The warm days of summer are coming to an end and the cool days of fall just around the corner. Still you can find local honey (good for allergies), beautiful fresh peaches, okra, squash, zucchini, butternut squash, cucumbers, potatoes and field peas, as well as delicious baked goods.
Sandy Creek Farm offers their fresh Ashe County cheeses, organic shiitake mushrooms, homemade jams, jellies and more.
Arcadia Plants & Produce will have calico and purple crowder peas, patty pan squash, peppers, figs, and eggplants way into the fall.
D and H Shiloh Farm has fresh pears and soon to come, they will have arugula, lettuces, spinach, collards, curly mustard, kale and mixed greens.
Upper DC Cattle Co. specialize in local farm raised beef, pork, chicken and fresh eggs.
Hillcrest Farm specializes in beef that contains no antibiotics, hormone free and are raised from birth, as well as produce and fresh flowers.
Greg’s Garden has fresh herbs, herbal vinegars and divine cut flower arrangements.
Visit Letitia’s booth with her all natural bath products for all skin types.
The crafts are simply incredible! The Sisters of Stitchery have all handmade knitted “potato chip scarves”, ruffled scarves and necklaces, knitted capes as well as “ribbon capes” that are absolutely beautiful. Other crafts include mosaic tables and mirrors, glass jewelry, unusual eco friendly reusable sandwich bags lined with food safe nylon that can be personalized. J.B. Beads offers handcrafted necklaces made of gemstone and crystal, earrings and bracelets.
Also coming soon from Beth’s Greenhouse there will be evergreens to make winter planter arrangements, and pansies will arrive October 1.
For your shopping convenience, you can use your EBT, debit or credit card, WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program and Seniors vouchers. The market is located inside the Historic Southern Rail and Freight Depot, 129 S. Railroad St., Lexington.
For additional information, contact the Davidson County Cooperative Extension at 336-242-2085.