Janna Anderson grows sustainably on 40 acres in Waddell and Organically in Laveen on my 7 acre orchard purchased in 2011. Since I bought the abandonded little adobe section house from Phoenix's historic 1930's farming past, I have enjoyed redeveloping the property which was once a citrus orchard and turning it back into agricultural use. In 2016,I am looking forward to harvesting over 20 different varieties of fruit, including peaches, and more to come in the future.
In Waddell, the focus is on Heritage grains and corn, planted along with vegetables which I grow for the wholesale market. Varieties I cultivate include several on the Ark of Taste, Chapalote Corn, Emmer, White Sonoran and Red Fife wheats, and I'itoi onions,
I no longer do farmers markets, but when the fruits are mature and we have excess I may consider opening Pinnacle South for weekends, so sign up for emails or follow me on Facebook
Check out Pinnacle Farms Facebook page for up to date info and photos of my farms! https://www.facebook.com/phoenixpinnaclefarms
Contact Janna for information on purchasing wholesale.
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