Starter Plants This Weekend at the Nacogdoches Farmer’s Market

Starter Plants This Weekend at the Nacogdoches Farmer’s Market

NACOGDOCHES- Just in time for spring planting, Virginia McDowell will be selling flower starter plants.
Things to look for: baked goods (breads, cakes, cookies & pies), candles, canned goods (wild-picked jams & jellies including may haw, blackberry, blueberry, muscatine and wild plum as well as jams, marmalades, preserves, chow-chow, pickled vegetables, salsas & relishes), ceramics, artisan Texas cheeses, freshly ground organic corn meal and whole wheat flour, free-range eggs, herbs (basil, coriander, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary & thyme), dried herbs, local raw honey, jewelry, plants (house plants, bedding plants, trees & whips), smoothies, soaps (lye and herbal), ribboncane syrup, tamales, vinegars and fruit wines. LOCAL PRODUCE: arugula, frozen shelled beans (butter, baby Lima & pinto), beets, broccoli, cabbages, carrots, greens (collard, kale, mustard, spinach, Swiss chard & turnip), kohlrabi, mixed lettuce, frozen okra, onions, frozen shelled peas (black eye, brown Crowder & zipper cream), pecans (cracked, shelled & unshelled), new potatoes, squash (acorn, banana, butternut, kushaw, patti pan, piñata, spaghetti & Turk’s turban), radishes, sweet potatoes & turnips.

If you would like to sign up for the weekly Farmers’ Market email update, please send an email to obriens@ci.nacogdoches.tx.us. You are also more than welcome to visit http://www.farmermktnac.blogspot.com. Also be our fan on facebook@NacogdochesFarmersMarket.

The Nacogdoches Farmers’ Market, located at the “hitch lot” at the corner of West Main and Pearl Streets, is open from 8 a.m. until noon or later every Saturday morning. If the market parking lot is full, additional parking is available in the Nacogdoches County Courthouse Annex parking lot. Make plans to join us for our Spring Fling on Saturday, March 24th.Please note that the Farmer’s Market is a “Smoke Free” facility for the health of our customers and vendors.

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