We offer All Natural, Great Tasting Heirloom Produce.
Most of our varieties are over 100 yrs old to bring you "Edible History".
Everyone knows Heirloom Tomatoes have great colors & taste. But what about all the other vegetables? We grow Heirloom Everything!! That means you will get Heirloom Greens, Heirloom Eggplant, Heirloom Basil, Heirloom Beans – You get the picture! This also means you are guaranteed – NO Hybrids & No GMOs.
Many people have asked us "What is an Heirloom?" Heirloom varieties are at least 50 years old, most of our seeds date to before 1900 & earlier. It means they are not hybrid or genetically modified. Another term that goes along with Heirloom is Open Pollinated, meaning you can save the seeds, plant them next year, and get the exact same plant year after year. Heirloom seeds are not modified or manipulated for long storage or long shelf life, as the hybrids for the grocery store are. They were carefully and naturally cross pollinated to produce great tasting crops. They will look a little different, but hopefully you will find that you enjoy the visual variety as well as the great taste! We feel that Heirloom crops are important for our health & our society because they don't require 'man' to interfere with nature. We like to say that heirloom veggies are little bit familiar and a little bit different at the same time.
Where can you find Adam's Heirlooms?
You can find us every Saturday morning at the Downtown Saturday Green Bay Farmer's Market from 7am – 12pm in booth #111 on S. Washington Street, just south of Doty Street. Look for our Betsy Ross Flag!
Check out the Great Recipes on our Website
We want to inspire you to try items you may have never tried or tried in the past and think you don't like them. It all comes down to preparation. We believe in healthy eating, so the recipes on our site reflect that belief. We also beleive that good food shouldn't be hard to prepare. We hope this will help you to experiment and try things you may not have tried in the past. These recipes will also be posted on our blog page. RECIPE PAGE
grown at Founding Fathers Farm Mishiciot, WI – 920.860.9779