKEY DEPOSITS FOR THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS HERE NOW DUE BY AUG 1ST, Price $50.00 For Med and Large only small sold out. Price per lb is $5.50 all natural, no antibiotics, no hormones, Not fed SOY so NO SOY WHAT SO EVER. FIRST TIME EVER THANKSGIVING AND CHRISTMAS GOOSE DEPOSITS ARE HERE NOW DUE BY AUG 1ST, Price $20.00 For Med and Large. (more...)
Great Marsh Organics makes local, certified organic produce available to individuals who make arrangements in advance to buy direct from us. We own prime farmland and serve vegans, vegetarians, and everyone who appreciates organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs. (more...)
Grace Haven Acres is a small family-owned farm located in the beautiful SW Wisconsin Richland County. We are strongly committed to sustainable farming practices to improve our soil through composting, cover cropping, and crop rotation. (more...)