Listings in Prickly Pear
Bean Tree Farm is a 20 acre saguaro/ironwood forest, conservation area and ecological community where we harvest, care for and teach about Sonoran Desert perennial edible plants, herbs, and more!
Flowers are the art and bullets are the struggle. We are organizers creating outlets for underserved youth and communities, which highlight the life we live and the places that we come from.
23538 E Ellington Pl
Tucson, Arizona 85713
Locally crafted food & gifts specializing in Arizona grown Medjool dates, local food, wine, & Date Shakes! Local delivery or ship worldwide. Est 1951
3039 N Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85251
Arizona Cactus Ranch is surrounded by Engelmann Prickly Pear Cactus. Every August and September fruit buds from the cactus are harvested to produce 100% pure, concentrated prickly pear nectar with no sugar or preservatives added.
P.O. Box 8
Green Valley, Arizona 85622
Tortilleria Arevalo handcrafts local ingredients to produce healthy and delicious mesquite flour mixes, prickly pear cookies, gluten-free tortillas and much more.
Cheri's all-natural products are made from fresh fruits and vegetables indigenous to the Sonoran Desert. Only the freshest prickly pear cactus fruit, citrus, honey, sweet peppers, and hot chile peppers are used in her preserves.
1840 E Winsett St
Tucson, Arizona 85719
Zak's Chocolate is a local, award-winning small-batch craft chocolate maker (we make 100% of our own chocolate starting with cocoa beans) and an artisan chocolate shop. We love chocolate & we love the story and amazing flavors of fine cacao varieties
6990 E Shea Blvd #116
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Desert Harvesters is a non-profit, grassroots effort based in Tucson, Arizona, USA. We strive to promote, celebrate, and enhance local food and water security by encouraging the planting of rain along with indigenous and food-bearing perennial plants
We proudly offer locally produced vegetables, eggs, honey and nuts. The vegetables are organically grown, the eggs are cage free and fed only organic feed, the honey is produced only during the spring when the mesquite trees are blooming.
41105 N Beeline Hwy
Payson, Arizona 85262