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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Wiljay Farm

  Fairplay, MD

We are a small family farm that produces naturally grown produce, eggs, and poultry for local market. Heirloom, open pollenated varieties of plants and heritage breed animals are our sources of stock. Wiljay Farm is strictly NON GMO and strives to use organic stock where ever possible. (more...)


Wildwood Gardens

  Stanley, VA

Wildwood Gardens is a crafting studio and small vegetable, herb, and honeybee farm nestled on the southeastern slopes of the Massanutten Mountains, in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. (more...)


Wildroot Botanicals

  Bellingham, WA

Wildroot Botanicals is a small family business/farm located in the lovely Pacific Northwest. We specialize in wild harvests from our lush environment and growing medicinals out at our farm. We LOVE working with plants and we feel grateful. (more...)


Wildfire Farm

  Huntsville, AR

Wildfire Farm sells and provides home delivery of eggs, flowers, shiitake mushrooms, strawberries, vegetables, plants, garlic braids and wreaths through our CSA. Recipes and tips on storage are included in weekly share. (more...)


Wildcat Permaculture Farm

  Hillsville, VA

Started in 2006, the farm has evolved from just two chickens to a large mixed flock of heritage breed poultry, Purebred and American Oberhasli Dairy Goats, a small cottage business selling handmade cold-process soaps and salves, and a budding market garden. This farm operates using the principles of 'permaculture'. (more...)


Wild Things Farm

  Pocola, OK    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Our season begins in April with luscious strawberries, both you pick and ready pick. Blueberries begin in late May followed by blackberries. In the summer, sweet corn, tomatoes, melons and other vegetables are available. Or come and experience some great country fun in the fall in our 5 acre corn maze, pumpkin patch, and hay ride.(more...)