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Hive Bee FarmNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Hive Bee Farm started when Annie Spratt bought their first two hives in 2016. She came to this decision after having spent a lot of her time reading books and joining different classes about bee care. Before even learning about bees, Annie has always enjoyed spending time in the garden. Growing orchids, flowers, and veggies in hot Houston has been her way to connect to her spirit. Her passion for nature has allowed her to link to other members of the community with the same wavelength. One day, she learned about her mentor's decision to move on to sustainable farming. She and her husband immediately talked to her mentor about it as they were interested in continuing his footsteps. From having two hives, they transitioned into 40.

Baugh Family FarmNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

For generations, the Baugh Family has farmed with the mission to supply the freshest and best produce possible to the people of the North Texas area. They have "great, fresh, natural, sustainable and heirloom fruits and vegetables". These are "kind and generous folks too". Also, "they have the best peaches". You will also have "the best tasting tomatoes anywhere". Some folks even "try to get there around 8 AM on Saturday to find a parking place and get those incredible Heirloom Tomatoes, Early Girl Tomatoes, and great peaches". Don Baugh, the current still has the same passion for picking fresh produce. He also continues to tirelessly provide consumers at the Dallas Farmers Market with his trademark heirloom tomatoes.

Pure Texas HoneyNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Founded in 2012, Pure Texas Honey and Lone Oak H & H, LLC build on three generations of beekeeping tradition. They are promoting personal health and harmony through nature's first medicine while taking every opportunity to source trusted and self-sustaining producers. Pure Texas Honey also sells at Westchase District Farmers Market. You can also find them at the Katy-Church of the Holy Apostles, Spring Branch-Unitarian Church/Westview at Shadyvilla, and Westchase District-St. Cyril's Catholic Church. Delivery is also available in the Katy area! And, they also have a social media page where you can see most of their products and updates.

Underhill Urban Farm Co.No Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Underhill Urban Farm Co. is a family-owned urban farm in Houston, Texas. The owners have grown up in an environment of organic farming and canning the produce that they grew. And now she has continued and turned their traditions into an urban farm that sells products which should follow these guidelines: organic, free-range, backyard grown, all-natural and handmade. Underhill Urban Farm Co. offers fresh produce, jams and jellies, salsa, sauces, pickled vegetables, and even handcrafted home decors. These are all made in small batches, canned seasonally, organically grown in their farm, or sourced from other local growers and producers to ensure the highest quality.

Blooming Begonia CottageNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Blooming Begonia Cottage whips up organic and delicious food items, as well as delectable desserts.  Home to the Blooming Begonia Catering and Manners on Wheels, this full-service company offers catering for luncheons, parties, gourmet lunches or tea time events, and more.  Many of Blooming Begonia Cottage’s offerings feature vegetables which the owner has grown right from her garden, assuring her customers of her food’s freshness and quality.

Fresh Life OrganicNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

The Houston-based company Fresh Life Organic is a real success story because they were able to grow and expand their products and services. They are not just selling farm-fresh produce, but they are also offering consultancy, giving professional tips, and helping out other people in their pursuit of adopting an organic and sustainable approach to life. They are a success story because they were able to positively influence the lives of the people who depend on them. Lastly, they are a success story because the cornerstone of their approach to business is helping the people and helping the community. Great people, great produce, great outlook.

Moondrop MushroomsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Moondrop Mushrooms is an urban mushroom farm producing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. Moondrop Mushrooms is located in Houston, Texas. If you are looking to buy mushrooms, Moondrop Mushrooms is a good choice. Looking at the mushrooms they are growing, you can see these are really mesmerizing and intriguing at the same time. They frequent farmers markets like HTX Market in Katy, Texas. If you placed an order or looking to buy on-site, do so on a Thursday, Saturday, or Sunday. Feel free to follow Moondrop Mushrooms on social media and leave them a message too, if you want to buy or if you have other concerns.

GreenhouwseNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Greenhouwse is more than just a farm or a business, it is a dynamic presence in the community. They promote small farming in South Houston and they want to encourage everyone to start planting. Greenhouwse also takes part in local plant pop-up events to sell house plants. They are also very active as vendors in many local farmers market events that take place all year long. The people running Greenhouwse also offer useful and informative training on a variety of topics, like how to grow on raised beds and grow bags, and how to best re-pot house plants.

Lee Lover’s Clover HoneyNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

Lee Lover’s Clover Honey is a business that sells 100% all-natural raw clover honey. Clover honey is made when bees collect nectar from clover flowers. They also sell other honey-based products. Lee Lover’s Clover Honey is located in Houston, Texas. Lee Lover’s Clover Honey is very active in taking part in different activities in the community. It is not surprising that you've seen them set up shop in public activity. Lee Lover's Clover Honey also does national and international shipping, for those located outside of Houston or Texas who want to order.

Pearl G. Graham FarmsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 0.00 mi

The owner of Pearl G. Graham Farms, which is located in Houston, Texas, prides herself on the distinction of having "Houston's freshest duck eggs." You can contact her directly for fresh duck eggs or come by her stall when she sets up shop in local farmers markets. The owner of this farm, Kristina, is a TDA Young Farmer Grant Recipient. She named her homestead farm after her maternal grandmother Pearl Edna Graham. Pearl G. Graham Farms believes that ducks and their eggs can and will help empower and equip marginalized food desert communities.

Blodgett Urban Gardens

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 2.83 mi

Blodgett Urban Gardens describes itself as "a community garden that harvests fresh fruits, veggies, and smiles." Here, there is weekly gardening, and you can take part in it. So if you have time, why not volunteer? Blodgett Urban Gardens, a non-profit charitable organization, is more than happy to have you. One of the things they teach here is sustainable gardening which you can apply in your garden. If you are looking for produce, go local and buy from them.

Mighty Greens Houston

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 3.31 mi

The dedication to excellence at our microgreen farm is truly exceptional. We prioritize creating the healthiest environment for our microgreens, starting with planting organic seeds in carefully selected substrates tailored to each species. Nourished with organic nutrients in purified water and bathed in optimal lighting for efficient photosynthesis, our microgreens thrive in an environment designed to maximize their potential. The soothing backdrop of great music further enhances their growth process. At every stage, from planting to germination, harvesting, packaging, and delivery, we meticulously observe and cater to the unique requirements of each species. This hands-on approach allows us to truly understand and nurture the individual characteristics and needs of our microgreens, ensuring that they reach our customers in the peak of perfection.

Junior’s Produce

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 3.51 mi

In February 2019, Junior’s Produce made its debut in Houston, generating excitement in the city. Taking over the location of a beloved 1958 institution, Junior's arrival followed the redevelopment of the area by the Houston Farmers Market owners. With 30+ years of experience, owner Junior Saldana pledges to honor the legacy by offering top-quality products from local and out-of-state farmers. Expect an expanded selection of exotic and organic fruits and vegetables under his stewardship, preserving the store's tradition while adding new flavors to Houston's culinary scene.

Finca Tres Robles

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 3.51 mi

Finca Tres Robles is owned and operated by SMALL PLACES LLC, a Houston based social impact business. Also, Finca Tres Robles is Houston’s only private farm inside 610 Loop, located in Houston’s East Side just 4 miles from Houston’s City Hall. "Locally grown, in the city, they carry a wide variety of fruits and vegetables". "Kind farmers, yummy vegetables, fun classes and farm dinners here". "This farm is also very involved with the community". And also "open Saturdays, very convenient for picking fresh vegetables in the morning". "Plus they give you a discount if you live in that zip code". Their farm "produce is amazing and the space is brilliant for very special events!" It is "a gem in the most unexpected of places!"

Old School Produce

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 3.57 mi

Old School Produce specializes in growing and harvesting "hard to find vegetables and herbs for restaurants and individuals." The owner, "Jacob is one of the most knowledgeable horticulturists" you will ever meet. They "have kohlrabi, lettuce, fennel, cilantro, kale, arugula, microgreens, radish sprouts, kumquats, pumelos, and Mexican oregano". And, "if you have never had a kohlrabi, it’s very similar to jicama". "As always", they "do have cool little plants like" the "Gasteria that’s very easy to grow and can survive in a container for years". The farm is also "dog friendly". Old School Produce also provides one-of-a-kind garden arrangements and green walls. Their social media is always updated, so don't forget to check it out.

Bee2Bee Honey CollectiveNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 3.88 mi

Nicole Buergers, the founder of Bee2Bee Honey Collective, decide to leave the corporate world and do something different, like being a beekeeper. Since 2015, The Bee2Bee Honey Collective in Houston, Texas, focuses on helping the local Houston honey bee population. They are increasing beehives and provides honey bee education for those who are interested in bees and honey. Nicole, together with her team, wants to give a healthy, sustainable habitat for pollinators and promote urban beekeeping. One of their clients says, “The Bee2Bee cares about bees and has a real passion for helping people to learn how to care bees. The bee population is necessary for human survival, and the tasty honey is just a bonus. The local honey has been a wonderful addition in teas, bread, and other cooking adventures! So glad that the owner started this!” Drop by to Bee2Bee Honey Collective and experience the real raw honey!

Jolie Vue Farm

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 4.42 mi

Established by Jolie Vue in 1989, the Jolie Vue Farm embodies a commitment to land restoration and sustainable practices. This approach of healing before farming guided over a decade of nurturing flowers, grass, and plants towards self-sufficiency. Today, the farm thrives with pastured pigs, heritage cattle, and free-range chicken eggs. Emphasizing clean, chemical-free meats, Jolie Vue's philosophy advocates proactive health choices. Opt for their versatile CSA, offering flexibility to alternate or skip months. Moreover, exclusive farm tours are extended to CSA members, inviting you to delve into their story. Join the journey at Jolie Vue Farm, nestled in the heart of Houston, Texas. Jolie Vue Farm delivers fresh grass-fed meats straight from their farm! Read more as they were included in Kim’s list of 9 Farms Providing Fresh Grass-Fed Meat Delivery in Texas!

Eureka Acres Urban Farm

Farm & Ranch in Stowell - 6.28 mi

Eureka Acres Urban Farm grows fresh produce within a network of front and back yards throughout the central Houston area. They have the "best pickles ever! And local produce". "The BEST BEETS come from Eureka Acres Urban Farm" according to one client. They also offer Salad Mix, arugula and microgreens including Red Russian kale and mustard greens. You can find the owners selling their produce at Westchase District Farmers Market and at Eleanora's Market, LLC. They are also participating in the East End Street Market and even at the Memorial Villages Farmers Market. Check out their Facebook page for the latest schedules of their market encounters. You may also call them directly.

Andalucia Nuts

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 7.00 mi

Andalucia Nuts offers premium fresh dry roasted nuts, dried fruits, nut butter, seeds, candy and chocolate. Since 1988, more than three generations old, they began processing nuts using dry-roasting techniques crafted to the delight of the privileged few in Europe and the Middle East. They are still maintaining the full natural flavors and health benefits through their state of the art dry – roasting Techniques. They also have several facilities but their headquarters is located in Houston, Texas. You can contact them through their website for more information and updates. They can also "HELP YOU" bring your visions to life with innovative ways to produce, package and market your brand.

Hope Farms HTX

Farm & Ranch in Houston - 7.87 mi

The Hope Farms in Houston, Texas, is a 7-acre urban agricultural operation. It was a project of Recipe for Success Foundation organized in 2005. Hope Farms "wants to lessen the number of people in the US who are suffering from health problems". These problems include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, by changing their eating habits. They want to "provide fresh, affordable food and promote a healthy diet to the Americans, especially to the young ones". Please like their Facebook page to keep you updated about Hope Farm's volunteer opportunities. Moreover, they post information about special events and open farm stand days on the account too.

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