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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Yacolt Mountain Farm and Nursery LLC

  Yacolt, WA

Yacolt Mountain Farm and Nursery LLC is a diversified small scale farm which was started in 2011 by our, Caroline and Daniel Swansey, small and growing family. Both of us have been working toward a dream of owning and operating a small organic farm for many years and our dream is finally becoming a reality. (more...)


Xochicalli Gardens & Resource Center

  Corpus Christi, TX

We are a Natural Native Farm , researching Native Foods/Native Diets and its effects on reducing Diabetes and Heart Disease. (more...)


Wynn's Tomato Ranch

  Prairie Grove, AR

WTR is a family farm built and worked by just the 6 of us Wynns. We are located in a historic valley near the Battle of Prairie Grove site. Once a "Viney Grove" for which it bears the name and then a heavy producer of tomatoes and strawberries in the early part of the 1900's, is now home to our "ranch". (more...)


Wrocklage Run Farm

  Pleasant Plain, OH    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

WROCKLAGE RUN FARM Located on 21 beautiful acres in the Southeastern corner of Warren County, Ohio (near Pleasant Plain) Wrocklage Run Farm is family owned and operated. The farm is powered by USA made solar panels and operates on permaculture principles and ethics (Earth care/people care). (more...)


Worth It Farms

  Hiram, GA

We are a small, family farm dedicated to hanging onto and bringing back "heritage breeds" of livestock. We use The Livestock Conservancy to assist us in selecting with breeds to keep, along with our own research. We know that the best way to save a breed from extinction is make it useful on the farm again. (more...)


Woolly Locust

  Stevensville , MT

Welcome to the 2012 growing (CSA) year. We are still taking a few members applications. All payments must be in by June 15th. We are looking forward to serving you this year.(more...)