Organic Food Varieties For The Tallahasse Area

Organic Produce Varieties Available To You

Following are just some of the produce varieties we grow. We also welcome request for new varieties. If you are restaurant owner, contact us to discuss custom growing options.

Tomato Varieties

Whether in salads, in sauces, in sandwiches, or eaten alone, tomatoes are one of America's favorite vegetables. Along with the taste that we all love, tomatoes are loaded with the cancer-fighting antioxidants lycopene and beta-carotene.

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Arkansas Traveler Tomato

Incredibly delicious, this classic pink heirloom is known widely because of its distinct flavor and solid dependability.


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Brandywine Tomato

Brandywine's luscious flavor is known as "very rich, loud, and distinctively spicy." The large fruits, often over 1 lb., have deep pink skin and smooth red flesh. Brandywine's luscious flavor is known as "very rich, loud, and distinctively spicy." The large fruits, often over 1 lb., have deep pink skin and smooth red flesh.


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Celebrity Tomato

This variety is know for being a large, smooth, high-flavor fruit. The celebrity tomato was created by Phil Wilbur in 1809.


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Debarao Tomato

Italian plum type. Good for processing and saladette uses


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Oaxacan Pink Tomato

The name of this variety comes from it's city of origin, Oaxaca, Mexico. This is a wonderful slicing variety, although the limits are endless.


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Rutgers Tomato

One of the most popular canning and slicing variates. Rutgers became the most famous tomatoes worldwide and once made up over 70% of the tomatoes being processed in the US. It was originally developed by a Rutgers University for the soup industry. Sometimes known as the Jersey Tomato. This variety was even used by NASA in the Seeds In Space program.


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Taxi Yellow Tomato

Heirloom tomato with smooth, round, baseball size fruits. Prolific and sweet flavored.


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Yellow Perfection Tomato

A rare English heirloom with sweet fruit of luscious lemon yellow. Very tasty and juicy.


Bean Varieties

Beans have been a food staple for thousands of years because of their high nutrition. They are loaded with flavonoids, vitamin K, vitamin C, manganese, vitamin A, fiber, potassium, and folate. Including beans in your diet helps to develop strong bones, maintain blood pH, and metabolize proteins and fats. They are wonderful as a sautéed side dish, or you can create one of the classic bean casserole - whatever your imagination desires. You can store beans in the refrigerator, wrapped in a plastic bag, for up to 5 days.


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Haricot Vert Max Beans

Gourmet beans known for their great flavor. This variety it best eaten fresh.


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Kentucky Wonder Pole Beans

A heirloom variety introduced around 1864. This is one of the all-time green bean favorites.


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Provider Beans

As with all of our selections, this variety is known for retaining it's flavor after picking. The Provider beans are stringless and just need to be broken or the ends removed. You can steam them, sauté them, or slow cook them - you can prepare as you would any green bean.


Eggplant Varieties

Eggplant is a versatile staple in Italian, Southeast Asian cuisines. It can be baked, roasted, pickled, mashed or dried. Eggplants are full of potassium, manganese, and they are great source of fiber.


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Fairy Tale Eggplant

This variety is known for being tender and sweet, and for not having any bitterness. Fairy Tale eggplants are great for marinating, grilling whole, stuffing, and stir fries


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Ichiban Eggplant

A variety originating in Asia. Very flavorful and tender. Excellent for Oriental dishes. Also great for grilling and roasting.


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Rosa Bianca Eggplant

Prized by chefs. Considered one of the best Italian varieties with a delicate, mild flavor, creamy consistency, and no bitterness. Excellent for slicing, stuffing, and baking.


Mixed Green Varieties

Bursting with nutrition and rich in dietary fiber, fresh greens can be eaten raw in salads, steamed, braised or cooked in soups. Mixed greens are known for their carotenoids, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, and manganese.


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Mesclun Salad Mix

Makes a zesty salad. Mix includes Mizuia, Komatsuna, Green Wave, and Osaka, Purple Mustards, Arugula and Persian Garden Cress.


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Mesclun Spicy Salad Mix

A potpourri of color, shape, taste and texture. Mix includes Arugula, Red Russian Kale, tres Fin Endive, Ruben's Red Romaine, Piret, Formidana and Simpson's Black Seeded Lettuces.


Cucumber Varieties

Originating in the East Indies, cucumbers have been cultivated for over 3,000 years. They can be used in salads, pickled, pureed for a cold soup or as salad dressing. Cucumbers are a great source of vitamin C, molybdenum, vitamin A, and potassium.


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Diva Cucumbers

Diva just might be the best-tasting cuke on the planet. Diva looks like a regular salad cucumber but with a much smoother, thin, no-peel skin. Distinctly tender, crisp, sweet, bitter-free, and seedless.


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Marketmore Cucumbers

Sweet-great for salads. Long, slender, dark green cucumbers. Since 1970 the slender, refined "Marketmore look" has been the standard for slicing cucumbers in the North.


Broccoli Varieties

Broccoli evolved from a wild cabbage plant on the continent of Europe. Indications point to the vegetable's being known 2,000 years ago. Broccoli is high in vitamins C, K, and A, as well as dietary fiber; it also contains multiple nutrients with potent anti-cancer properties, such as dindolylmethane and small amounts of selenium. A single serving provides more than 30 mg of Vitamin C and a half-cup provides 52 mg of Vitamin C. Broccoli consumption has also been shown to be beneficial in the prevention of heart disease.


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Nutri-Bud Broccoli

Unusually high in free glutamine, a building block of protein and an important healing nutrient.


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Calabrese Broccoli

Came across the pond from the old country along with the Italian immigrants of the 1800s.


Melon Varieties

A good melon ranks among the most luxurious treats. They are melting yet still slightly crisp in texture. Can there be anything sweeter than feasting on cool wedges of melon, draped with silken sheets of prosciutto? Eat as the royalty do whether it's your first meal, a snack or a well deserved desert. Melons are rich in vitamin C and contain moderate levels of Potassium, Vitamin A, and folate


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Charentais Cantaloupes

This legendary cantaloupe is known for its superb gourmet flavor originating in Provence, France. Sweet! Sweet! Sweet!


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Haogen Melons

This unusual yet dependable Israeli variety has juicy, light-green flesh and a sweet, tangy flavor reminiscent of citrus and pineapple.

Pepper Varieties

Peppers offer great flexibly in how they can be served, whether they are stuffed, eaten in salads, or added as spices. Raw bell peppers add color and flavor to salads, salsas, and crudite platters. Rich in carotenoids, Vitamin C, A, B6, and good as a source of fiber. Peppers are a great source of antioxidant and an important immune system booster.


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Apple Sweet Peppers

Mild, juicy and sweetly fruity.


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Cal Wonder Green & Orange Bell Peppers

Thick-walled fruit maintains its firmness and is incredibly sweet.


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Giant Marconi

It's not uncommon for these versatile peppers to be 8" long and 3" wide. These are great for stuffing or grilling.


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Hidalgo Chile Peppers

Christopher Columbus noticed chiles almost immediately after he found land on this side of the Atlantic. He soon sent a cargo back to Spain, suggesting that they might be a good substitute for black pepper.


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Hungarian Hotwax Peppers

Easy to stuff and to peel after roasting; thick-fleshed for frying.


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Purple Beauty Bell Sweet Peppers

These peppers have thick walls and are excellent for salads, stuffing, and gourmet dishes.


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Sunrise Orange Bell Sweet Peppers

Colorful and large sweet bell peppers that taste as good as they look.


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Cal Wonder Green & Orange Bell Peppers

Thick-walled fruit maintains its firmness and is incredibly sweet.