The Mayflower arrived in the US in the 1620s, bringing with it the Mayflower bean. After its initial introduction to the Americas, the bean was widely circulated among the people of the Carolina region of the country. The Mayflower plant has short pods that hold the small, square shaped beans. The beans are a beautiful creamy color with dark-red specks.
McFarland's Farmers' Market. The best locally produced food and art from our families to yours. Every Thursday 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm May 5th through October 29 2019 At the McFarland Pick nā?? (more...)
Heirloom Seeds With Local Roots We are a regionally based seed company in upstate New York. We hand craft our seeds on our small homestead farm focusing on heirloom varieties with histories in the Northeast. All of our varieties are open-pollinated, non-GMO, beautiful and tasty. (more...)
Family-owned since 1908, Hickory Hurst Farm grows certified organic cut flowers, herbs, garlic, vegetables, and some berries--blueberries, gooseberries, raspberries--on about four acres of our 96 acre farm. Harvested daily in season, our organic herbs range from basil to lovage to thyme. (more...)
Will have heritage breeds. All are welcome, please call if you would like to visit. This year I will be offer many varieties of heirloom tomatoes. I will have heirloom beans including; true cranberry, Cherokee trail of tears, Christmas Lima, Calypso (yin & yang), fresh beans (string less & french-style), and more. (more...)
Local food security begins with local, regionally adapted seeds. Great Lakes Staple Seeds provides seeds for homestead staple crops: wheat, barley, buckwheat, oats, rye, amaranth, beans, peas, lentils, cowpeas, chickpeas, squashes, flax & more... Noteworthy varieties aboard Slow Food Ark of Taste and from the Kusa Seed Society Collection. (more...)
We are a small family farm run by Julie Sheen and Tyler Pratt. We grow organic seeds, produce, and flowers just north of Pocatello in fertile Snake River valley soil. By using natural methods of pest control including row cover and diverse plantings, we keep our produce chemical-free. (more...)