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Chalk's Early Jewel tomato

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The Chalk's Early Jewel tomato is about 3-4 inches in size and produces early, in about 60 days. This tomato was originally developed by James Chalk of Norristown, Pennsylvania and made its debut in 1899. It was commercially introduced in 1904 by the Stokes Company. Chalk's Early Jewel's exterior is deep red in color, with a meaty and tender interior. When eaten raw the Chalk is quite juicy, with a great acidity, and manages to give hints of spiciness without being sour.

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Tranquil Farms

  Montgomery, TX

Tranquil Farms is a small family run farm in Montgomery, TX. We believe in and use sustainable farming and traditional animal husbandry practices in all of our farm operations. This farm has been in our family for over 30 years and during that time has never had any chemical fertilizers or pesticides used. (more...)


Tomato Bob

  Hilliard, OH

Tomato Bob grows over 400 varieties of heirloom tomatoes using earth friendly methods. We offer a huge selection of tomato and vegetable seeds on our website. Gardeners can request a free catalog to order by mail or order through our convenient online system.(more...)


Toad Haul Farm

  North Salem, NY

Toad Haul Farm is a NOFA-NY certified organic farm located in North Salem (Westchester County) NY. Growers Ellen Casale and Brian Spahr's commitment to organic standards and sustainable soil builing results in produce with a distinct energy and fresh flavor. (more...)



The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove

  Baltimore, MD    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

The Zahradka Farm at Brown's Cove has been in existence for four generations. This 80 acre farm is run today by George Zahradka III. Just like his father and grandfather before him he runs every aspect of this small farm, from buying, to selling, planting to harvesting. (more...)