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At Southern City Farm, we love providing our customers with beautiful plants grown locally in Louisiana. When your yard is finished but your green thumb needs tending, consider adding pots in a neglected patio corner or spruce up your front porch. Container gardening allows you to enjoy the benefits of a broad range of plants […]

Turn any tasty dish into a culinary masterpiece, full of color by adding beautiful flowers on top. Beyond the beauty, our edible flowers can be used as flavor components in your dishes and each flower adds a subtle nuance to the bite. We produce a year-round edible flower selection complementing dishes throughout the seasons. Our […]

Microgreens are more colorful and flavorful versions of the larger real thing. You can enjoy microgreen versions of arugula, chives, cabbage, beets, cilantro, kale, parsley, radishes, and more. Many restaurants have begun to feature entrees with microgreens on their menus. People enjoy the visual appeal added by microgreens, and an appealing dish is often a […]

This past Spring, Christian Brothers School at City Park invited Southern City Farm to participate in their new garden installation. The garden was a concept created by the school to be an educational garden for 5th – 7th graders teaching them to maintain fruit, vegetables, and nut trees that grow well in New Orleans. The […]

1.Crispy Hash Browns, Eggs and a Side of Bacon: Whip up these personal-size casseroles for your next weekend brunch. The recipe is easily scaled to feed anywhere from a few folks to a hungry crowd of friends and family. (via Cooking on the Weekends) 2. Egg White Omelette With Avocado, Goat Cheese and Microgreens: The […]

Southern City Farm is now also a premium local plant supplier and this is changing the way local landscape companies and contractors are working across the Greater New Orleans area. We source all of our plants from growers throughout Louisiana and distribute them from our yard in Harvey, LA. direct to you. It is our […]

By Chelsea Digby Recently I found myself watching an episode of Cooks vs. Cons on Food Network during my lunch break at work. I had never seen it before being that I don’t have cable at home (Bunny ears, for the win!), but the basic gist of the show is that there are 4 competitors, […]