Products (Total Items: 566)
Sort by
Cartwright's Mortgage Lifter Tomato
Beefsteak-type slicing tomato with large, pink colored fruit with a mildly tart flavor.
$2.95
Casey's Pure Yellow Tomato
Oblate, 8 to 14 oz., yellow colored, some of which develop a blossom-end blush. Unusually tart for a yellow variety, but with a lingering sweet flavor.
$2.95
Caspian Pink Tomato
Russian heirloom with pink fruit and a mild, sweet flavor.
$2.95
Catterton Tobacco
A "Maryland-type" tobacco that is used for pipe and cigarette blending as well as for cigars.
$2.95
Century Tomato
Heavy producer. Beautiful smooth skinned, red slicing type.
$2.95
Chalk's Early Jewel Tomato
Vigorous, productive and reliable; red, smooth fruits with nice balanced flavor.
$2.95
Cherokee (Cherokee Red) Tomato
Fruits average 7 oz., red with uniform green shoulders.
$2.95
Cherokee Chocolate Tomato
Dark crimson red with shoulders that are brownish-black.
$2.95
Cherokee Green Tomato
The interior ripens green; skin takes on a yellowish hue when ripe.
$2.95
Cherokee Purple Heart Tomato
Medium sized (up to 12 oz), heart-shaped fruits that are nearly identical to 'Cherokee Purple' in coloration and flavor profile.
$2.95
Cherokee Purple Tomato
Large (12-16 ounces), dark pink with darker purple shoulders with an outstanding flavor.
$2.95
Cherokee Trail of Tears<br><b>SOLD OUT until 2023</b>
Cherokee family heirloom used for snap or dry beans.
$2.95
Chocolate Champion Tomato
Fruits are 2-6 oz., red with chocolate-brown shoulders with a nicely balanced and very tasty flavor. Productive.
$2.95
Chocolate Lightning Tomato
Smooth, slightly oblate, 4-8 oz., chocolate colored with jagged green and gold stripes.
$2.95
Clare Valley Pink Tomato
Round, pink, small to medium sized tomatoes with a nice balanced flavor.
$2.95
Clare Valley Red Tomato
Beautiful, globe shaped, small to medium sized, red colored tomatoes on sturdy, compact plants.
$2.95
More results: Previous Page 1... 4 5 6 7 8 ...36 Next Page View All
Certified Naturally Grown LogoCNG was founded in 2002 when the National Organic Program (NOP) took effect, partly out of a dissatisfaction with the direction the NOP was taking, but also in the belief that a system could be created uniquely valuable to small farmers and the communities they feed.

The organization was born of a commitment to healthy food and healthy soils. It grew out of a belief in our ability to continue to work at the grassroots level to strengthen the local food system by encouraging natural practices and providing customers confidence in, and appreciation of, their farmers' methods.

The CNG certification model encourages collaboration, transparency, and community involvement. Its programs are based on the highest ideals of organic farming, and the requirements are reasonable. Many farmers find the peer-review inspection process a valuable learning experience.

CNG's Certification Standards take as their starting point theNational Organic Program standards, but Certified Naturally Grown is an independent program not affiliated with the NOP. CNG is nationally recognized and endorsed, and it thrives because of enormous volunteer efforts and the commitment of the people who participate. For more information about the Certified Naturally Grown organization and program, click here.

The cookie settings on this website are set to 'allow all cookies' to give you the very best experience. Please click Accept Cookies to continue to use the site.

Top