We moved to our little farm in the fall of 2007. The property was overgrown and the over 100 year old barn was neglected but had good bones. By the spring of 2008, our small greenhouse was up and various garden plots were tilled. We both work full time off the farm and work the farm in the evenings and weekends. For two years we sold heirloom produce at the Anderson Farmers market and we enjoyed this time but it took too many valuable hours from the farm. We specialize in Appalachian family heirlooms and various Eastern Native American crops. We grow out what we can with our limited time and offer the resulting genetic treasures for others to enjoy. We are not a big seed company - we are a rare genetic preservation farm that produces a very limited amount of surplus. Available items will change from year to year as we cycle items in and out thru our gardens. Some items are available every year while others may be on a 3 year grow out cycle as we have space.
It's a passion, it's a lifestyle. Grow what you eat, eat what you grow. You will never regret it.