• Non - GMO Corn Grits/Corn Meal
  • Non- GMO Corn Flour
  • Georgia Collards (in next 2 week)
  • Nepalese Mustard Greens (Spicy) 
  • Coming soon:
  • Talladalia Onions,
  • Elephant garlic

A New Generation of Farming

Our Products:


All of our crops are treated with a pesticide-free agent that repels pests in a natural way. We take a very hands-on approach to all of our crops, so you and your family can eat without concern.


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Our Top 5 Winter Crops This Season

We wanted you to all know about the crops we have on hand for you this season. With so much hustle and bustle it might be hard to find out what’s really fresh and what’s in season. But, don’t you worry about a thing because we’ve taken the time to list the 5 most season-friendly fruits and vegetables for all the mouths you’ll be feeding this season.

We sell at the Timberlane Market in Tallahassee, FL every Saturday from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.

We are also a member of the Redhills online market. Our grits can also be found at the New Leaf Market, Southern Seafood, Piggly Wiggly in Appalachicola and St. George Island, and you can call us at 850-491-1405 for special orders. 


From Our Garden to Your Plate

It’s important to know what you’re eating. And it’s even more important to know what you aren’t eating. We want you to know that all of our products are pesticide-free. We strive to make sure that you and your family can sleep easier knowing that our produce is managed naturally, but we also ensure safe and green manufacturing and facility processes.

We only reap the freshest produce for you and your family. By hand-picking all of our produce, you are ensured fresh, and ripe, foods. 

1 cup grits to 4 cups liquid - once you pour the liquid in and stir some hulls may rise to the top and you can spoon them out if you'd like. Remember to always keep the grits and cornmeal in the freezer since they have not been processed.

Quick Grits - 1 cup grits to four cups liquid - If you are in hurry you can have delicious grits by cooking in the microwave in five minute intervals for a total of 15 minutes. If you like, add your seasoning and butter and cook another two to three minutes.

Crock pot - use the same measurement and cook on high for at least 30 minutes and then cook on low. Wake up to smooth and creamy grits. Make sure to coat your sides with a non-stick spray to prevent sticking.