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Ivy Leaf Farms

of the community for the community

Ivy Leaf Farms is dedicated to complete neighborhood wellness through food equity in Sunnyside. Sunnyside is a historically black community in Houston, Texas. 

We grow vegetables, host events, build gardens, and maintain a space that allows our neighbors to get in touch with nature and sustainable growing practices. 

Living and educating inside of our  community helps to advance our mission.

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Stronger Together, Fresher Together 

Founded by the dynamic duo of Jeremy Peaches and Ivy Walls, Fresh Houwse Grocery is not your typical grocery store. It's a labor of love, a farmer-owned, community-operated gem nestled right in the heart of your neighborhood.

At Fresh Houwse Grocery, we're all about supporting local farmers and promoting sustainability. We source our produce directly from the hands that tend to the soil, ensuring that you get the freshest, most flavorful ingredients for your table. Our commitment to quality is what sets us apart.

But we're not just a grocery store; we're a vibrant community hub. Step inside, and you'll be greeted with warm smiles and a sense of togetherness. We're here to connect, share, and create memories with our neighbors. From education classes to seasonal festivals, Fresh Houwse is your go-to gathering place.

Sunnyside Community Share Program

Sunnyside Community Residents 

To receive a share of vegetables from our farm, please take the time to fill out the information below.

 Currently, we are only accepting residents in zip codes 77051 , 77033, and 77047.

You will receive notification when you have been added to our delivery list.

Harvest share is for 1-2 people


Black farmer Box

Farm Fresh produce harvested by Black Farmers and growers in your area 

Mission: Create a Sustainable, Equitable, and Affordable Food System for Farmers to Food Desert Communities 


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Support the Farm

Help us continue our Mission to ending food deserts in Houston 

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