Wednesday’s Market

We’re selling so many fresh ingredients to supply nutrition to your bodies – but who cares?
It’s TASTY!
The colors play to your sense of beauty and attraction, drawing you in, the taste to your palate and desire for yummy goodness!  Indulge yourself and join us 3 – 6 pm Wednesday.

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Hester Produce and Cloverfield Farms will bring cherry and cocktail tomatoes, green beans, rhubarb, okra, squash, pickle cucumbers, blueberries, peach preserves, cat and bird crafts.

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Stillwater Farms and Food will have both chicken and duck eggs.

Abanitu Organics will have tomatoes, basil, golden berries, and garlic.

Parker Farm and Vineyard will be at market Wednesday with tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, purple hull peas, Berta’s, Winter squash, green beans, yellow squash, cucumbers, potatoes, basil, cantaloupes, cut flowers and goat’s milk soap. Also, a limited selection of grass fed beef!

S&H Farm will be at the Wednesday Person County Farmers Market with our Certified Naturally Grown produce.
On our tables you’ll find:
basil
blueberries
carrots
cucumbers – yellow and green
green beans
onions
squash
tomatoes
cherry tomatoes
zucchini
If they can hold anything for you, please email: sandhfarm@gmail.com

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Blue Crown Farm will have:
Blueberries $3.50/ pint or
Pre-order a discounted 12 pint flat by calling 919-280-4997
Basil $6/ lb or $2/ 4oz
Squash (yellow and patty pan) $1.40/ lb
Cucumber $1.40/ lb
Eggplant (Japanese and Italian) $1.40/ lb
Tomatoes $1.80/ lb

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Please click any links above to place pre-reserved orders for market pick-up

Enjoy Wednesday at the Market!  Join us 3-6pm
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As a reminder:  For the safety and comfort of our customers, pets are not allowed beneath the market shelter and please refrain from parking under the shelter

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