Cherokee Purple tomato

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The Cherokee Purple tomato, after years of dormancy, was rediscovered by tomato grower Craig LeHoullier, who reports that it originated with the Cherokee people over a century ago. The Cherokee Purple has a unique dusty rose color, and an extremely sweet flavor with a rich smoky taste. The Cherokee Purple has a refreshing acid, is watery, thick-skinned and earthy with a lingering flavor. The Cherokee Purple plants are very prolific, making this plant a good heirloom for gardeners and farmers.

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Carolina Bay Farms

  Hopkins, SC

We are a small sustainable farm located on a portion of our family's original settlement from 1760. We raise heritage breed Guinea Hogs along with heritage breed chickens and a small field of pesticide/herbicide free vegetables with a focus on heirloom crops to include peas that were grown during the era of the 1800's. (more...)


Capella Farm

  Ann Arbor, MI

We are proud to follow organic growing practices and work hard to provide tasty veggies and herbs year round and, during the height of summer, flowers. It's time to sign up for winter, spring and summer: 1. Winter. We started Jan. (more...)


Canvas Ranch

  Petaluma, CA

Canvas Ranch is a highly diverse, sustainable family farm. We grow all kinds of vegetables, some fruits, free-range eggs, herbs, and flowers on our beautiful 28-acre farm just six miles from the coast. (more...)



Cane Creek Farm

  Cumming, GA    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Cane Creek Farm is a small market and educational farm located amidst the rapidly spreading subdivisions of western Forsyth County. We use sustainable practices to produce vegetables, berries, flowers and herbs. Chemical fertilizers and pesticides are not used. 2015 will see four seasons of CSA offered to the local community. (more...)


Calm Water Botanicals

  Great Falls, MT

Herbal-infused body care products, heirloom vegetable seeds. Ecologically grown in an urban gadren- using minimal tillage, season extension, and without the use of potentially harmful pesticides.(more...)