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Stone Hollow Farmstead is an artisan farm located in Harpersville, Alabama.  Stone Hollow produces dairy and creamery products, along with canned goods, eggs, fresh flowers, herbs, skin care, and more.

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Summer 2019 // Week 5

Michael Celozzi

Summer Lovin’

Organic Sweet Baby Corn -  Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Organic Sweet Baby Corn - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

For you summer vegetable lovers, this basket is for you.

This is the mix you have been probably dreaming about. The one that possibly made you sign up for the CSA in the first place! This is the basket with all of the harbingers of the season.

Corn – this organic bi-color variety is naturally sweet. We like steaming the ears and eating them with some of our melted Amish butter or scraping the kernels from the cob, making sure to get all that good juice that comes with it.

German Johnson heirloom tomatoes – this pinky-red variety is ideal for slicing up and layering between a couple slices of homemade white bread and some Duke’s mayonnaise.

Both the German Johnsons and the bi-color corn come from our friends at Belle Meadow Farm, as do the mixed baby carrots and the cured red onions.

We could almost stop here but you know us better than that!

More tomatoes! These from Greenleaf are the standard hothouse variety and are great roasted or added to recipes that call for fresh tomatoes.

Southern Organics wows us again with more of their golden oyster mushrooms (speaking of which – tell us how you have been using these in your recipes at home? They are so gorgeous, we just know they are taking center stage at dinnertime!)  

Farm friends in Chilton county have shared their butter beans with us this week. We like preparing these with a little chicken stock, fresh thyme, a couple fresh bay leaves, a nice piece of smoked ham or bacon and then letting them simmer until they are good and tender.

And finally, no summer basket is complete without zucchini which comes from our own farm in Harpersville. For all you keto kids, these make the perfect zoodles that are such a great alternative to pasta if you are scaling back on carbs. And that gorgeous green hue brightens up every plate!

We hope you’ve made plans to join us at our farm for Dahlia Day on Sunday, July 28th! Come to the farm anytime between 4:00 and 8:00 pm as we celebrate this fantastic flower with a Mexican-themed spread from none other than Chef Angela Schmidt. Angela has traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico numerous times and has explored the cuisine from the inside out. This will be a colorful afternoon filled with fresh flowers and great food and we want you there!

Kale  / Mountain Sun Farm

Kale / Mountain Sun Farm

Heirloom Tomatoes /  Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Heirloom Tomatoes / Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

What's In The Bag

A Complete List of Contents of the CSA Weekly Share

From Friends

  • ‘German Johnson’ Heirloom Tomatoes - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Organic Sweet Baby Corn - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Sweet Onions - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Kale - Mountain Sun Farm

  • Living Dill- Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

  • Golden Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

  • Hothouse Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

  • Butter Beans- Chilton County

  • Jalapeno Bread - Hinkel’s Bakery

From Stone Hollow

  • Hen Eggs - Stone Hollow FarmStead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Blueberries/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Cucumbers/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Chevre/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lisianthus/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cucumbers-  Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cucumbers- Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Milk Share

  • Cow’s Milk  / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cheese and/or Yogurt

  • Red Dragon / Welsh Cheddar with Mustard Seeds

  • 1 yr aged Manchego

Flower Share

  • Dahlias/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lisianthus / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Yarrow / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Egyptian Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Orange Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • False Queen Anne’s Lace / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snap Dragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Foxglove / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Astible / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Verbena / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Rose Geranium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Melissa / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lamb’s Ear / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nigella / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Speedwell / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Blue Oyster Mushrooms -  Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Blue Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Fresh Flowers -  Lisianthus

Fresh Flowers - Lisianthus


Summer 2019 // Week 4

Michael Celozzi

Full Circle

Chiogga Beets -  Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Chiogga Beets - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Did you have to double-check your location this morning?

Could you believe how cool and lovely it was? What an amazing respite after the hot humid days of late. Summer in the south would definitely be more do-able if we had more days like today. Let’s vow to enjoy it!

Today’s basket holds so many jeweled tones that just make us happy. From Belle Meadow’s Chioggia beets to the eggplants of Mountain Sun Farm, the shallots from Habersham Farm and our own yellow squash, color will be the first thing you notice at pick up today. Dig a little deeper into the basket and you’ll discover peas, cucumbers and tomatoes from Greenleaf Farm and more of those lovely blue oyster mushrooms and romaine lettuce from Southern Organics. Dig even deeper into the basket and you’ll hit pay dirt with some of our Amish butter, black peppercorn goat cheese and more of those first-of-the-season blueberries.  

But perhaps what we are most excited about today is Corey Hinkel’s brioche loaf. What makes this so special is that he used duck eggs from our farm to craft this recipe. We positively adore when things go full circle in our world and this is one lovely example of that philosophy in action. We encourage you to look around in your own world and find more examples of things going full circle. We think you’ll agree that this work makes everything you do more fulfilling.

Stone Hollow FarmStead

Stone Hollow FarmStead

Blueberries/  Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Blueberries/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

What's In The Bag

A Complete List of Contents of the CSA Weekly Share

From Friends

  • Chiogga Beets - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Russet Potatoes - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Eggplant - Mountain Sun Farm

  • Blue Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

  • Romaine - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

  • Shallots - Habersham Farms - Mentone, Alabama

  • Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

  • Cucumbers- Greenleaf Nursery

  • Peas- Chilton County

  • Duck Egg Brioche - Hinkel’s Bakery

From Stone Hollow

  • Yellow Squash - Stone Hollow FarmStead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Blueberries/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Amish Butter/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Black Peppercorn Goat Cheese/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Hot House Slicing Tomatoes-  Greenleaf Nursery

Hot House Slicing Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

Milk Share

  • Cow’s Milk  / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cheese and/or Yogurt

  • Smoked Chipotle Chevre / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Bay Blue / Point Reyes

Flower Share

  • Dahlias/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lisianthus / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Yarrow / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Egyptian Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Orange Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • False Queen Anne’s Lace / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snap Dragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Foxglove / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Astible / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Verbena / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Rose Geranium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Melissa / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lamb’s Ear / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nigella / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Speedwell / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Blue Oyster Mushrooms -  Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Blue Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Purple Hull Peas -  Chilton County

Purple Hull Peas - Chilton County


Summer 2019 // Week 3

Michael Celozzi

Blue, but in the best possible way…

Blueberries- Stone Hollow FarmStead

Blueberries- Stone Hollow FarmStead

There is so much variety in this week’s basket that we positively dare you to try and put it all into one weeknight meal.  You, our customers, are truly a very creative bunch (we see you on Instagram, tagging us in your delicious posts - @StoneHollowFarmstead & @FarmstandByStoneHollow…) and we adore being a part of that story.

Without further ado, here is what you can expect to see in this week’s CSA basket. Belle Meadow Farms has contributed the lion’s share of goodies with their zucchini, butter crunch lettuce, sweet white cured onions, and baby carrots (how much do you LOVE adding these to a crudité platter?! Try dipping in them in some of our garlic blossom Dijon aioli this week.) 

Southern Organics has brought us the prettiest blue oyster mushrooms. It might be everything you can do to not set aside just one to take to the paint store and custom-craft a color for your next DIY project. Habersham Farm has us supplied with darling new potatoes while Wayne Headley has brought us the juiciest, drippiest Chilton County peaches of the season. The purple hull peas in the basket also hail from Chilton County.

Corey Hinkle has made everyone some ‘gram-worthy sandwich boules that you may or may not choose to slice up and serve with those gorgeous hothouse slicer and cocktail tomatoes. Ahh, a perfect summer lunch if there ever was one. 

We are so proud of every farmer and supplier we partner with but get even more excited when our own Harpersville farm produces what our customers love. This week, we are giddy to bring you the first blueberries of the year! When these bushes start really producing, we love pickling the fruit with a little red wine vinegar, sugar, cinnamon, allspice berries and cloves. Until then, we’ll be eating them still warmed from the summer sun.

Butter Crunch Lettuce-  Belle Meadow

Butter Crunch Lettuce- Belle Meadow

Peaches-  Wayne Headly / Chilton Co.

Peaches- Wayne Headly / Chilton Co.

What's In The Bag

A Complete List of Contents of the CSA Weekly Share

From Friends

  • Peaches -Wayne Headly / Chilton Co.

  • Zucchini - Belle Meadow & Stone Hollow

  • Butter Crunch Lettuce - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Sweet White Cured Onion - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Baby Carrots - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Blue Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

  • New Potatoes - Habersham Farms - Mentone, Alabama

  • Hot House Slicing Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

  • Purple Hull Peas - Chilton County

  • Sandwich Boule - Hinkel’s Bakery

From Stone Hollow

  • Cucumbers - Stone Hollow FarmStead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Blueberries/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Garlic Blossom Dijon Aioli / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Hot House Slicing Tomatoes-  Greenleaf Nursery

Hot House Slicing Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

Milk Share

  • Cow’s Milk  / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cheese and/or Yogurt

  • Honey Creamed Feta / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Red Hill Cheddar / Wright Day

Flower Share

  • Dahlias/ Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lisianthus / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Yarrow / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Egyptian Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Orange Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • False Queen Anne’s Lace / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snap Dragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Foxglove / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Astible / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Verbena / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Rose Geranium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Melissa / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lamb’s Ear / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nigella / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Speedwell / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Blue Oyster Mushrooms -  Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Blue Oyster Mushrooms - Southern Organics - Columbiana, AL

Purple Hull Peas -  Chilton County

Purple Hull Peas - Chilton County


Summer 2019 // Week 2

Michael Celozzi

RUBY TUESDAY

A Day at Stone Hollow

A Day at Stone Hollow

It is always so much fun to add something to the weekly CSA basket that is a little unusual or surprising. In the past, that might have been that chartreuse Romanesco or some Caraflex cabbage (the one that looks like a conehead). This week’s treasure comes from Belle Meadow Farms, a bundle of Shunkyo radishes.  These ruby beauties look similar to the baby carrots we’ve offered in weeks past but taste just like traditional radishes. Honestly, they are almost too pretty to slice up! Perhaps try roasting them this week.  We’re partial to this recipe.

This week’s basket has other lovelies from Belle Meadow Farm – lettuce, seedless cucumbers, red potatoes, purple beets, Savoy cabbage and curly kale. Hamm Farms provided the tasty Romanesco we love.

As the days get warmer, tomatoes just get more and more delicious and these from Greenleaf Nursery are a prime example. From our own Stone Hollow Farm, we have more of those fun garlic scapes – have any of you tried your hand at pickling them yet? It couldn’t be easier or more rewarding. You could also opt to flavor your favorite white wine vinegar with them.  Fill a clear bottle with the a few scapes and slowly pour in the warmed vinegar of your choice. Cover and refrigerate for a few days so that the flavors can meld.

Oh! How could we overlook our other favorite pretty surprise this week: nasturtium butter! The nasturtiums grown on our Harpersville property are raised organically and feature that traditional peppery bite. Adding these to our sweet cream butter provides the perfect culinary foil. Yes, you can bake and cook with this butter but we think it might be far too pretty. It kind of deserves to be in a little dish all on its own. Or slathered on a hefty piece of warm crusty bread. Or used to add an elegant finish to that roasted SHF broccoli.

And last but not least -- be sure to clear off a spot on your kitchen counter or the powder room for a bouquet of Stone Hollow Farmstead happy snapdragons. You made it through the holiday weekend and now it is time to enjoy summer!

PS. We bought up a bunch of the peas because they are a favorite. We froze them so we would have plenty when they are not available. ... Peas need to be frozen or cut open if refrigerated, otherwise they will ferment in a sealed bag.

This Week’s Basket

This Week’s Basket

Nasturtium + Chive Butter / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Nasturtium + Chive Butter / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

What's In The Bag

A Complete List of Contents of the CSA Weekly Share

From Friends

  • Romanesco -Hamm Farms - Cullman, Alabama

  • Summer Crisp Lettuce - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Shunkyo Radish Bundles - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Seedless Cucumbers - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Curly Kale Bunches - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Purple Beets Root - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Savoy Cabbage - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • English Peas / Chilton County, Alabama

  • Slicing Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

  • Cherry Tomatoes- Greenleaf Nursery

From Stone Hollow

  • Garlic Scapes / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Broccoli / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nasturtium and Chive Butter / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snapdragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Curly Kale - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Curly Kale - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Milk Share

  • Cow’s Milk  / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cheese and/or Yogurt

  • Thyme, Lemon Zest and Garlic Rolled Chevre Log / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Golden Gouda

Flower Share

  • Delphinium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Tobacco / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Yarrow / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Egyptian Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Orange Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • False Queen Anne’s Lace / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snap Dragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Foxglove / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Astible / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Verbena / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Rose Geranium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Melissa / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lamb’s Ear / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nigella / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Speedwell / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Thyme, Lemon Zest and Garlic Rolled Chevre Log / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Thyme, Lemon Zest and Garlic Rolled Chevre Log / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Snapdragons - Stone Hollow FarmStead

Snapdragons - Stone Hollow FarmStead


Summer 2019 // Week 1

Michael Celozzi

RELISH

A Day at Stone Hollow

A Day at Stone Hollow

Whether you have kids in school or not, the month of May has certainly become the new December. Folks come into the Memorial Day weekend either looking like they’ve just run from a burning building or been shot out of a cannon. Sometimes, it is all we can do to make the plans for our three-day vacation and the last thing we do is plan a single meal we’ll want to enjoy.

And it truly is all about the enjoyment.

It is the beginning of summer and there is much to be thankful for and much to anticipate.  Like the contents of this week’s CSA basket which includes curly kale and broccoli (we’ll take ours roasted with lemon zest and crushed garlic please) from Belle Meadow Farm. Hamm Farm provides those pretty red spring onions that brighten anything they are added to while Boyd Farm in Hanceville grew this week’s romaine lettuce (that ideal crunch in your weekend BLT). Look for more fresh lady peas and we’ve added some of our pickled leeks to the basket too!

Corey Hinkel has made some fantastic pizza dough for us that we can imagine preparing in the traditional way or we might mix things up and make a dessert pizza. To do that, toss the dough and form a circle then blind-bake it for about ten minutes in a preheated 400* F oven. While the dough partially cooks (that is what that fancy ‘blind-baking’ term means…) prepare the peaches by peeling and slicing as thin as possible; toss with a little lemon juice, zest and brown sugar. Remove the dough from the oven and let cool just slightly but keep the oven on. Spread a layer of our Stone Hollow Farm goat cheese over the dough then top with the peaches. Return the pizza to the oven and cook for ten minutes more, or just until browned. Garnish with fresh whipped cream and maybe a chiffonade of fresh mint leaves. Bring a dessert like this to wherever you’re going this weekend and you are practically guaranteed an invitation to return again.

And remember, it is all about enjoyment.

Enjoying the people we are with and the food we share together. It doesn’t matter if you are headed to the lake or the beach, the neighborhood pool or the corner park bench, take a moment to exhale and relish this moment. We promise to try and make it last, one basket at a time.

Lady Peas  /   Chilton County, Alabama

Lady Peas / Chilton County, Alabama

Peaches /  Chilton County, Alabama

Peaches / Chilton County, Alabama

What's In The Bag

A Complete List of Contents of the CSA Weekly Share

From Friends

  • Red Onions -Hamm Farms - Cullman, Alabama

  • Curly Kale - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Broccoli - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

  • Peaches / Chilton County, Alabama

  • Lady Peas / Chilton County, Alabama

  • Pizza Dough / Hinkel’s Bakery- Birmingham, Alabama

  • Romaine Lettuce- Boyd Farm- Hanceville, Alabama

From Stone Hollow

  • Parmesan Vinaigrette / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Goat Cheese / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Pickled Leeks / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Curly Kale - Belle Meadow  - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Curly Kale - Belle Meadow - Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Milk Share

  • Cow’s Milk  / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Cheese and/or Yogurt

  • Queso Manchego / La Mancha, Spain

Flower Share

  • Delphinium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Tobacco / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Yarrow / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Egyptian Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Orange Mint / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • False Queen Anne’s Lace / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Snap Dragons / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Foxglove / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Astible / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Verbena / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Rose Geranium / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Melissa / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Lamb’s Ear / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Nigella / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

  • Speedwell / Stone Hollow Farmstead - Harpersville, Alabama

Lady Peas  / Chilton County, Alabama

Lady Peas / Chilton County, Alabama

Sweet Peas -  Stone Hollow FarmStead

Sweet Peas - Stone Hollow FarmStead