Produce growers will be offering arugula, basil, beets, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, herbs, garlic scapes, garlic, kale, dinosaur kale, kohlrabi, leeks, assorted greens and lettuces, microgreens, napa cabbage, new potatoes, nettles, onions, parsley, radishes, raspberries, scallions, shitake mushrooms, spinach, mixed squash, a few strawberries, sugar snap peas, Swiss chard, turnips, and zucchini.
Plant growers will be offering flower and vegetable sets, annuals and perennials, shrubbery, hostas, and trees. MaryDale Growers will be having a big July 4 plant sale.
Of course the market offers lots of goodies beyond plants and produce. Local honey is available. Several market members have eggs for sale – including duck eggs and quail eggs. Rounding out the offerings are goat cheese, baked goods, hot sauce, homemade jellies and jams, personal care products and country crafts. South Face Honey will be featuring jewelweed soaps and sticks for all natural poison ivy relief.
Aardvark Farm-Rett Murphy & Kathryn Skelley-Watts
Bee Log Garlic & Flower Farm-Robert Thompson
Bill’s Nursery-Bill Johnson
Brown’s Creek Herbs-John Janeski
Common Ground Farm-Jim Stockwell
Fox Farms – Rhonda Fox
Fun Frolic Farm-Christina Gordon
Jackie’s Naturally (day)-Jackie Wall
Locally Good Farm-Stephanie & Patrick Poetter
Mary Dale Growers-Dale & Mary Sapp
Milo Acres-Lori & Michael Osada
Native Roots Jewelry-Lauren & Michelle Mejia
Oak Moon Farm & Creamery-Cynthia Sharpe/Dwain Swing
Open Ridge farm-Jona Felts
Silk Purse Farm-Amy Trobaugh
South Face Honey-Loree Capps
Visual Dialogue-Cathy & David Krafcik