ICF featured in Coco, a Vancouver-based Japanese magazine.The article says it all! Flip left to page [..]
Our focus is on heirloom and open-pollinated varieties and local seed sources. We never use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides in our
growing practices. Our goal is to provide a diverse mix of seasonal vegetables from week-to-week, including many familiar vegetables and some less
familiar, specialty varieties.
Below is a library of the vegetables we grow. Some variation from this is guaranteed due to seed availability, growing conditions, farmer interest and customer demand. Take a look:
a delicious small, ruby-red fruit.
Tomato: Black Krim (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
Dark oval mid-sized fruits. Very good flavor. Large vines. Comes from Russia near the Black Sea.
Tomato: Cherry Roma (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
an Heirloom that combines the sweetness of a cherry tomato and the rich flavor of roma. This little gem keeps well and eats like garden candy.
Tomato: Copia (Lycopersicon esculentum)
These very beautiful Heirloom tomatoes are a stunning combination of fine-lined golden yellow and red stripes. While visually exciting, the real treat comes when you cut them open. Their gold flesh is streaked with red and is very juicy, flavorful, and sweet. The flavor is highly sought after by wine country chefs.
Tomato: Early Cascade (Lycopersicon esculentum)
These medium sized tomatoes are full of flavour and perfect for salads and sandwiches. Specially bred for cooler climates, this tomato is also well suited for canning and processing.
Tomato: Early Girl (Lycopersicon esculentum)
An early tomato in the Pacific Northwest, this classic looking, medium size fruit is tasty and versatile.
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