Produce & Products This Week-April 18 – 23

The following is a list of farmers/vendors and the products they expect to bring to markets.  The list is updated throughout the week as information comes in from farmers.



  • Fresh cut Cilantro, Parsley, Oregano, French Tarragon, Thyme, Spearmint, & Lemon Mint from Star Farm – Saturday
  • Strawberries, Broccoli, Broccolini, 3 types of Lettuce, Mesculin mix, & Kale from Mountain Meadows Farm – Friday & Saturday
  • Asparagus, Green Onions & Green Garlic from Terraced Garden Farm – Friday
  • Rhubarb, Lettuce, Spring Onions, Sweet Japanese Turnips, Radishes, & Spinach from Abundant Acres Farm – Tuesday & Friday
  • Asparagus, Popcorn & Wild Onions from Purring Dog Farm – Friday


  • Local Honey from Shirley DeBusk – Saturday



  • Cheddar Chipotle Biscuits, Hand Pies, Cream Cheese Pockets, Several Breads, Cookies & Scones from VG’s Bakery
  • Olive Bread, Wheat Challah, Artisan Breads, Granola,  Scones & Muffins from Hillside Bakery-Friday & Saturday


  • Herb Plants from Erin’s Meadow Herb Farm – Saturday
  • Tomato & Pepper Plants from Wilson Family Farm-Saturday
  • Fresh cut flowers, Bouquets from Betty Longworth
  • Dried Egg Gourds for Easter decorating, Dried Gourds for birdhouses and craft projects from Star Farm – Saturday

Please check with individual farmers/growers regarding organic and pesticide-free products.

See you at the FARM Markets!


3 responses to “Produce & Products This Week-April 18 – 23

  1. Hello,
    I am trying to find the early half runner green beans for eating and freezing. Bought some at Krogers and though they were not the best
    they still tasted good but I’m looking for fresher half runner beans. If I am not mistaken these are by far the earliest green beans.
    I am nearest the Knoxville, Kingston Pike Farmers Markets.
    Any comments or suggestions, please?

    Thank you.

    • Hi Pat! I will push your query out to the farmers for a response. Stay tuned!

    • Donna Johnson - Crosswind Farm

      Hello Pat,
      Most of what you see in the grocery stores have been shipped from warmer climates so they are available to the consumer earlier then from around East Tenn. But to get the full flavor of the bean it should be picked & sold quickly! That’s why those beans you got didn’t have the flavor you wanted.
      White 1/2 runner beans take just as long to grow as any other pole beans. Just a few days difference so I recommend to be patient, for we have to depend on the E.Tenn. weather to cooperate. We are planning on having a Tenn. 1/2 runner bean but as stated before it will be taking some time to get to the market.
      Keep checking with the FARM Market site to see when they start coming in and look for other great varieties of bush beans that I know will be coming a little before the 1/2 runner & other pole beans!
      Hope this helps!

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